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Motor vehicle accidents come in all sizes and types

A high percentage of accident-related personal injuries in Florida result from motor vehicle accidents, including wrecks or collisions involving— The person who caused your injury, that person’s employer, the owner of the vehicle involved, their insurance companies, your own insurance company, or some combination of these parties may be legally responsible to compensate you for your losses due to any type of vehicle collision.  At Woodruff Injury Law, we make sure you recover the maximum compensation for your damages resulting from someone else’s negligent, careless or reckless operation of any type of vehicle.  Damages include items such as—
  • Past and future medical bills
  • Property damage or loss of use
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Disability
  • Scarring or disfigurement
  • Emotional distress
  • Decreased earning capacity
  • Loss of business opportunity or profits
  • Permanent injury
We take the time to help you understand what you are facing so you can make informed decisions about your motor vehicle accident case.  We work to ensure that you have the necessary resources to recover from physical injuries and the emotional issues related to serious injuries.

Uninsured and under insured motorists

When a driver refuses or is unable to carry proper motor vehicle insurance, that driver puts more than just him- or herself at risk.  If such a driver injures another person, there may be inadequate resources to cover all of the damages.  Injured parties, however, may be covered by their own insurance policies.  Uninsured and under insured motorist coverage protects accident victims in these cases.  In this situation, your insurance company will not necessarily be on your side.  If you have been involved in a collision with an uninsured or under insured driver, it is important to contact an attorney to examine your insurance policy and create a plan of action.

No-fault insurance

When a driver has been in an accident, no-fault auto insurance allows the driver to collect from his or her own insurance company no matter who was at fault.  Not every state has a no-fault insurance structure, but those that do have very specific laws governing when, how much, and for how long the injured party may collect.  Consult with an attorney to discuss how your state views fault and to determine how the laws may affect your right to recover damages for injuries.

No recovery, no fee

At Woodruff Injury Law, we handle motor vehicle accident cases on a contingent fee basis, so there is no attorney fee unless we recover for you.  If you have a question about a serious injury caused by a motor vehicle accident, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced West Florida vehicle accident attorney.  We can help you begin to take the steps to financial recovery after a serious motor vehicle collision.