No matter how severe the injury from your car, motorcycle, or automobile accident, we can help you pursue the compensation to which you are entitled.
We have the experience, legal knowledge, investigative skills, and determination necessary to help you get to the bottom of your legal situation after your car accident.
If you are unsure about your rights or pursuing a lawsuit, we can give you an accurate assessment of your case in a free initial consultation. If you do decide to go forward, we can begin to build your case right away.
The other side has skilled attorneys on their side. You should, too.
I have Full Coverage. Am I covered?
Full coverage auto insurance, while it can mean a variety of things, does not automatically imply that bodily injury is covered. You will need to obtain your policy information from your insurance company for clarification on your insurance coverage.Please do not hesitate to contact our office for a free consultation. Individuals injured in auto accidents in Florida, typically have $10,000 in PIP (Personal Injury Protection) to cover medical bills. It is important that you speak with a qualified attorney after your car accident, to ensure you are approaching medical treatment in a way that maximizes the available benefits.
What is MMI and Permanent Impairment Rating
At the conclusion of your treatment with a doctor, your lawyer will request a final narrative of your condition. Once a physician has decided you are at Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), some doctor’s assign, and insurance company’s request, a permanent impairment rating. It does not mean that you are back to the physical or mental condition you were at prior to the accident. It simply means your condition has stabilized and you have a loss in a physical manner. This is generally done pursuant to American Medical Association (AMA) guidelines. A permanent impairment rating technically is not called for as a basis at trial in an automobile case, but many automobile insurance companies like to have the impairment rating so they can evaluate the case.This is assigned by your physician entirely, and is done when he/she feels you have medically attained or achieved it. It varies by condition and, by physician. This is an area that should not be rushed. The rating should be assigned by your physician when he/she feels the objective findings warrant such a determination.
How Long Will The Case Take to Resolve?
The complexity of the accident as well as the particular injuries sustained will determine the time frame of the outcome. We resolve our client’s cases based on an understanding of their current and future medical conditions. Once our law firm becomes involved, the average car or auto accident case is resolved within eight to 12 months. Most lawsuits settle out-of-court, but a well-prepared case is an essential element of that formula. Once you have a grasp on what your current and future treatment regimen, you can start looking at resolving your case. Many other factors are involved, which is why you shoud seek the services of a qualified attorney to evaluate your car accident case.