Do I Have to Go to Court for a Car Accident in Florida?
In the aftermath of a serious Florida car crash, there are probably a million questions running through your mind, and you may not be prepared for the full impact of the collision or the affect it will have on your life.
But when you’ve been injured and someone else is to blame, there are legal options at your disposal, including bringing your case to court. Below, we explain the ways in which we can avoid having to go to court in Florida as well as some reasons why going to court may not be a bad idea.
Heading to court is oftentimes the last thing someone who has been involved in an auto wreck wants to do. Fortunately, this process could be avoided if the insurance company is willing to provide you with a settlement that adequately meets your needs. However, in many cases, this is not an entirely feasible option, especially if the insurer is attempting to make you appear more culpable than you are.
Reasons to Bring Your Accident Case before a Judge
Filing a claim in civil court may be the best option for you if we are unable to get the insurance company to settle your claim fairly or if, after reaching a settlement offer, this offer isn’t enough to cover the maximum costs of your losses.
Despite the fact that pursuing a civil claim may feel intimidating, if it is the best course of action for your case, your attorney will be by your side every step of the way, fighting for the compensation that could be rightfully yours.
Speak with a Florida Car Accident Lawyer
If you have additional questions about dealing with the insurance company or pursuing legal action against the person or persons who are to blame for the cause of your injuries, contact a highly trained Florida car accident lawyer at Anderson & Anderson.
You can schedule your free, no-obligation consultation by giving us a call at 813-251-0072 or submitting the online contact form provided at the bottom of this page.
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