When you experience a car accident, your life can change dramatically. Florida law allow victims of car accidents to recover compensation for their damages, but its “no-fault” laws set restrictions on who is eligible to file a claim. If you or a loved one suffered injuries in a car accident, contact us to ensure that you can protect your rights and focus on recovery.
At The Mitra Firm, we have extensive experience in car accident cases, helping our client pursue compensation for their losses. We understand that the period after a car crash can be incredibly stressful and strive to give your case the compassion and skill it deserves. When you work with our law firm, you’ll have:
- An attorney who carries a small caseload so that we can give your case our personal attention from start to finish.
- The support of a law firm who has proven results with cases that have historically been difficult to litigate.
- A free initial consultation to discuss all legal options for your case – including making house calls and hospital visits if necessary.
We pride ourselves on giving every case our utmost attention. Our goal is to allow our clients to focus on making a full medical recovery while we handle the legal recovery. If you’re ready to start your car accident claim and begin the road to getting your life back on track, contact us today.
What to Do After a Car Accident
Being involved in a sudden collision is something most of us don’t want to consider happening. When these accidents occur, they can be highly stressful – especially when you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries. While it’s difficult, try your best to remain calm and take these actions:
- Seek immediate medical help for any injuries and inform the police of the collision.
- Collect the other driver’s name, contact details, and insurance information.
- Take photos or video of the scene, the damages to your car, and any injuries, if possible.
- Collect contact information of any witnesses.
- Inform your insurance company of the incident.
- Do not talk with the other party’s insurance adjuster or give any statements.
- Consult an attorney.
Following these steps can help you gather critical evidence to support your legal claim, if possible. However, the police will conduct their own investigation that will provide evidence for your case. Nevertheless, you should not rely on the police to take the photos and witness information needed for your case.