In Florida there were nearly 400,000 car accidents in 2019, with over 160,000 cases resulting in injury. As the most common form of transportation in the state, these statistics are staggering and when faced with damages, injury, and various other emotional stressors, it is completely common to feel overwhelmed. 

If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be eligible for compensation ranging from medical bills, automobile loss, lost wages, and emotional distress. The following will serve as a guide regarding initial steps to take after your auto accident:

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Car Accident Lawsuits

Car accident lawsuits can take place in several steps. Understanding the steps is important to knowing how to proceed if you have a serious car accident. In this content, we’ll discuss the stages of a car accident.Stages of a car accident lawsuit

After an auto accident you may be wondering what your lawsuit will look like. Your attorney will guide you through the procedures and assist you through the process. While each individual case will vary, the steps of an auto accident lawsuit will generally follow a cycle similar to the steps listed below. 

The stages of a car accident lawsuit are:

Although the steps as mentioned may result in trial, often a fair settlement may be reached along the way. 

Your attorney will make recommendations and provide guidance as to what course of action will be best for your specific personal injury case. This process may take several months, but please be aware that this is normal and that your attorney is working hard to get your case handled. 

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Winning Your Auto Accident Lawsuit 

In the state of Florida, personal injury lawsuits require proof of negligence in order to be successful. The following are the most established forms of negligence which must be proven in order to win your case:

Damages

Suffering damages ranges from property, emotional, physical, and various other capacities. This can be proven in many tangible forms ranging from injury and medically verified means, vehicle damage, and through other miscellaneous expenses incurred.

While emotional damages are certainly justified, damages such as pain and suffering often create firm cases. Verified evidence of physical injury is an example of damage that is difficult to refute and holds up firmly in court.

Duty of Care

Negligence requires the defendant to have violated the duty of care. Carelessness is obvious in cases such as driving under the influence of alcohol, but may appear in other subtle forms as well that will still serve as the breach of care required to prove negligence. Violation of Duty resulting in injury. If the duty of care was violated resulting in injury to the plaintiff, this is a form of negligence that may be proven in order to win your case.

In order to win your lawsuit and receive compensation for damages, pain, and suffering negligence must be proven. This requires a skilled personal injury attorney who will create the best possible scenario for you to win and receive justice. While you heal and recover, Florin|Roebig will handle the details of your case and advocate for you to the highest possible extent with professionalism, expertise, and care.

Have You Been Injured In An Auto Accident?

If you or a loved one have been injured in an automobile accident, it’s important to reach out to a trusted personal injury attorney as soon as possible. The attorneys at the law firm of Florin|Roebig are committed to helping our clients get the compensation they need and deserve following vehicle-related accidents. Our commitment to assisting you is unparalleled. We are dedicated to making sure you receive the financial compensation available to you for any losses you have suffered as a result of an auto accident. Give us a call today for a free consultation.

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