If a car, truck or other vehicle driver’s carelessness anywhere in Florida caused your injury, then we want to represent you!
We have been fighting and settling cases for people injured in Florida car accidents for 14 years.
Below are just a few of the many car accidents that we’ve settled for people injured in Miami and other cities in Florida.
$325K Settlement for Pedestrian Hit By Car in Coconut Grove (Miami-Dade)
Watch this interesting video on this settlement:
A diagram of the accident is below.
The pedestrian was placing a parking ticket in his car when he was hit by a federal government employee that was carelessly driving. The government employee was driving vehicle 1 in the above diagram.
Below is an x-ray which was taken at the hospital. It shows the fracture.
At the hospital, an external fixator was drilled into his leg, which you can see below.
If you have an external fixator put in your leg, this raises the value of the case. The fixator was removed within the year.
Hen then had a rod (and screws) drilled into the bone. The rod and screws were left in place.
His case was worth more because the rod and screws were left inside his body. This image has appeal to a jury.
The driver who caused the crash was working for US Customs when the accident happened. He was driving a rental car. Philadelphia Insurance Company insured the rental car. They paid the $100,000 bodily injury liability (BIL) limits.
I sued the the United States of Miami in federal court in Miami. They paid $125,000 to settle.
It gets better.
Uninsured Motorist Insurance Company Paid $100K to Settle
I also made a underinsured motorist (UIM) insurance claim with my client’s UIM insurer, Ace American Insurance Company. Ace paid only after I filed a civil remedy notice of insurance violation.
If they failed to offer the $100,000 UIM insurance limits, I may have been able to sue them for bad faith. Ace American Insurance Company paid the $100,000 limits without a lawsuit. (Ace has since acquired Chubb Insurance.)
Thus, if an insurance company has low bodily injury limits they get more nervous about getting hit with a big verdict.
$260K Settlement for Uber Accident in Miami (Back Pain)
A vehicle crashed into an Uber car in Miami. We represented the Uber driver. The Uber driver claimed that the accident caused his back injury.
Here is the actual crash diagram from the police report:
My client, Ray, was an Uber driver who was engaged in an Uber ride. He was in Vehicle 2 in the above diagram. He had a passenger at the time of the crash.
A company van (vehicle #1 in the diagram) was heading in the opposite direction. The van made a left hand turn.
The front of the van collided with the left driver side of the Uber driver’s car. You can see the damage to the car that Ray was driving (below):
The van wasn’t as badly damaged. Check out the photo below:
Here is a photo of the Uber driver laying in his hospital bed:
The Uber driver claimed that the accident caused or aggravated disc protrusions in his lower back. Most of the settlement was for pain and suffering. The settlement also covered the Uber driver’s medical bills.
CNA, the insurer for the at fault van, paid the $260K settlement.
$200K Settlement for Broken Wrist (Miami Car Accident)
Our client was driving her car when she was hit (T-boned) by a car at an intersection. Her car is at the very top of this page.
An ambulance took her to the hospital. She was diagnosed with a wrist fracture and had surgery. Doctors put a plate and screws in her non-dominant hand.
The at-fault car was insured with USAA and Old Dominion Insurance (Main Street America Group). USAA paid $100K to settle. Old Dominion paid $100K to settle.
The total settlement was for $200,000.
The car that our client was traveling in is at the top of this page.
He claimed that the crash caused a C5-C6 herniated disc in his neck. The tractor trailer was insured with Zurich Insurance Company.
The damage to our client’s car is seen in the picture above.
We have settled many other Florida car accident cases.
We want to represent you if a tractor-trailer hit and injured you while you were in a car, or if you were involved in another type of accident. Just a few of our Florida tractor-trailer accident settlements are below.
Our Actual Case: $445,000 Settlement after a tractor-trailer (18 wheeler) hit our client in Hialeah, Miami-Dade County, Florida. Our client had surgery to repair his tibia plateau fracture and fractured finger.
Our Actual Case: $100,000 Settlement when the above tractor-trailer (18 wheeler) failed to yield the right of way by making a left hand turn in front of our client’s car forcing our client to crash into the 18 wheeler. He claimed a herniated disc.
We have settled many other Florida truck accident cases.
We want to represent you if a pickup truck driver caused your injury in Florida, or if a car or vehicle hit you while you were in a pickup truck in Florida.
