Unsuspecting victims are seriously injured and fatally injured every day on Florida’s streets, state roads, highways and interstates. Motor vehicles can cause devastating damage not only to other vehicles but to all of the vehicle occupants, including innocent passengers. High rates of speed and large vehicles (SUVs, vans and trucks) in combination with inattentive, distracted drivers are a formula for catastrophic crashes resulting in life-altering and life-ending injuries. Florida Ticket Firm represents those seriously injured–and the families of those fatally injured–in motor vehicle accidents, car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents.
Florida Ticket Firm acts in consultation with Florida personal injury lawyers who focus on serious personal injury and wrongful death cases. Florida Ticket Firm knows Florida traffic laws and uses that extensive background and knowledge to work with our experienced Florida personal injury attorneys and wrongful death attorneys to maximize our mutual clients’ monetary recovery.
Florida traffic laws come into play many times in determining who was at-fault in motor vehicle accidents. The driver at fault for most Florida car accidents, Florida trucking accidents and Florida motorcycle accidents has usually violated some Florida traffic law, by driving carelessly, following too closely, failing to yield the right-of-way, improperly changing lanes, speeding, running a red light, running a stop sign, failing to obey a traffic signal, driving under the influence (DUI), texting and driving, or failing to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
Florida Ticket Firm and our consulting Florida personal injury attorneys work closely with accident reconstruction experts–utilizing all of the available information and data gathered at the scene of the accident together with eyewitness statements and testimony–to establish that the at-fault driver violated one of these Florida traffic laws and is completely responsible and liable for your injuries and damages. Even if you might have been partially at fault for the accident in some way, you might still be able to recover some portion of your damages from other partially responsible parties.
Florida is a comparative negligence state which means that, under Florida law, fault is apportioned to the various parties responsible for a motor vehicle accident.
In this same regard, many injured victims do not know that even if they were issued a Florida Uniform Traffic Citation (a Florida traffic ticket) related to an accident, they might still have the right to recover damages for their injuries from others involved in the accident or from other responsible parties. Florida is a comparative negligence state which means that, under Florida law, fault is apportioned to the various parties responsible for a motor vehicle accident. Even if you were partially at fault in an automobile accident, trucking accident or motorcycle accident, and even if you received a Florida traffic ticket (a Florida Uniform Traffic Citation), you still may be able to recover damages from other parties who share some of the blame for the traffic accident.
When you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, not only do you have to deal with the pain and suffering of your injuries, you have to deal with the financial strain of medical bills piling up and lost time at work. Florida Ticket Firm’s experienced personal injury lawyers understand the pain, suffering and hardships that personal injury victims suffer.
If you have been seriously injured, or a family member has been fatally injured, as a result of a car crash, truck crash or motorcycle crash, our personal injury attorneys and wrongful death attorneys in Florida would be pleased to sit down with you for a FREE CONSULTATION regarding your personal injury case or wrongful death case. Even if you have received a traffic ticket as a result of an accident in which you were injured and you believe there were other parties partially at fault for the accident, call Florida Ticket Firm.
The combination of bigger, stronger, faster motor vehicles being driven by a dense, growing population, ever-more distracted by fast-paced, technology driven lives is a formula for more severe and more frequent catastrophic personal injuries. Florida streets, roads, highways and interstates are being filled with tired Florida drivers, their cell phones, smart phones and their overburdened schedules. Likewise, commercial trucks, big rigs, semi-trucks and semi-trailers carrying heavy loads attempt to share Florida’s highways and interstates with personal motor vehicles. Despite the ever-increasing size of some private cars, a private passenger vehicle stands no chance when involved in a crash with a commercial tractor trailer truck—fully-loaded or not. Likewise, vulnerable motorcyclists and bicyclists are frequently struck by much larger, heavier vehicles driven by negligent drivers who are simply not paying attention and who are not looking out for these smaller vehicles. Lives are changed in the blink of an eye by a motor vehicle accident, motorcycle accident or commercial trucking accident. Sadly, lives are also unexpectedly ended far too soon by high-speed Florida car crashes, trucking crashes, motorcycle crashes, bicycle crashes and pedestrian accidents.
Florida Ticket Firm and its experienced personal injury lawyers represent those severely injured in motor vehicle accidents throughout the entire State of Florida as well as the families of those who have untimely lost their lives in a car crash, trucking accident, motorcycle accident, bicycle accident or pedestrian accident. In addition to dealing with the personal injuries themselves—the constant pain and discomfort and many times the life-altering personal disability—the stress and burden of dealing with insurance companies and medical bills can be overwhelming.
You just want to get better. You have doctor appointments with specialists and consulting physicians. You have physical therapy and physical rehabilitation that your treating physicians have prescribed for you. All of that medical treatment can be extremely expensive and most people do not have the personal financial resources to pay for that necessary medical treatment while they seek recovery for their personal injuries. As a result, those suffering personal injuries from motor vehicle accidents are often bombarded with medical bills and collection notices and calls from debt collectors. That can be incredibly stressful, particularly if you are out of work as a result of your painful personal injuries and do not currently have any income. Florida Ticket Firm and the experienced Florida personal injury lawyers and Florida personal injury law firms that Florida Ticket Firm works with understand all of the adversity you are dealing with when you have suffered personal injuries and personal disability due to a motor vehicle accident.
Florida Ticket Firm and its experienced Florida personal injury attorneys know how to work with medical providers while helping you recover for your personal injuries. Our personal injury lawyers know how insurance companies work and the most effective ways to seek to maximize your personal injury recovery. Not only does Florida Ticket Firm know personal injury law, Florida Ticket Firm knows traffic law which can be invaluable in establishing fault of the parties responsible for your personal injuries. In that same regard, even if you were partially at fault for the accident that caused your personal injuries and you were issued a Florida traffic ticket (Florida Uniform Traffic Citation), you might still be able to recover for your personal injuries if anyone else was partially at fault for the accident.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a Florida car crash, semi-truck crash, motorcycle accident, bicycle accident or pedestrian accident resulting in severe personal injuries or wrongful death, call Florida Ticket Firm NOW.
We and our Florida personal injury lawyers work on personal injury and wrongful death matters on a contingent fee basis and advance all costs associated with your personal injury or wrongful death case on your behalf. If there is no recovery, you owe nothing. You have nothing to lose by calling us toll-free at 844.FLA.FIRM for a FREE CONSULTATION. Call Florida Ticket Firm TODAY. Florida Ticket Firm can help.