Car Accident


Very professional and courteous! Sergio always returned my phone calls. He was very patient while answering my questions. My case settled quickly, and I received more than I expected. I would highly recommend this firm.

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Professional and genuine. Committed to his clientele's best interest. Timely and prompt response. Never had to wait for callbacks.

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Top-notch law firm, always available to answer any questions. Very professional! Highly recommended!

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(Translated by Google) Attorney Sergio Vichera was very friendly and always answered my calls no matter what the hours were. He explained everything to me and kept me up to date on my case until the end. I received the maximum compensation. I recommend it to all my friends and family. The best lawyer I have ever had.

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Here’s an alarming fact about Florida drivers – the state ranks among the highest in the nation in motor vehicle accidents. In fact, there is an average of 1,000 accidents every single day in the Sunshine State. Even if you are an exceptionally safe driver, those numbers mean you are still exposed to the negligence of others. If you have been in an accident, you can count on the legal team at Injured Florida Law to bring the expert legal representation you need.

What Causes a Car Accident?

Accidents can happen at any time for a wide range of reasons – from distracted drivers to road work. Here are some of the most common causes for car accidents in Florida:

  • Driving under the influence
  • Fatigue
  • Reckless driving
  • Speeding
  • Defective vehicle or driving a vehicle lacking the appropriate maintenance
  • Poor road conditions
  • Driving during dangerous weather conditions such as heavy rain, fog, wind, or even extreme heat

What Should You Do if You Are in an Accident?

The first step should always be to look out for your health. If you, another driver, or a passenger is injured, ensure that they receive the medical care they need by calling the local police department. Assuming everyone is in good physical condition, you should still call 911 and begin securing as much documentation as possible.

Gather the insurance information and driver’s license of both drivers. Then, take pictures of the scene (not just the accident itself but also any weather conditions that might’ve caused the crash) and get the contact information of everyone involved and any witnesses who might’ve seen the accident. Once the insurance process has begun, keep all the receipts and invoices, copies of pay stubs, or income statements if you must take leave from work.

Do You Need Legal Representation After Being in an Accident?

We are here to help. Our Injured Florida Law legal experts will guide you through the process while protecting your best interest and helping you avoid potentially damaging legal action. Get in touch today to set up your initial consultation.

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