Just a few of our settlements, where a pickup truck driver hit our client, are below:
Our Actual Case: $39,000 Settlement for a 37-year-old male driver who claimed a car crashed into his pickup causing multiple herniated discs. He had epidural injections to at least one of the herniations.
The damage to his truck can be seen in the above photo.
Although every case is different, the settlement value of a herniated disc case is usually (but not always) higher when there is significant property damage to the vehicles involved as opposed to little to no damage.
Settlement Date: March 2014.
We settled a case for $110,000 (Policy limits) where a pickup truck driver hit our client which resulting in a facial (orbital bone) fracture. Our client received a ticket for not walking in the crosswalk. Accident was in Homestead, Florida.
We settled a case for $100,000 (Policy limits) where driver of Ford Pickup truck hit our client while she was on a bike in Cooper City, Florida. The driver failed to yield the right of way. Our client had hardware inserted to fix her facial fracture.
We settled a case for $52,000 where a small national auto parts delivery pickup truck hit our client while he was on a moped. He had an eye injury that did not require surgery.
We settled a case for $16,500 where a pickup truck driver hit our client in Miami, Florida. Our client claimed a herniated disc.
We have settled many other injury cases that involved a pickup truck crash in Florida.
If a car, truck or other vehicle hit you while you were on a motorcycle, we want to represent you. We will make a claim against the liability coverage of the car or truck, as well as any uninsured motorist coverage or any other responsible parties.
Our Actual Case: $445,000 Settlement after an 18 wheeler tractor-trailer hit our client, a motorcyclist, which required surgery to his lower leg (tibia). The picture of the motorcycle is above.
Our Actual Case: $100,000 Settlement: Herniated Disc, Erectile Dysfunction and Meniscus Tear from Auto Crash near Midtown, Miami-Dade County, Florida.
Our Actual Case: $87,000 Settlement for clavicle surgery after a motorcyclist struck debris left on the street from a construction site that was not properly cleared in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
We were co-counsel on this case.
We have settled many other Florida motorcycle crash cases.
If a car or truck driver’s carelessness causes your injury while you are on a bike in Florida, we want to represent you. We have settled many cases for bicycle accident victims.
We settled a case for $100,000 where a truck hit our client who was riding a bicycle in Cooper city, Florida. She had a metal plate put in her face. She did not have health insurance.
We were able to get her medical bills paid and she received about $33,333 in her pocket for pain and suffering.
We settled a case for $52,000 where a car cut our client off while he was riding a bike in Key Biscayne, Florida. He was thrown off his bike and claimed a compression fracture from the crash.
The settled paid for all of his medical bills and he received about $30,000 in his pocket for pain and suffering.
We have had many more Florida bike accident settlements.
We have been privileged to represent and settle many cases after a car or truck struck our client, a pedestrian. We know when PIP applies and when it may not apply.
We settled a case for $110,000 where a truck hit our client while she was crossing the road in Homestead, Miami-Dade County, Florida. She suffered a facial fracture and had surgery.
The settlement paid for all of her medical bills. She received about $65,000 in her pocket after our attorney’s fees, costs and medical bills were paid.
We have had many more Florida pedestrian accident settlements.
If a DUI driver caused your injury in a car or truck wreck in Florida, we would love to represent you. We will gather all evidence which is necessary recover punitive damages.
We have all the letters to send so that we can gather all the proper evidence to make a solid punitive damage claim.
Making a punitive damage claim against a DUI driver who caused your injury in Florida requires more evidence that a typical car or truck accident case.
There are many other documents and potentially experts that need to be hired to build a strong case.
We have settled many cases where a drunk driver caused injury to our client in a Florida car crash. Some of these accidents were in Miami-Dade and Broward County.
We settled a case for $95,000 with Geico where a DUI driver crashed head on into our client in Broward County, Florida. He claimed a herniated disc and other soft tissue injury. He did not have surgery.
In early 2015, we settled a case for $25,000 where a DUI driver hit our client in Miami, Florida. She claimed soft tissue (leg, back and neck) injury. Almost the entire settlement was for her pain and suffering. We were able to get her medical bills paid.
We settled a DUI crash case for $30,000 where a drunk driver crashed into our client in Miami, Florida. She claimed a herniated disc. The settlement covered our client’s medical bills and she received about $15,000 for pain and suffering after our attorney’s fees and costs.
