You've just been in an accident! It is always sudden and unexpected. Your mind begins to race…
"What should I do first?" Don't panic. Use common sense. If there are any injuries, of course call 911.
But, if you want to make sure you properly protect yourself, The Hudson Law Officehas prepared the following valuable list of TO-DOs for you to read, download, print and save in your vehicle, purse/wallet or work area or other convenient location… just incase you are in an accident. Be sure and read all of the articles below and BOOKMARK this webpage for future reference.
Click Here to Download this PDF, print and keep it in a convenient location just in case you are in an accident. Whatever you do, you don't want to do anything that hurts your chance for fair compensation. Unfortunately, many people impact their compensation by doing something “stupid.” Learn what not to do….
Whatever you do, you don't want to do anything that hurts your chance for fair compensation.
Ten Critical Things that a lawyer should do for you… even before the lawsuit is filed. Having an experienced lawyer on your case greatly impacts the outcome!
“After the needs of anyone who is hurt are taken care of, you look at your vehicle and sigh, “Now what do I do?” If you haven't read the information above entitled, “SIX Critical TO-Dos If You've been in an Accident,” read it and then read the following…”
This is one of the most common questions The Hudson Law Office receives from people who have been injured in an accident. You might be surprised with the facts….
If your boss sends you on an errand during work and you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, who is responsible for compensation?
In a lot of states, an individual who is injured by a drunk driver may be able to recover damages from the bar or social host that served the liquor. See what the law says in Florida.
A “statute of limitations” is the deadline for filing a lawsuit after something happens which causes harm. What are the limitations in Florida?
As you can see, personal injury cases are complicated and can be confusing.
Call The Hudson Law Office at (941) 358-5400 to discuss your case and obtain help in securing fair compensation for your injuries or a wrongful death. Remember, there are no fees until damages are recovered.