If you suffered injuries in a crash on I-75 in Ocala, you could hold a liable party accountable for their actions. An Ocala interstate I-75 car accident lawyer from our team can investigate your case, gather evidence of negligence, and fight for fair compensation.
The personal injury lawyers from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine represent crash victims in insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits. We provide free case evaluations so that you can learn more. We can assess your options and explain how we helped victims in collisions recover fair compensation.
Several I-75 Junctions Near Ocala, FL, Can Be Dangerous
I-75 plays a major role for many who live and work in and around Ocala. It provides quick access to many parts of the city for commuters, those running errands, and vacationers. It also sees heavy commercial traffic, with trucks moving freight to numerous stops between the interstate’s start near Hialeah and Miami Lakes to its end at Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Areas along I-75 near Ocala that cause problems for drivers and lead to an increased number of collisions include SR 200—which leads to Silver Springs, Hernando, Dunnellon, and to AdventHealth Ocala, and HCA Florida Ocala Hospital. Other potentially problematic junctions include SR 40, US 27, and SR 326.
While no statistics are available for this section of I-75 alone, the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) reports there were 7,044 collisions reported to law enforcement agencies in Marion County in 2002. These collisions caused:
- 6,271 injuries
- 109 deaths
Some of these crashes likely occurred on entrance or exit ramps, on I-75, or in access lanes for the interstate. Because of the high speeds on these roads, many of the injuries are serious. In Florida, those with serious injuries have additional options for pursuing compensation after a crash. Our Ocala car accident lawyers can assess your case and explain your next steps during a free consultation.
The Law Offices Of Anidjar & Levine Provides Responsive Legal Care
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, our attorneys put clients first. We understand how stressful it is to try to navigate the claims process while undergoing treatment and trying to heal. We want you to worry about getting better. Let us take care of everything else.
We manage liability claims and lawsuits for seriously injured clients while they focus on healing. We even help get their cars fixed, schedule their appointments, and take on other tasks as necessary. At the same time, they each receive their attorney’s phone number and can call with questions anytime. We also provide frequent case updates. Our clients often compliment us on “going the extra mile,” and we are proud of it.
Our attorneys work based on contingency fees. We receive a portion of the compensation we recover in these cases. We do not get paid unless our client does. There are no upfront fees, hourly rates, or retainer to worry about.
Damages Recoverable In An Ocala Car Accident Liability Claim Or Lawsuit
There are generally two ways to recover compensation after a car accident in Florida. First, you can file an insurance claim. An insurer may try to undervalue or deny your claim for a variety of reasons, though. The damages you can seek through an insurance claim are also limited, and your accident-related losses may exceed the liable party’s coverage limits.
When injuries are more serious or require extended treatment and healing, a third-party liability case against the at-fault driver may be possible.
Either way, these are processes our Ocala Interstate 1-75 car accident attorneys can handle for you while you rest and recover. We can tackle the paperwork and make sure you seek fair compensation. The damages recoverable in an auto liability claim or personal injury lawsuit could include:
- Medical bills to date
- Future medical treatment and care costs
- Related expenses, such as traveling to see a specialist
- Lost income for the time you could not work
- Reduced earning ability if you have lasting injuries
- Car repair, replacement, or other property damage costs
- Pain and suffering losses
Wrongful Death In Ocala Interstate 75 Collision Cases
When a crash victim does not survive their injuries, their personal representative can file a claim or lawsuit to recover compensation for the family. Our attorneys represent families in these cases, seeking damages to help them grieve without worrying about their financial losses.
How We Build A Case Against The Driver That Caused Your Ocala I-75 Crash
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we know how to show what happened, who is liable, and how much our client lost because of an interstate collision. An investigation into the crash is generally the starting point and allows us to gather evidence to support our insurance claim or lawsuit.
Next, we have options that include filing a claim using the liable party’s auto liability insurance policy and negotiating with the insurer, suing them, or pursuing both options simultaneously. Most cases settle outside of court, but our trial attorneys will take a case before a jury and ask them to award fair compensation when necessary.
Florida Statutes § 95.11 generally gives you two years to sue for personal injury or wrongful death. Exceptions exist, though. We encourage you to reach out to our team as soon as possible.
Discuss Your Ocala Car Accident Case With Our Team Today
You can speak with a team member from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine about your Ocala crash today for free. We will assess your options and talk about your next steps. Our attorneys understand how difficult this process is, especially when you have serious injuries. If you were hurt, we can help.
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