Commercial Van Accidents (including, but not limited to, 16 passenger vans)
If a commercial van or regular van’s driver’s carelessness caused your injury in Florida, we want to represent you. Also, if someone’s negligence caused your injury in Florida while you were a passenger or driver of a van, we also want to represent you. We have over 11+ years of experience representing people when a commercial van or regular van accidents.
This is one of our many van accident settlements.
Claims for Injury Involving Uber or Lyft drivers
If an Uber or Lyft driver’s carelessness caused your injury, or if you were a passenger in a Uber or Lyft vehicle and another driver injures you, we want to represent you.
We will look to see if your Uber or Lyft car crash in Florida involves a commercial insurance policy. A personal insurance policy or Uber’s commercial insurance policy for ridesharing may be through the James River Insurance Company.
We will do everything possible in an attempt to:
1. Get Your Car Fixed.*
We will make a claim to get the proper car insurance company to quickly fix your car after the accident. We know which insurance company should pay for the damage.
Note: We only help you get your car fixed if you also are injured.
2. Get You a Rental Car*
We will provide as much evidence as possible, and as quickly as possible, to the proper insurance companies so that they pay for your rental car.
*Note: We only help you get your car fixed if you also are injured due to someone’s carelessness.
3. Get You Money for the Diminished Value of Your Car*
If someone’s carelessness caused your injury and damage to your vehicle, we’ll also make a claim for the loss of value to your car. This is in addition to us making a claim to get your car fixed.
We only charge a fee on your diminished value claim if we have to sue to get you money for the loss of value.
*We only make a diminished value claim for the car damage if someone’s carelessness caused your injury.
4. Get Your Ambulance Bill Paid.
The ambulance company will bill you if you were transported to the hospital following a Florida car accident. Personal Injury Protection (PIP) does not cover you in every type of auto accident that involves a car.
We will request your ambulance bill and records.
We will then review and send your ambulance bill to the PIP insurer
We will send your ambulance records and bills to the careless driver’s insurance company.
We will send the ambulance bill to the careless driver’s insurer. We will send it to any other insurers or responsible parties who may be responsible to pay all, or part of the bill.
We also do this immediately so that the insurer for the negligent party can set the reserve as soon as possible which may result in a quicker settlement.
If you are insured under a Florida auto insurance policy, PIP will not pay 100% of these bills. We will determine if you are insured under an auto insurance policy that provides Medical payments (“Medpay”) coverage.
Medpay may pay for some of the ambulance bill that PIP does not cover.
Your health insurance may not cover 100% of the ambulance bill. Florida ambulance companies are generally unwilling to negotiate their bills.
If you have health insurance, it may pay for some of your ambulance bill. If you have health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid or some other type of insurance that paid for some of your ambulance bill, they generally have a right to be paid back.
If you try to avoid paying your health insurance company, they can reverse the payments which will leave you possibly owing thousands of dollars. If you try to avoid paying Medicaid or Medicare, you can be thrown in jail and they can deny you valuable benefits.
We understand your obligation to reimburse a lienholder and will do everything possible to get this amount waived or significantly reduced. The law on subrogation (repayment) is very complex.
There are often eight hour legal seminars on this topic alone! That is just the tip of the iceberg.
We will make a claim against the careless driver’s insurer to get these ambulance bills paid. If the careless party’s insurer denies your injury claim or give us a lowball offer, we may file a lawsuit.
If there is insufficient liability coverage to pay for your ambulance bill, we may make a claim under an auto insurance policy which provides uninsured motorist (UM) coverage.
If the uninsured motorist auto insurer will not pay the ambulance bill, we may sue the UM insurer to get the bill paid.
We have experience filing lawsuits in Florida car accident cases. Not every Miami injury lawyer is willing to sue. I know some Miami injury lawyers who will not sue if the case does not settle before a lawsuit. We know when it is appropriate to sue.
We settled a case for $325,000 where a careless driver’s car struck and broke our client’s leg in Miami, Florida. This settlement paid for our client’s ambulance bill, all other medical bills and liens as well as our attorney’s fee and costs.
Our client received about $150,000 in his pocket.
All the settlements in this article are before deduction for attorney’s fees and expenses. Most cases result in a lower recovery. It should not be assumed that your case will have as beneficial a result.
We settled a case for $200,000 where a careless driver struck our client in Miami, Florida. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital and had surgery on her a fractured wrist.
The settlement covered her ambulance bill and all other medical bills. She received about $100,000 in her pocket after our attorney’s fees and costs were paid.
