Florida Car Accident Claim Process
Filing a car accident lawsuit is something no one wants to do, but unfortunately, it’s sometimes necessary if someone else is to blame for the injuries you sustained.
Although overwhelming—and possibly even intimidating—understanding how the claims process works can empower you into filing your claim and give you the peace of mind you need to feel comfortable moving forward with your Florida car accident claim. Continue reading to learn more about the claims process.
Obtaining Evidence to Support Your Claim
Arguably the most important part of any claim is the establishment of fault. In order for the judge or jury to find the liable party liable, we will need to be able to present evidence that supports their culpability.
That’s why the investigation into the cause of the accident is usually where the claims process begins. From there we’ll gather the evidence we need to support your case, and move on to determining what your claim is worth.
How Much Is Your Lawsuit Worth?
One of the top questions asked by injury victims is, “How much is my claim worth?” Although every case is different, the next step in the claims process is calculating the value of your losses. Your attorney will go over every way your life has been negatively impacted by your injuries, then quantify those intangible losses, so we can determine what your claim is worth.
From there, we begin negotiations with the insurance company and prepare to bring your case to court. It is possible that we may be able to avoid court entirely, but only if the insurer can offer you a settlement that meets your needs.
File Your Florida Car Accident Claim
When you are ready to hold the liable party accountable for their negligence but still aren’t sure where to start, a Florida car accident lawyer at Anderson & Anderson may be able to help. We offer free consultations to car crash survivors across the state.
To take advantage of this opportunity and schedule yours, just give us a call at 813-251-0072 or fill out the brief contact form we have included at the bottom of this page.
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