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Calling certain collisions an “accident” is somewhat misleading. Typically, an at-fault party, by and through acts of negligence, causes them, and as a result, inflicts upon victims severe injuries, medical bills, and time missed at work. If you or a family member are not getting the compensation you deserve, our Seminole car accident lawyers will offer legal advice.

The Sarasota personal injury attorneys of Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner are dedicated to obtaining fair outcomes on behalf of the negligently injured. Insurers do not always have the full picture of your accident. Find out more about your legal options during a Free Consultation at (727) 321-HELP.

Did Negligence Cause Your Car Accident in Seminole?

Every Florida driver’s license holder owes other drivers a general duty of care. This duty of care, in simple terms, means that everyone agrees to follow the rules and operate their vehicles safely. Our Seminole car accident lawyers know that people breach this responsibility, cause accidents, and injure innocent people, giving rise to a claim founded on the element of negligence.

Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner has discovered acts of negligence on behalf of clients, including:

  • Distracted driving
  • Intoxicated driving
  • Aggressive driving
  • Illegal operation
  • Defective vehicles
  • Poor vehicle maintenance
  • Road hazards
  • Other signs of negligence

These are only a few of the hundreds of possible causes of car accidents in Florida that could indicate that another’s carelessness or recklessness played a role. Our Seminole car accident attorneys will investigate your case, preserving physical evidence that speaks to the facts. Based on our discussions with you, we will act according to your wishes and Florida civil laws.

Car Accident Injury Compensation Available in Florida

Car accident injury victims suffer several losses, including medical bills, lost wages, and other out-of-pocket costs. Rising healthcare costs do not help the matter, either. However, our Seminole car accident lawyers typically step in when clients face traumatic injuries, loss of life, or when insurers are not offering fair settlements.

After an investigation of the facts, Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner may be able to negotiate the following civil awards on your behalf:

  • Past and current accident-related medical bills
  • Future anticipated healthcare costs
  • Current lost wages and benefits for medical appointments
  • Anticipated future lost earnings capacity
  • Travel reimbursement for attending medical appointments
  • Out-of-pocket prescription drug costs
  • Physical pain and suffering from traumatic injuries
  • Punitive damages for grossly negligent at-fault parties
  • Personal property damage for vehicles and valuables
  • Other civil awards recoverable under FL law

Certain factors can significantly reduce the value of a car accident injury settlement. Florida’s negligence rules stipulate that you cannot receive more compensation than equal to the degree of your insured’s level of fault. As such, insurers may try to negotiate in this area to legally reduce liability; get legal advice from our Seminole car accident lawyers if this happens to you.

Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner Offers Free Consultations

Are you trying to understand your legal rights and options after a car accident? If so, our Seminole car accident injury lawyers understand how frustrating it can be to get a fair outcome while dealing with injuries, missed time at work, and stress.

Let us help by getting you answers and offering legal options during a Free Consultation at (727) 321-HELP or online. If you decide you want to use our services, we will not demand any form of advance attorneys’ fees.

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