We settled a case for $150,000 where a careless driver struck our client in Miami, Florida. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital and later diagnosed with a herniated disc.
He had back surgery. The settlement covered his ambulance bill and all other medical bills. He received about $64,000 in her pocket after our attorney’s fees and costs were paid.
We settled a case for $147,000 where a careless uninsured driver struck our client in Bonifay, Florida (North Florida). She was taken by ambulance to the hospital and later diagnosed with a shoulder tear.
She had shoulder surgery. The settlement covered her ambulance bill, all other medical bills, our attorney’s fees and costs. She walked away with about $85,000.
We have settled hundreds of Florida car crash cases where the settlement paid for our clients’ ambulance bill, all other medical bills, and put money in the clients’ pocket after our attorney’s fees and costs were paid.
5. Get Your Hospital Bill Paid.
Unpaid medical bills affect nearly hundreds of thousands of Floridians in the US each year making health care the number one cause of personal bankruptcy filings in Florida each year. The hospital bill is often the largest single bill in a Florida car accident case.
We have represented hundreds of injured Florida car crash victims where the settlement paid for our clients’ hospital bill, all other medical bills, and put money in the clients’ pocket after our attorney’s fees and costs were paid.
We will request your hospital itemized bills as soon as possible after the crash. A general hospital bill that only contains your balance owed is not good enough for us. We want the itemized hospital bill.
Once we get the hospital bill we will submit it to the PIP insurer, if PIP applies, in an effort to get it paid.
We will also request all of your hospital records. This is a separate request from the hospital bill as every hospital has a separate billing and medical records department that are not in contact with each other. Hospital records can be expensive. We will pay for the cost of these records and we are only paid back (from the settlement) if we settle your case.
We will request your x-rays, CT scan and MRI if appropriate from the hospital. This is a separate request from the hospital records and bills request.
We represented a man when a car hit him in Coconut Grove, Miami-Dade County, Florida. He was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with a lower leg fracture.
We made a PIP claim with the rental car company who paid $10,000 towards his hospital bill, but he still owed about $125,000 to his health insurance company because they paid his hospital bill.
We settled the case for $325,000, which paid for his health insurance lien, our attorney’s fees and costs, and still put about $150,000 in our client’s pocket.
6. Get Your Other Medical Bills Paid
Florida has confusing No Fault (PIP) laws when it comes to getting your medical bills paid after a car crash. We know when PIP applies and when it does not.
We have settled many cases with car insurance companies, who insured the careless driver/owner, where they paid for some, or all, of our clients’ medical bills.
7. Get You Money for Not Being Able to Work
We have the proper forms and understand how to document your lost wages claim after a Florida car crash. Florida PIP laws may affect who pays your lost wages. We will immediately send your lost wage documentation to the proper car insurance companies.
8. Get You Money for Pain and Suffering
If a driver’s carelessness causes your injury in Florida, then you may be entitled to money for your pain and suffering. Whether or not you get money for pain and suffering may depend on many factors such as the type of vehicles involved, the medical records, the doctor’s final report, the severity of your injuries and many other issues.
Pain and suffering is often the largest component in a Florida car accident case. We settled a Miami car crash case for $325,000 where our client had surgery on his fractured leg. The pain and suffering component of that settlement was about $250,000.
We settled a Miami car crash case for $200,000 where our client had surgery on her fractured wrist. A car ran a red light and hit our client’s car. The pain and suffering component of the settlement was about $170,000.
We have settled many Florida car crash cases over the past 11 years where we recovered money for clients’ pain and suffering.
9. Get You Medical Treatment.
Many people who are injured in a Florida car accident are unsure how to find a doctor who will treat them. Some people want to find a doctor who will not destroy their case.
We will let you know if a doctor who you have selected or want to see has a reputation for being willing to testify for people injured in car accidents. We will let you know if you have chosen to treat with a doctor who is routinely hired as an expert witness by Florida car insurance companies.
We created an awesome online map of Florida doctors who we recommend for car accident cases.
10. Get You Money for Household Expenses that You Cannot Perform
If you cannot perform household tasks due to the carelessness of another driver, we will make claim and submit the proper documentation in an effort to get the PIP insurer to pay you for all expenses for ordinary and necessary household tasks.
The tasks include doing the dishes, cooking meals, cleaning the home, cleaning the pool and landscaping. We will demand that the PIP insurer pay these disability benefits at least every 2 weeks.
