Orlando Food Delivery Car Accident Lawyer Food delivery drivers may have to deliver their food quickly, leading them to drive unsafely.

If you were hurt in an accident involving a food delivery car, the driver or their employer might be financially liable for your damages. You may be able to receive compensation that covers your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other losses.

The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine’s car accident lawyers can help you with an insurance claim or lawsuit. We have assisted victims in Orlando and throughout Florida with a variety of car accident cases.

For a free legal consultation with a food delivery car accidents lawyer serving Orlando, call (800) 747-3733

We Will Help You Fight for the Highest Amount of Compensation Possible

If a food delivery car driver caused your car accident, you have the right to pursue your crash-related expenses in an insurance claim or lawsuit. Our Orlando-area attorneys can fight for compensation for your full range of damages. This may include awards for:

  • Emergency medical treatment
  • Surgeries
  • Follow up procedures
  • Doctor visits
  • Hospitalizations
  • Physical therapy and cognitive rehabilitation
  • Lost wages and future lost earnings
  • Permanent injuries and disabilities
  • Loss of mobility or paralysis
  • Loss of a limb, body part, or bodily function
  • Depression, anxiety, and mental anguish

Wrongful Death Damages

If your loved one died because of their accident injuries, you might be able to win awards for their final medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and the loss of their services in a wrongful death case. If you lost your parent, spouse, or child, you could win compensation for your pain and suffering. You may also be entitled to awards for the loss of their support, companionship, and guidance.

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We Can Help You Seek Awards from the Liable Party

Restaurants that offer food delivery should have liability insurance to pay for damages caused by their drivers. App-based food delivery services, like Uber Eats and DoorDash, require drivers who work for their services to have up-to-date personal auto insurance policies. These services also provide drivers with additional coverage while actively making deliveries.

If an Orlando area food delivery driver caused your accident, we can help you file an insurance claim with the applicable insurance policy or policies. Our team will:

  • Obtain documents and records relevant to your case
  • Prove that you have suffered out-of-pocket losses
  • Calculate fair compensation for your pain and suffering
  • Negotiate for the best possible outcome for your claim
  • Handle phone calls, emails, and other communications with the insurance companies
  • Provide you with regular updates on the status of your claim

What Can You Do to Help With Your Case?

You can assist with your case by keeping copies of out-of-pocket expenses related to your accident, such as medical bills and vehicle repair bills. When talking with the insurance company, you may not want to:

  • Admit guilt
  • Go into detail about the accident
  • Provide details about your injuries
  • Give the insurer personal information beyond the basics, such as your name, address, and phone number

Note that we can handle these communications for you once we start working together.

Taking Your Case to Court

While we will do everything we can to avoid litigation, we will not let insurance companies push you around. If we cannot secure adequate awards outside of court, we can file a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit on your behalf.

The statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits is four years in Florida, according to Florida Statutes §95.11(3)(a). For wrongful death cases, you have two years to file your lawsuit under Florida Statute § 95.11(4)(d).

If these time limits expire before you take legal action, you may lose your right to sue.

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We Will Work to Prove that Your Accident Was Not Your Fault

To win your case, you may need to prove that the food delivery driver did not act with a reasonable duty of care. This is known as negligence. Negligent driving includes actions like speeding, drinking and driving, and disobeying traffic laws.

We will build a case for negligence using a variety of available evidence, which may include:

  • The delivery driver’s driving record
  • Sobriety tests
  • Red light camera footage
  • Surveillance video
  • Cell phone video
  • Crash site information
  • Photographs
  • Medical records
  • Eyewitness and expert testimony

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The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Can Protect Your Rights and Give You Peace of Mind

After an accident, the most important thing is taking care of your health. Once you have seen to your injuries, reach out to our team for help. We can handle every aspect of your case so that you can spend your time and energy on your recovery.

Seeking awards does not have to be stressful or complicated. Our clients give our firm five-star ratings for our professionalism, attentiveness, and responsiveness. Your case is important to us because we know how important it is to you.

Call Us Today for a Free Case Evaluation

A member of our team is ready to discuss your case with you today for free. We can answer your questions about working with our Orlando food delivery car accident lawyers and provide you with guidance on your next steps. We work on a contingency-fee-basis. If you choose our firm to represent you, we will not collect attorney’s fees unless we win your case.

Let us take the legal burden off of your shoulders. You worry about getting better. We take care of everything else. Give us a call at (407) 500-4000 to get started on your case today.