Personal Injury Law Firm

Auto Accidents

Principal Attorney

Orlando Auto Accident Attorney

Representing Auto Accident Victims in Orange County and throughout Central Florida

When you get into a car accident, everything changes. In addition to potentially sustaining serious injuries, you will suddenly need to deal with damage to your vehicle, medical bills, and lost wages due to missed work.

You deserve to be fairly compensated for these disruptions if the crash was not your fault. If your insurance coverage does not adequately cover your losses, a personal injury lawsuit may be able to help you get the financial relief you need to move forward.

Understanding how to recover damages after a car crash is not always easy, but our team at The Gray Law Firm, LLC is ready to help. Our Orlando auto accident lawyer has over a decade of experience and has helped hundreds of clients obtain millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts. We care about your case and will offer personalized, results-driven guidance every step of the way.

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What to Do after a Florida Car Crash

In the immediate aftermath of an auto accident, securing just compensation is probably the last thing you are thinking about. Unfortunately, the recovery process is often extremely long, and many complications can prevent you from getting what you deserve. Taking certain proactive actions at the crash scene can help you protect your rights and avoid potential problems down the road.

After experiencing a Florida car accident, you should:

We are available 24/7 to discuss your case, so call (407) 392-4922 or contact us online today. Our firm also handles claims involving truck accidents and boating accidents.

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Recovering Compensation through a Florida Auto Accident Lawsuit

Florida drivers must carry at least $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) insurance and $10,000 in property damage liability (PDL) insurance. Because Florida is a no-fault state, you will rely on your own coverage to pay your expenses, no matter who caused the crash. In many cases, however, your damages will be greater than what your policy covers. In these instances, you can sue the negligent driver to get additional compensation. You will have up to two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. If a car crash kills someone, you will have two years from the date of the victim’s death to pursue a wrongful death claim.

A Florida auto accident lawsuit can help you recover compensation for many types of losses, including:

Though many personal injury lawsuits are settled out of court, our Orlando auto accident lawyer is fully prepared to litigate these cases. We may be able to help you get compensation even if you were partially responsible for the crash. Florida operates under “pure comparative negligence rules,” which means your level of fault determines how much you can recover. If the court found you were 25% to blame for an accident, for example, you could still recover 75% of your damages. Our team at The Gray Law Firm, LLC understands what is at stake and will fight for the best possible result.
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If you were involved in a Florida car accident and have questions about maximizing your recovery, do not hesitate to contact us online or call (407) 392-4922.

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