Understanding Personal Injury And What It Means For You
Filing a personal injury claim may seem challenging, especially if you’re recovering from a painful experience, but it’s certainly common and, fortunately, an accessible process. With the potential for accidents all around us, personal injury claims can be important protections for people who’ve been involved in accidents or incidents of negligence. Bonner Law knows how personal injury laws specifically apply to people who’ve been injured in Florida, and we can help you with your own personal injury case if you’ve suffered harm.
Common Types Of Cases
There are many forms of personal injury claims, which are typically defined as when a person is harmed in an accident and another person can be held responsible for it. Accidents among motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians are the most common types of cases, but others include workplace accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, or even wrongful death. They range from minor to serious or life-altering, and all are distinctive in how the courts will process them.
The Steps You Should Take If You’ve Been Injured
The first thing you should do if you’ve experienced a personal injury is seek medical care. This is important not only because injuries should have proper medical attention, but because often, insurance companies will deprive you of full coverage for your injuries if you don’t have medical records. Without those documents, the insurance provider can claim that you’re no longer injured, even if you in fact are.
Next, you should consult with an attorney who has knowledge of how your state laws can influence the outcome of your case. You’ll discuss the details of what happened, and he or she can help direct you in what comes next, followed by opening your case and filing court papers.
Why You Should Retain An Attorney For Your Personal Injury Case
There are many loopholes insurance companies look for so they can provide as little compensation as they can get away with. You deserve to have your case fully examined, and only someone who knows the dynamics of a personal injury case, including proving fault, understanding statutes of limitations, and defining your specific personal injury case. Not all are the same, and there are differences among them that can greatly affect the amount of compensation to which you’re entitled.
Call Us Now For A Consultation
Personal injury doesn’t have to be an additional source of stress when you have a lawyer advocating for you. Bonner Law can help. Call us today at 305-676-8800 for a consultation, or let us know you’d like to talk as soon as possible by sending us an email.