Auto Accident FAQs

What Should You Do After An Auto Accident When You’re Not At Fault?

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So many times people ask, “How much is my car accident worth?” I can’t tell you what your car accident is worth until I know what your injuries are, until I know how serious they are and how long it’s going to take you to heal, and what the medical bills are. You really have to call us, and we’re going to sit down and have a conversation, and we’re going to be with you all the way, and we’re going to get the most that you’re entitled to as quickly as we can.

Whose Insurance Pays In A Car Accident?

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In a car accident, the party that caused the accident is responsible, but that’s only after Florida No Fault. Your own insurance pays your first medical bills.

Then, if you have a permanent injury or a serious injury, you’re entitled to go after the person that caused the accident. If you don’t file a no-fault claim in a timely manner, you’re going to lose your no-fault benefits, and the other part is not going to be responsible to pick those up. You really need to call a lawyer to get the right information.

A lawyer can help you out, can get you the care you need, can take care of you, and make sure that you get all the benefits you’re entitled to.

Can Someone Sue You For a Car Accident?

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If you’re involved in a car crash and you caused the car crash, you’re responsible. Yes, someone can sue you. If you have insurance, the first thing you should do is report the crash to your insurance company.

Question: How Much Is My Car Accident Worth?

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