Auto Accidents, Slip and Fall, Medical Malpractice
When you are in an accident it shouldn’t cost you anything, especially if you were not the at fault party!
Your deductible should not come out of your pocket and you should not have to pay for a rental car while your vehicle is in the shop being repaired. We make sure that the at fault insurance company takes care of this for you.
Let us remove the frustration out of filing the claim for both sides of the accident. You may be on the phone for hours setting up these claims and anything you say may be used against you in determining who is at fault. When we speak to the adjusters on your behalf, and let them know the facts of the accident as we know it to speed the process along quickly. We can also, in most cases, have any monies due to you, if you have any lost wages. Your insurance company pays up to 60%.
We can quickly get your vehicle into a repair shop and away from a storage yard so you will not have to deal with the daily cost of storing your vehicle. We deal with numerous accredited body shops that guarantee their work and will have the insurance field adjuster make arrangements to inspect your vehicle at the body shop so that the repairs can begin quickly. We always go through the “at fault” party’s insurance so you will not have to pay any out of pocket expenses such as your deductible. In most cases, we can get you into a rental vehicle the day your vehicle goes in for repair. We can have the rental agency come pick you up right from the body shop. When your vehicle is done with the repair you will just return the rental back to your body shop and pick up your vehicle. Again, we will go through the other parties insurance so you do not have to pay any out of pocket expenses for your rental.
We have numerous qualified physicians that will know what to do to assist you medically when you have been in an accident. We can help you get to a physician that is either close to your work or home-whichever is more convenient. You should be checked out by a qualified physician for at least one or two visits to preserve your coverage under the Florida PIP Laws. You have 14 days to seek medical attention in which your PIP (Personal Injury Protection) will cover your visits. Sometimes the pain from a motor vehicle accident doesn’t show for a few days-so pay close attention and let your physician know of anything that concerns you. If you are not injured after the physician checks you thoroughly for any and all injuries, then you and your medical provider will decide if further visits are necessary.
In some instances, it is necessary to retain a personal injury attorney. We work with several respectable and accredited law firms that specialize in personal injury claims.