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Getting Compensated for Auto Accidents

Have you been injured in an automobile accident? Are you worried about who will pay your medical bills and lost wages? Has a reckless or negligent driver turned your world upside down? If so, you may be able to receive compensation for your losses and damages from the at-fault driver but you must act now to protect your rights.

The insurance company for the other driver will do everything it can to reduce the amount of compensation it pays to settle Florida auto accidents. It has a team of attorneys and adjusters working on its behalf — you deserve a team of legal professionals working for you to level the playing field. The Florida law firm of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey& Fronrath has the skill, resources, and experience you need to receive compensation for your auto accident.

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What Types of Compensation Can I Receive for Auto Accidents?

When you are injured in an automobile accident, you suffer physical, emotional, and financial damages. Florida’s personal injury laws provide a way for you to receive compensation for those damages. The law cannot undo what has happened to you; however, it can require the at-fault driver to compensate you by paying money for your damages. The insurance company for the other driver typically pays the amount for the driver.

As experienced Florida auto accidents attorneys, we understand how to maximize your compensation so you receive a fair settlement for your injuries. Our Florida personal injury law firm accepts cases anywhere in Florida and throughout the United States.

Regardless of the severity of your injuries, it is always in your best interest to consult an attorney prior to settling your auto accident claim. It does not cost you anything to get sound legal advice; therefore, do not let the insurance company push you into a quick settlement. Before you sign any documents or provide a statement, contact our office for a free consultation.

In most auto accidents, you are entitled to receive compensation for damages including but not limited to:

  • Past, present, and future lost income
  • Past, present, and future medical expenses
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Property damage
  • Physical pain
  • Mental anguish, emotional suffering, anxiety, and stress
  • Permanent disability
  • Disfigurement and scarring
  • Other out-of-pocket expenses related to the accident and/or your injuries


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