We will also make a claim and provide the supporting evidence in an effort to get you compensation (for household tasks that you cannot perform) from the insurer for the party whose carelessness caused your injury.
11. Get You Paid for Your Trips to Doctor Appointments
We will make a claim and provide supporting documentation to the PIP insurer to pay you for the miles that you accrue driving to and from medical appointments, and the pharmacy. Gas is expensive. We want to get you reimbursed for every possible penny that you spend as a result of the auto accident.
We will also make a claim (to get money from the careless party’s auto insurer) for this mileage.
WHAT WE ALSO DO FOR YOU
When appropriate, we will also:
12. Get the Florida Traffic Crash Report
If you are injured in a Florida car accident, the police officer will not always give you a traffic crash report at the scene. Sometimes the officer will give you a card with a report number on it, or he or she may give you a Driver Exchange of Information. We always want the long form of the crash report as it contains more information about the crash.
We will request and review the long form of the crash report to see if there are any details on it that can increase the value of your personal injury case. We will quickly send a copy of any and crash reports to the proper insurance companies so that they can adequately set their reserves.
13. Get witness statement or affidavits.
A witness can have a huge effect on the amount of money that you may be able to get in your Florida car accident case if someone’s carelessness caused your injury. You can relax knowing that we will meet and interview witnesses, and draft witness affidavits, in an effort to get you as much money as possible for your injuries.
We have prepared many witness affidavits and spoken with many witnesses in Florida car accident cases. When liability was disputed or unclear, many of these statements resulted in our clients getting more money in their case.
Do you know how to, and are you willing to, properly draft a witness affidavit? We are!
14. Hire an Accident Reconstruction Expert.
When a truck hit our client and fractured his lower leg, shortly after he hired us we spent $2,500 to retain an accident reconstruction expert to document the crash scene, inspect the truck and download the truck’s event data recorder.
We did this so that we were prepared if the case went to trial. We settled that case for $445,000.
Are you willing to spend $2,500 or more on an accident reconstruction expert to prove your case?
15. Speak with your Doctors about Your Treatment.
Doctors can charge hefty fees to write a report which states that the car accident crash caused your injury, or the permanent effects of your injury. Doctors also charge for in person or over the phone conferences to discuss your personal injury case. We advance these costs so you can spend your money as you choose.
Are you willing and able to spend $750 to speak with your doctor about your injury as it relates to your case?
16. Request and preserve any OnStar crash reports.
If you were driving a car that had Onstar, we can request and analyze the Onstar report. If appropriate, we will send the Onstar report to the appropriate insurance companies and defendants. We can also request the Onstar report for the careless driver’s vehicle who caused the crash if we file a lawsuit.
17. Set Up Claim with the Florida PIP, Medpay and any UM insurers.
We will set up a claim with the appropriate PIP and Medpay Insurers which may expedite payment of your medical bills. You have a duty (under an auto insurance policy to which you are an insured) to quickly notify the PIP insurer after a Florida car accident.
You can leave it up to us to then speak with the PIP and Medpay insurer. We will be by your side, whether over the phone or in person, if the PIP insurer wants to take your verbal statement.
18. Make a Claim with the Florida Careless Driver and Owner’s Auto Insurer
We will send a letter to the careless driver and owner’s auto insurer asking them to send us a sworn statement under oath which states the liability coverage limits, any coverage defenses, any other insurers who may provide coverage. We do not accept a verbal answer. We will request a copy of the careless driver and owner’s insurance policy and declarations page.
We will also send a similar letter to any other parties that may be responsible. In Florida, there are over 11 parties that may be responsible in a car accident claim. If coverage appears to be limited, we may send a detailed multi-page affidavit to the responsible parties which asks them several questions in an attempt to discover additional insurance coverage. Some other Florida attorneys like our affidavit so much that they use it.
If we discover additional insurance coverage, we will notify those parties of your personal injury claim.
19. Set Up a Claim With the Uninsured Motorist Coverage Auto Insurer
We will look to see if you are insured under an auto insurance policy that may provide uninsured motorist coverage.
We will send a letter to the any insurers, who may provide uninsured motorist (UM) coverage, which asks them to send us a sworn statement under oath which states the UM liability coverage limits, any coverage defenses, a copy of the policy, declarations page, and the names of any other insurers who may provide UM coverage.
