Orlando Car Accident Claim Attorneys

One of the most important things that you can do after a crash in Florida is to file an auto accident claim with your insurance company. In fact, because Florida maintains a no-fault car insurance system, if you fail to file a claim with your own insurance company – or fail to do it in the required amount of time – you may be unable to recover compensation at all.

File Your Claim as Quickly as Possible

It is important that you file your claim with your insurance company as soon as possible. Not only do insurance companies have specific time frames for reporting a claim, but the more notice that you give your insurance company, the more time they will have to investigate your accident. Further, the sooner you report the accident, the sooner the claims process will begin.

Get Medical Treatment and Determine the Value of Your Losses

When you are working with an insurance company, you want to make sure that you receive the settlement offer that you deserve. However, if you have no idea how much your claim is worth, it can be difficult to determine if an insurer’s offer is fair.

You should get medical treatment and understand how much you will owe in medical bills, as well as how your injuries will affect you. Keep a journal of your recovery, and note whether you are able to return to work and do the things you once loved.

Consider Pursuing a Claim Against the Other Driver

It is critical that you do not admit fault when reporting your accident to your insurance company. While Florida is a no-fault state, you may step outside of the no-fault system if your injuries are severe or cause permanent scarring or disfigurement. If you step outside of the no-fault system, then you will need to prove the negligence – or fault – of the other driver in order to recover the compensation that you deserve.

Hire a Car Accident Attorney

Whether you are pursuing a negligence-based claim or not, it is within your best interests to have an attorney on your side when negotiating with an insurance adjuster. An attorney performs many important duties during the car accident claims process, including:

  • Investigating the exact cause of your accident;
  • Hiring accident reconstruction and other experts;
  • Interviewing eyewitnesses;
  • Collecting medical evidence;
  • Determining the value of your claim;
  • Ensuring your claim is filed with the required time limits;
  • Negotiating with an insurance adjuster;
  • Filing a claim against the other driver; and
  • Taking your case to court.

Contact Our Team Today for Claim Representation You Can Count On

The car accident claims process can be confusing. When you are filing a car accident claim, our attorneys can guide you through the process and improve your chances of getting your maximum settlement amount.

To learn more about our Florida car accident lawyers at the law offices of Moses & Rooth, call us today or contact us online for your free consultation.