Florida Car Accident Attorneys

At Fenderson Law Firm, we believe in using our experience and knowledge to benefit you. Our team will gladly navigate the legal process after a car accident so you can focus on your recovery.

Our seasoned car accident attorneys are deeply familiar with Florida's car accident laws, delivering legal guidance to local victims and tailoring strategies to each individual case, whether you're a bystander, cyclist, pedestrian, or passenger.

Comprehensive Legal Support for Various Car Accident Scenarios

Car accidents are not limited to vehicle occupants—innocent bystanders, building residents, pedestrians, cyclists, and even equestrians could suffer from unforeseeable vehicular collisions. Sometimes the culprit may not even be a negligent driver, but a vehicle malfunction rooted in manufacturer, mechanic, or service team negligence.

No matter the complexity, our attorneys are equipped to assist you by gathering the details of your case. Our goal is to relieve you of the burdens that come after an accident and look out for your best interests.

Common Types of Car Accidents in Florida

Understanding the types of car accidents that commonly occur in Florida can provide valuable insights into the legal complexities and the kinds of claims that can be made. Some of the most common types of car accidents include:

  • Rear-end Collisions: Often a result of following too closely or sudden stops, these accidents can lead to whiplash and other injuries.

  • T-bone Accidents: Occur when the side of a vehicle is impacted by the front or rear of another, typically at intersections.

  • Head-on Collisions: Among the deadliest accidents, these happen when two vehicles collide front-to-front.

  • Sideswipe Accidents: When the sides of two parallel vehicles touch, often due to merging or lane departure.

  • Hit and Run Accidents: Incidents wherein one party leaves the scene without providing contact information or aid.

  • Single-car Accidents: Accidents involving only one vehicle which can include rollovers or collisions with stationary objects.

  • Multiple Vehicle Pile-ups: Large accidents involving several vehicles, often on highways, leading to complex liability issues.

  • Vehicle Rollovers: Typically involving taller vehicles like SUVs, leading to serious injuries or fatalities.

  • Accidents Involving Pedestrians or Bicyclists: Often serious and require thorough investigation to determine right of way and liability.

  • Commercial Truck Accidents: Involve heavy vehicles with the potential for severe damages and intricate commercial insurance policies.

Each type of accident brings its own set of challenges in proving liability and damages, which is why having experienced attorneys familiar with Florida's specific traffic laws is essential.

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Risk-Free Representation With Our 'No Win, No Fee' Commitment

Concerned about legal expenses? We believe that financial constraints shouldn't impact your access to justice, which is why we proudly offer our 'No Win, No Fee' service model. Partner with our car accident lawyers without any upfront costs. In the event of an unsuccessful claim, you owe us nothing. Our fees are contingent upon winning your case, and they are claimed directly from the awarded compensation, ensuring you are left with the financial support you need post-trial.

Seeking Compensation After a Car Accident in Florida

If you've been involved in a car accident in Florida, pursuing compensation requires prompt and strategic action. Your attorney can help you understand:

  • Florida's No-fault Insurance System: This system means you first use your own personal injury protection (PIP) coverage to cover medical expenses and lost wages, no matter who's at fault for the crash.

  • Going Beyond PIP Coverage: But what happens if you've got serious injuries that go beyond your PIP coverage, or if there's significant property damage? You might need to take further legal action.

  • Proving the Other Party's Negligence: To get more compensation, you'll need to prove the other party was negligent. This could mean showing they didn't follow driving laws or didn't act with reasonable care.

  • Insurance Company Tactics: It's not a good idea to negotiate with insurance companies by yourself. Their initial offers might not cover all your damages.

  • Partnering with a Car Accident Attorney: Working with a knowledgeable car accident attorney can make sure your claim is valued thoroughly and that the negotiation process truly represents your interests.

We're here to help you seek the maximum compensation you deserve, so you can concentrate on getting better.

Schedule Your No-Cost Auto Accident Consultation in Jacksonville

Discover the range of our experience and the personalized approach we take to each client's needs by taking advantage of a FREE initial consultation with our auto accident attorneys in Jacksonville, FL. This no-obligation session is designed to provide you with preliminary advice to make an informed decision about your next steps. Contact us now to arrange your complimentary consultation and learn how we can stand by you and your family in these challenging times.