Car Accidents

Were you recently injured in a Florida car accident? Contact the Law Offices of Shannon J. Sagan today!

If you or someone close to you recently suffered from a car accident, you could be eligible to receive compensation for your losses. Our dedicated Florida car accident lawyer can help you sort through legal issues and understand the best way to move forward. Our team at the Law Offices of Shannon J. Sagan, P.A., is standing ready to meet with you.

Compensation You Could Recover in a Settlement

The types of compensation you could recover after a Florida car accident depend on many factors. Be sure to contact our car accident lawyer to understand your legal options and how to proceed.

If you or a loved one recently got into a car accident, you could be eligible for compensation for the following:

  • Economic damages like medical bills, repair costs, and lost wages
  • Non-economic damages, such as scarring or disfigurement, loss of earning ability, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, and pain and suffering  resulting from your injuries
  • Punitive damages resulting from drunk drivers, distracted drivers, or someone’s extremely negligent conduct

Why You Should Retain a Car Accident Attorney

You may think contacting an attorney after a car accident is unnecessary. However, working with an experienced Florida car accident lawyer like Shannon J. Sagan can help you proceed confidently as you pursue compensation. Specifically, our car accident law team can assist with:

  • Investigating the incident
  • Gathering all evidence
  • Submitting and handling all of your claims
  • Helping you get quality medical care
  • Making your case as strong as possible
  • Negotiating a settlement
  • Filing a lawsuit if negotiations fail

Practical Steps to Take Following a Car Accident

1. Seek Medical Attention

Getting medical care as soon as possible can help reduce the chances of long-term health issues.  Don’t turn down medical assessment because you don’t think you have any visible injuries.  Remember, in Florida, you only have 14 days from the date of an accident to get medical care, if involved in an auto related accident.  

2. Call The Police

Notifying the police is essential following a car accident. They need to investigate and write up a detailed report noting what happened, all of the parties listed and their contact and insurance information, as well as a narrative of what happened.  As with the medical report, this documentation could provide critical evidence to support your injury claim

3. Gather Information

You’ll want to gather information from everyone involved in the car accident, such as:

  •     Names
  •     Contact info
  •     Insurance info
  •     License plate numbers

We recommend also getting the names and contact info of any potential witnesses.

4. Record Details

Recording details about the car accident can prove extremely helpful to your claim. You should note specific things like the time of day and the moments leading up to the incident. It’s also good to take pictures of different aspects of the incident, including:

  • Vehicle positions
  • Your injuries
  • Property damage
  • Incident location
  • Skid marks

5. Contact Attorney Shannon Sagan

You need an experienced accident lawyer to help you with all of your legal, medical, and financial issues caused by an accident. 

Get Legal Assistance Today

Car accidents can be traumatic, confusing, and overwhelming. A dedicated car accident lawyer will guide you on how to proceed and your legal options. For a free consultation, call our law firm at The Law Offices of Shannon J. Sagan, PA at 1-800-FLA-LAWYER in Belle Glade and Lake Worth, FL.

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