If we receive the policy limits from the careless driver’s insurer, we will include the proper language in a letter sent via certified mail to the UM insurer which requires a written response as to whether the UM insurer will be seeking subrogation.
We do not accept a verbal answer. If you fail to send this letter to a Florida UM insurer, you may lose your right to collect all of UM insurance coverage.
We will be by your side, whether over the phone or in person, if the UM insurer wants to take your verbal statement. Often times our clients are unaware that they are insured under a policy which provides uninsured motorist coverage. In one case that we settled for $325,000, our client was completely unaware that he purchased $100,000 of uninsured motorist coverage when he rented a car.
19. Take pictures of the accident scene.
If appropriate we will take pictures of the crash scene to determine if there were any surveillance cameras (e.g. red light cameras, or cameras at a store, property damage to wall that a car crashed into, etc.) that may have captured the crash. We will take pictures from multiple angles so that the incident scene is captured in case it changes. You never know when construction will take place.
20. Review all your medical records.
Our law firm has reviewed hundreds of thousands of pages of medical records. We understand the often confusing terminology that appears in your medical records.
21. Speak with the car insurance companies for you. (Sometimes speaking with the insurance company after your accident can hurt your case.)
22. If your loved one was killed, we will protect your rights. (You have rights if your family member is killed in an accident in Florida.
23. Request and send all of your medical bills and records to the auto insurance companies.
24. We will request the other driver to preserve important information.
25. Take pictures of the damage to you and the car that you were in. It is very important to take pictures.
26. Use Our Legal Knowledge and Negotiation Skills to Try To Reduce Your Medical Bills and Liens.
If you do not negotiate your medical bills and understand the law, you may be losing thousands of dollars.
What types of Florida car accident cases have we handled?
Over the past 11 years, we have settled many Florida car crash injury claims against drivers who committed the following violations, or whose negligence caused the car accident. Below are just a few of them.
- Careless driving (Settlements for $325,000, $23,000 and $10,000)
- Speeding based on poor weather conditions or traffic
- Moving violation resulting in a crash
- Failing to stop at a traffic signal ($200,000 Settlement)
- Failing to stop at a red light ($200,000 Settlement)
- Failing to stop at a stop sign
- Failure to yield the right of way (Settlements for $150,000, $100,000, 75,000, $35,000)
- Reckless driving
- Leaving the accident scene (Hit and Run)
- Improper lane change (Settlement for $147,000 )
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI) (Settlements for $95,000, $30,000, $25,000, $18,000, $15,000, $13,000, $13,000)
- DUI Manslaughter ($10,000 Policy Limits Settlement)
- Distracted driving
- Rear end collisions (Settlements for $100,000, 30,000, $10,000, $7,500)
- Crashing into a garage ($100,000 Settlement)
- Improper turn
- Improper passing
- Following too closely
- Head on collisions ($95,000 Settlement)
- Brake Lights that were not working properly
- Failure to signal a turn
- Sudden stops
- Getting out of the vehicle and assaulting a driver
- Highway accidents ($147,000 Settlement)
- Residential area car accidents ($100,000 Settlement)
- Open Intersection Accidents (Settlements for $150,000, $75,000, $15,000, $13,000)
- Driveway Accidents
- and much more.
Which car or motor vehicle insurance companies have we settled Florida injury cases with?
- Ace American Insurance Company
- American Family
- American International Group (AIG)
- Kingsway Amigo Insurance (formerly known as US Security
- Liberty Mutual
- Lincoln General
- Metropolitan Life Insurance (Metlife)
- Ocean Harbor (Pearl Holding)
- Old Dominion Insurance (Main Street America Group)
- Philadelphia Insurance Companies
- Security National Insurance Company (purchased by Farmers Insurance)
- Star & Shield Insurance Exchange (NARS)
- Star Casualty Insurance
- State Farm
- United Automobile Insurance Company (Often sold through Estrella Insurance Agency)
- United States of America (Customs & Border Patrol)
- United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
- Windhaven Insurance
- … and much more!
We have Settled and/or Handled Cases With the Following Injuries
After representing hundreds of car accident victims for more than eleven (11) years, we see the same injuries time and time again. We have gained a great deal of knowledge about different injuries. We have handled and/or settled cases for people who were injured in Florida and suffered the following injuries:
Brain and Head Injuries
- Traumatic brain injury including but not limited to bleeding of the brain (e.g. subdural hematoma, etc.)
