Auto Accidents in Florida – Personal Injury Lawyers
Trying to avoid an auto accident can be very difficult especially in a metropolitan area like Orlando which is saturated with traffic and tourists. Practicing safe driving can decrease your chances of being in an auto accident. All Florida drivers are required to carry car insurance. Florida Statute 627.731, or “No-Fault” statute, controls auto accident laws in Florida. If you are involved in an auto accident your insurance company WILL cover your medical bills and lost wages up to a fixed amount no matter who was at fault. Bodily injury coverage is option in the State of Florida, however, If the at-fault driver does not carry any automobile insurance or has coverage that is insufficient, uninsured motorist (UM) bodily injury coverage may protect you. UM bodily coverage can cover many different expenses including medical bills and lost wages from being unable to get to work. It is highly recommended to have uninsured motorist coverage for each car in a single family’s household.
If you have been involved in an auto accident, whether you are a driver, on a motorcycle, a pedestrian or a passenger, it can be a very life altering experience and event. Victims may be facing injuries, voluminous medical bills, liability issues, insurance and property damages and even legal action against those who caused a car accident.
Consult with the Smith and Eulo Personal Injury Attorney’s to help guide you on what to do if you are involved in an auto accident. Be sure to keep track of all damages, including medical bills, and car body damages. If you or anyone you know has suffered an injury or has been killed due to a car accident, we are here to help. Contact us today at 407-930-8912, or send as an e-mail, SmithandEulo@gmail.com. We are the Smith and Eulo Law Firm, Your Path to Justice.