Because of its proximity to Miami International Airport, driving in and around Miami Springs is nothing short of a nightmare. The six-lane highways, pedestrians, and sudden stops all make for an unpleasant driving experience. Yet, truck drivers, like everyone else, must do everything possible to avoid collisions on the road.
If you were hurt in a truck-on-car collision, our Miami Springs personal injury lawyers want to advocate for you. This advocacy includes handling everything your case entails, from evidence-gathering to filing a lawsuit. Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine to get started. We offer free initial consultations.
Services We Provide For Our Miami Springs Truck Accident Clients
We take pride in the “white glove” treatment we give our clients. When we handle your truck crash claim, all you have to worry about is getting better because we take care of everything else. We can help schedule your appointments and even help arrange your car’s repairs. You can browse our client testimonials to see how delighted our clients are with our services.
While you focus on getting the rest you need to recuperate, we:
- Investigate your Miami Springs truck collision to identify the potential defendants
- Collect the evidence needed to build your case
- Negotiate directly with the insurance company and try to reach a fair settlement
- Protect you from the questionable tactics of aggressive claims adjusters
- If appropriate, file a lawsuit and take your case to trial
If you try to handle your own truck accident case without a lawyer, you would have to do all this work by yourself, without being able to devote yourself to recuperating from your injuries. Don’t burden yourself with unnecessary stress. Instead, entrust your case to our personal injury attorneys serving Miami-Dade.
You Pay Nothing To Partner With Our Injury Law Firm
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we use a contingency-fee arrangement on tractor-trailer collisions that happen in the Miami Springs area. You will not have to pay us any upfront legal fees. You only pay attorney’s fees if you win. In that instance, we get paid a percentage of the settlement or court award, never requesting a dime from your personal savings.
Our Law Firm Seeks Fair Compensation For Your Commercial Truck Accident
The amount of financial compensation you can pursue will depend on your situation, including the severity of your condition. Financial recovery in your case may include:
- Medical expenses. Compensable healthcare costs may include surgeries, medications, hospitalization, and other treatment-related costs.
- Lost wages. Depending on the specifics of your job, you could secure damages for lost tips, bonuses, benefits, and wages. We can also seek compensation for loss of earning capacity, if your injuries prevent you from earning your pre-accident income.
- Out-of-pocket expenses. We can recoup the cost of anything you spent on property damage expenses, childcare fees, and other injury-related damages.
- Non-economic damages. This category is for the physical discomfort and emotional distress you endured from the accident and your injuries. Examples of these losses include pain and suffering, mental anguish, and emotional distress.
Our Miami Springs Wrongful Death Lawyers Advocate For Grieving Families
If your close relative did not survive their injuries from a Miami Springs truck crash, we offer our legal services when building a wrongful death claim or lawsuit. We can build a comprehensive claim that seeks monetary damages for:
- Final medical bills
- Funeral and burial or cremation expenses
- Loss of income the deceased relative provided for the household
- Loss of services the decedent provided to the family
- Loss of guidance and companionship
During your free initial consultation, we can explain what losses we can pursue on your behalf. Call now. There’s no obligation to partner with us, just a chance to explore your options.
Four Pitfalls That Our Miami Springs Truck Accident Lawyers Can Help You Avoid
You might be surprised to learn that things that happen long after the collision can decrease the amount of compensation you could recover from the negligent party. Even a small mistake could rob you of the chance to hold the at-fault party financially accountable for the harm they caused.
Here are some of the many hazards you could avoid by working with an attorney on your case:
Dealing With A High-Pressure Claims Adjuster
The claims adjuster works for the insurance company, not for you. Their job is not to make a fair offer to settle your claim. Their job is to deny your claim or settle it for as little money as possible.
Some adjusters offer a pittance while making the injured person think that they have a weak case for compensation. We take care of all insurance-related matters, protecting you from any tactics.
Settling Your Claim Too Early
Your claim should include all of your economic losses, like medical bills and lost wages, as well as non-economic losses, like pain and suffering. If you settle too early, your claim will not include some of those damages.
You cannot go back later and ask for more money from the at-fault party after you settle your injury claim, even if you need more medical treatment. Settling too early can mean that you miss out on the financial recovery that you deserve.
Getting Talked Out Of Having A Miami Springs Truck Accident Attorney
Insurance companies are armed to the teeth with lawyers. Yet, the claims adjuster may insist that you don’t need one. That way, the insurance company has all the power when it comes to settling your case. You have rights as an injured truck accident claimant, and that involves the power to work with a lawyer. We take on your fight like it was our own.
Getting Your Case Dismissed Because Of Procedural Rules
People who try to handle their own claims without Miami Springs truck collision lawyers still have to follow all of the procedural rules that apply. The law does not have a different, easier set of rules for people who do not have attorneys. One of the most critical procedural rules is the statute of limitations.
The statute of limitations sets a deadline for filing a lawsuit. The deadline in Florida is two years for personal injury and wrongful death cases, according to Florida Statutes § 95.11. After the filing deadline passes, you lose the right to seek compensation from the at-fault party through a settlement or a lawsuit.
We can break ground on your case immediately, complying with all case-related deadlines and obligations.
Get Started On Your Case With A Miami Springs Truck Crash Attorney
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine goes the extra mile for people who get seriously injured or lose loved ones because of the careless behavior of others. Contact us today for a free consultation. We can break ground on your personal injury claim now.
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