- Cuts requiring staples to the head
- Head injury
- Closed head Injuries
- Psychological injuries such as emotional distress, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), persistent anxiety and depression.
- Facial injuries such as scrapes, bruises, lacerations, fractures, jaw and serious dental injuries
- Stitches to the face
- Eye socket (orbital fractures)
- Facial fractures
- Nose fractures requiring surgery
- Broken teeth and loss of teeth
- Eye injuries including, but not limited, to eyelid cuts, blurred vision and double vision
- Cuts requiring stitches under the chin
- Soft tissue injuries including whiplash
- Neck muscle, ligament and tendon injuries
- Neck pain and cervical vertebrae fractures
- Neck (Cervical) sprain/strain
- Cervical dislocation and disc injury
- Cervical (neck) herniated discs and bulging discs which required epidural nerve block injections
- Spinal cord injuries
- Herniated discs encroaching on the thecal sac or pinching a nerve
- Cervical herniated disc causing numbness, tingling, muscle weakness or pain in the arms
Back and Midback Injuries
- Lower back pain, herniated disc and bulging discs
- Lower back sprains and strains
- Spondylolisthesis (lumbar) L5-S1, slipped discs and ruptured discs
- L5-S1 transforaminal lumbar inner body fusion
- L5-S1 pedicle screw fusion
- L5 hemilaminectomy and diskectomy
- Microdissection and bone grafting of the lower back
- Lower back injury requiring Electromyography (EMG)
- Thoracic (mid back) injuries including, but not limited to, compression fractures
- Shoulder injuries (labrum tears, rotator cuff tears, etc.) requiring surgery and/or manipulation under anesthesia (MUA)
- Tears of the Glenohumeral joint, Acromioclavicular (AC) joint or Sternoclavicular joint requiring surgery
- Clavicle fractures including surgery
- Humerus fractures including surgery
- Fractured ribs
- Elbow fractures including surgery
- Nerve damage to the arm
- Wrist (radius, ulna) fractures requiring surgery
- Metacarpal fractures (e.g. scaphoid fracture, etc.) and finger fractures requiring surgery and hardware
- Nailbed injuries
- Hip fractures, acetabulum fractures, hip socket fractures and pelvic rim fractures.
- Intertrochanteric hip fractures requiring surgery
Sexual Organ Injuries
- Erectile dysfunction
- Loss of spleen
- Injury to the flank area, abdomen and umbilical hernias
- Femur fractures requiring surgery
- Kneecap (Patella) fractures requiring surgery
- Hamstring tears or rupture
- Knee injuries (e.g. plica, medial meniscus tears, meniscus horn tears) requiring surgery
- Bruised knee, edema or swelling in the knee
- Below the knee amputation
- Lower leg fractures (tibia plateau fracture, tibia fracture, fibula fracture) requiring surgery
- Achilles tendon injuries including multiple skin grafts
Ankle and Foot Injuries
- Ankle fractures
- Foot fractures (Calcaneus fracture, Cuboid fracture, etc.)
- Ankle tears (e.g. peroneal tear, etc.)
- Broken toes including surgery
Were you injured in a Florida car crash or other type of accident?
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Check out some of the many Florida injury cases that we have settled, including but not limited to car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bike accidents, pedestrian accidents, drunk driving (DUI) accidents, taxi accidents and much more.
We want to represent you!
Our Miami law firm represents people injured anywhere in Florida in car accidents, truck accidents, slip, trip and falls, motorcycle accidents, bike accidents, drunk driving crashes, pedestrian accidents, accidents involving an Uber or Lyft driver and many other types of accidents.
We want to represent you if you were injured in an accident in Florida, on a cruise ship or boat. If you live in Florida but were injured in another state we may also be able to represent you.
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Call us now at (888) 594-3577 to find out for FREE if we can represent you.
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Over the past 11 years years, we have represented and settled cases for people who were injured in accidents in the following counties and cities including, but not limited to, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach County, Miami, Kendall, Hialeah, Homestead, Miami Gardens, Miami Beach, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Miramar, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Port St. Lucie, Deerfield Beach, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Jupiter, Fort Pierce, Tampa-St. Petersburg, Orlando, Jacksonville, Sarasota-Bradenton, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Palm Bay, Melbourne, Pensacola, Kissimmee, Bonita Springs, Lakeland, Tallahassee, Winter Haven, Gainesville, Ocala and more.