No matter how serious your injuries following a Florida car accident, you could benefit from discussing your case with a car accident attorney familiar with the state’s unique and complex car accident laws. When you have an attorney on your side, it ensures your rights remain protected, and you can pursue the maximum compensation allowed by law.
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we encourage all South Florida car accident victims to reach out to a member of our team. We provide the responsive legal care you deserve, handling your case and going after a payout to cover your accident-related damages. You worry about getting better. We take care of everything else.
Even Minor Injury Accident Cases Could Benefit From Having an Attorney Review the Facts of Your Case
Having someone look at your case before you agree to any payout with an insurance company—even your own personal injury protection (PIP) provider—could be worth hiring a car accident lawyer. At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, our Florida car accident attorneys will handle your no-fault insurance claim to recover damages up to the maximum limits of your policy. These include:
- A portion of your medical care costs; and
- A portion of your lost wages.
By letting our team take on the insurance claims process, you can reduce the stress you are under and focus all your attention on getting your life back to normal more quickly.
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The State’s Car Accident Laws Are Complex
In addition to helping you navigate PIP insurance claims, we can offer legal representation when you want it most: after suffering serious injuries in an accident caused by another motorist. When an attorney from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine reviews your case, they will discuss the accident and your injuries with you.
If we believe you may meet the state’s serious injury threshold under FL § 627.737, we will request copies of your relevant medical records. You will likely meet this threshold if you sustained:
- A significant impairment affecting an important body part;
- Permanent injuries;
- Significant scarring or disfigurement; or
- Meet other qualifications outlined in the state’s no-fault law.
If we can use your medical records to show you meet this threshold, we will be able to file an insurance claim based on the at-fault driver’s liability auto insurance coverage. This means you can hold them liable for their actions under FL § 627.7407 and possibly recover a much larger payout than would be available through your PIP policy. This may include pain and suffering damages, as well.
It may seem impossible to adjust to a new normal after an accident, and the medical bills and other expenses coming in make it even harder. Our attorneys can help relieve the financial stress so you can focus on what is most important.
An Attorney From the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Will Fight for All the Damages You Deserve
In many cases, an attorney is able to collect evidence to prove more losses and damages than an accident victim trying to calculate their damages on their own. We handle cases like yours every day, so we see the most common types of damages that occur in Florida car accidents. Many people who file their own insurance claims will leave thousands of dollars unclaimed because they overlook recoverable expenses or losses in their case.
We will identify and document as many of your accident-related expenses and losses as possible, giving us a strong case to recover a larger payout through a liability insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit. We will go the extra mile to ensure you get the responsive legal care you deserve.
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Talk to a Car Accident Attorney About Your Case Today
You can talk to a car accident lawyer from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine for free today. We encourage you to think about whether your case is worth hiring a car accident lawyer. Dial 1-800-747-3733 to get started today with your free case review and consultation.
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