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Every day, people take to the roads for work, school, family, errands – daily activities and routines that should be ordinary. A car accident can happen suddenly, and interrupt not only your day, but your life. If you believe a negligent driver, a defective part or poor roadway conditions caused your Tampa, Lakeland or Orlando car accident, lawyers at Burnetti, P.A. may be able to help.
Types of Auto Accidents Handled by Burnetti, P.A.
The injury law firm Burnetti, P.A. represents clients that have been injured in various types of car accidents, including:
- Air bag deployment
- Bus crash
- Auto Accident
- Defective car parts
- Distracted driving
- Drunk driving accident
- Fatal car crash
- Fender benders
- Intersection collisions
- Interstate and highway accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Pedestrian accident
- Rear end collision
- SUV rollover
- Texting while driving
- Trucking accident
- Uninsured motorist claim
- Tire blowout
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How Auto Injury Attorneys Help Car Accident Victims
After an accident, you may have questions –
- How will I pay my bills?
- When can I go back to work?
- How will I get around while my car is being repaired?
- Did a defective car part cause the accident?
- Was the other driver under the influence?
- Did the condition of the road contribute to the accident?
- What do I say to the insurance company?
- Should I sign these forms?
If you believe you have a car accident claim, an auto injury attorney may be able to help collect compensation on your behalf from the negligent driver or company. Auto injury lawyers can answer questions and may be able to help file a car crash claim. An attorney can also help prove if another driver, a car parts manufacturer, or other party is responsible for the car crash. At Burnetti, P.A., every client’s accident is reviewed to understand how the crash happened, and may include investigating the scene of the accident, talking to witnesses, hiring experts, and researching and applying applicable laws and safety regulations.
What to Do After a Car Accident in Florida
After a car crash, it is important to seek medical help and notify the police of the accident. If you are medically able at the scene of the accident, it is critical that you try to obtain as much information as possible about what caused the crash. This includes taking pictures of the accident scene and the cars, motorcycles or trucks that were involved in the wreck, obtaining the contact information of other drivers, and obtaining the contact information of any witnesses.
Recovering Damages Following an Auto Accident
After a crash, you may seek to pursue a claim for damages against the negligent driver(s). Injury attorneys at Burnetti, P.A. help clients file a car crash claim against the negligent person, company or other entity on a client’s behalf to compensate for lost wages, pain and suffering, future lost earnings and medical bills for severe injuries including whiplash, muscle strains, broken bones, lacerations (cuts), traumatic brain injury, spinal cord damage or other serious injury.
Injured in a Tampa, Lakeland or Orlando Car Accident? Lawyers at Burnetti, P.A. May be Able to Help
If you have been injured in a car accident, you don’t need to face the aftermath alone. Injury lawyers ease the burdens that accident victims face. Burnetti, P.A. represents plaintiffs against profit motivated insurance companies and businesses, and are ready and willing to go to trial. Learn more about the firm and it’s dedication to fighting for clients at www.Burnetti.com. If there is no recovery, there are no fees and no cost to you. To schedule a free consultation, fill out the case evaluation form or call 1-800-BURNETTI today. Se habla Español.
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