You will have a lot of questions and very few answers after being injured in a car accident. At Rhino Lawyers, our team gets you through the unknown and describes the process. Our focus is helping accident victims and families who have suffered serious injuries in car, truck and other motor vehicle accidents. After the collision, many factors come into play. From the exchanging of insurance, police investigation, and the insurance assessment of the vehicle damage, many people don’t know what steps to take. Here are some questions you may have, and how we can help.
What do I do after I get hit?
After the accident, you want to call 911 or the local police. You want to collect the names, addresses, and phone numbers of anyone at the scene and take pictures. If you are injured or feel you need help, seek medical attention. For a step-by-step process on what to do visit our website at www.rhinolawyers.com or call us at 844-RHINO-77 to discuss your questions.
How long do I have to preserve my benefits?
In Florida, you have only fourteen (14) days to preserve your benefits. This time schedule on personal injury protection (PIP) coverage preserves benefits you may have available through the premiums you pay. To learn more about this, visit our website at www.rhinolawyers.com or call us at 844-RHINO-77 to discuss your questions.
What can I recover after an accident?
You may be entitled to receive many different types of damages under Florida law. Some damages are: property damage, reasonable past and future medical expenses, lost earnings, pain and suffering, mental anguish, and damages related to you sustaining a permanent impairment to your body or earning capacity. These damages are a way of being able to compensate you from an accident.
How much money will I receive?
This depends. Each accident case is specific. Your case may be worth what you agree to with the insurance company or what a judge or jury awards. All aspects related to your accident and injuries are investigated and our team communicates with you what can happen. Usually the value is dependent upon the type and extent of your injuries. Additional factors that contribute are: amount of medical bills, length of treatment, frequency of treatment, future medical bills, permanent disabilities and any other damage that can be documented. Our team looks into every detail with our pre-file department and litigation department to get you the award you deserve.
Who do I call?
If you have additional questions about an accident and suffered injuries as a result, contact Rhino Lawyers. We will explore all options of the accident, including all insurance areas to make sure you are getting the help you deserve. Give us a call at 844-RHINO-77 for a free consultation. Take Charge of your Rights.