Texting while driving and other forms of cell phone usage can have severe consequences, including accidents in which drivers, passengers, and even innocent bystanders suffer bodily injuries. When drivers engage in texting while driving and other similar distracted driving behaviors, they may be civilly liable for the costs of injuries that result from accidents they cause.
If you or a loved one suffers injuries in a texting while driving accident, you may have a legal case against the driver of the vehicle who caused the crash. You also may have legal recourse against other parties responsible for the crash. An Orlando lawyer from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine can explain your rights and options after your texting while driving accident.
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How We Can Help You with Your Texting While Driving Accident Case
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine can help you when you have a legal claim against one or more parties for causing a car accident in which you were injured. Car accident cases can be complicated and time-consuming. While you focus on getting medical treatment and recovering from your injuries, we can handle the details of your case.
Filing an insurance claim is often an initial step in the process of getting compensation for your injuries. We can talk to the insurance company for you and give them the necessary evidence to support your claim.
During the legal process, you are likely to have many questions about your case. These questions might include who is responsible for your accident, how much compensation you may receive, and what will happen at each step of the process. We are here to answer all your questions and give you frequent updates about your case. Our goal is to keep you fully informed and knowledgeable about your case at all stages of the proceedings.
Testimony from a Satisfied Client
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we are proud of our past victories and our client testimonials.
As one former client, Erica C., put it: “I hired Anidjar & Levine for a car accident case, in the course of the case Anidjar & Levine protected my character, my future… [and] went far and beyond what initially [they] were hired for.”
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How We Can Help You Fight for Compensation
After submitting your insurance claim, a texting while driving accident lawyer in Orlando from our firm negotiate with the insurance company for a settlement offer.
Although we are able to resolve many cases during settlement negotiations, this process is not always successful. Some insurance companies may try to pay out as little money on claims as possible. If the insurance company denies your claim or makes you an unfair settlement offer, we can take your case to trial instead.
The Damages You May Be Able to Recover
Depending on the nature of your accident and your injuries, compensation for the following types of damages may be available in your case:
- All current and future accident-related medical expenses
- Lost wages or reduced earning capacity
- Car repair or replacement and other forms of property damage
- Other out-of-pocket expenses
- Mental anguish
- Other non-economic damages
We can help you identify your damages when we represent you.
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How You Can Afford to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine takes car accident cases on a contingency basis. You will pay nothing upfront for us to get started on your case, and you pay us nothing unless we recover compensation for you from the parties responsible for causing your accident.We also offer a free consultation for all prospective clients. This is a no-obligation opportunity for you to get answers to your questions, learn about the legal process, and get a clear evaluation of your case.
Liable Parties in Texting While Driving Accident Claims
In most cases, the texting driver who caused your accident may be liable or financially responsible for the costs of your injuries. However, other parties may be liable for these accidents as well.
For instance, if the texting driver was a minor or young adult driving a car belonging to a parent, the parents could be liable for their actions. If the drivers were working for employers at the time of the accidents, then their employers may be liable for their actions.
A lawyer from our firm can help you identify all of the potentially liable parties in your case.
You Only Have a Limited Time to Take Action on Your Case
Every state has a law that sets a time limit on the ability of a person to file a lawsuit.
Under Florida Statutes §95.11(3)(a), injury victims have only four years from the dates of their accidents to file their personal injury lawsuits.
While this might seem like a long time, you may have greater access to the evidence supporting your claim if you act quickly. Taking this step can also help ensure that you do not miss any legal deadlines in your case.
Take the First Step to Get Legal Advice About Your Case
You may be unsure about your legal rights and options after suffered injuries in a texting while driving accident. An Orlando personal injury lawyer from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine can help you in this situation.
Call us today at (407) 500-4000 for a free, no-obligation consultation with a member of our team. The sooner you call, the sooner we can start fighting for compensation on your behalf.