Should you call an attorney after a Florida car accident? Well, that depends on the circumstances of your accident and your injuries. In a relatively minor accident, with no injuries, you probably do not need an attorney. Also, if your injuries are minor and you recover without the need for medical treatment, again you may not need the assistance of an attorney. In the event that your injuries persist and require medical attention, including chiropractor, physiotherapy and/or massage, then you should really consider consulting with a personal injury attorney. Even soft tissue injuries can result in health care expenses, and longer term consequences, that can negatively impact your recreation, employment and household activities. If your injuries are very serious, then you should absolutely consult with an attorney as soon as possible. When in doubt, it is better to consult with an attorney, because there is no risk and most often, no cost.
In Florida, you can claim for compensation when you have been injured in an accident caused by someone else. These cases are defended by insurance companies, and they have virtually limitless resources to defend and minimize your claim. Do not let the insurance company defeat your claim, call an attorney experienced in personal injury law for a consultation. With our firm, there is no obligation to hire us, and our consultations are always free so that you can ask all of your questions and make an informed decision for your future. If we accept your case, you pay us nothing unless we recover money for you.
Andrew Iacobelli is an experienced personal injury lawyer who established Iacobelli Law Firm with offices in South Florida. Andrew restricts his practice to the representation of personal injury victims in claims involving serious injuries and wrongful death.
Andrew Iacobelli is a Florida personal injury attorney. Andrew is also licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan and the Province of Ontario and regularly represents victims in cross-border injury claims. Andrew restricts his practice to the representation of individuals that have been seriously injured.