Florida High Speed Collision Attorney
High Speed Car Accident
Have you been involved in a car accident recently? Were you severely injured or lost a loved one as a result? Was the driver who struck you traveling at an unsafe speed? If so you may have grounds to take civil action against the negligent driver. But time is of the essence. Call the Jacksonville car accident attorneys at Farah & Farah to get the facts on your rights and your options in a free case consultation today. While filing a claim cannot undo the terrible damage that has been done to your family, it can help you overcome any immediate financial hurdles you may be facing. Some of the more common damages victims seek in such collisions include:
- Emergency medical treatment (ambulance, life-flight and emergency room care)
- Long-term hospital arrangements
- Specialists (brain, spine and cardiac physicians)
- Therapeutic services
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
- Wrongful death
Call Farah & Farah for more information. Don't let those responsible for your pain walk away without accepting responsibility for their actions. Let our experienced Florida personal injury team fight for the compensation you deserve. Dial (800) 533-3555 to speak with a representative about scheduling an appointment today.
The Dangers of Speeding in Florida
Regardless of where you may live or work in Florida, there are posted signs letting you know the legal speed limit for that particular stretch of road. Unfortunately, violating these limits is all too common practice, especially through busy intersections and heavily traveled interstate roads. People in a rush to get to work, to the beach or pick up the kids fail to adhere to the posted speeds and create potentially dangerous situations along the road. As a result, thousands of motorists are involved in speed related collisions each year throughout the state, some with deadly results. In a vast majority of these accidents, the driver was unable to take appropriate actions because of the speed in which they were traveling.
In a high-speed crash, the initial impact is your car hitting the other vehicle. Following that, there are secondary and tertiary impacts that involve your body and the car's interior. Naturally, a well-designed and well-maintained vehicle can absorb the majority of the force in a low-speed crash. But as a car accelerates, it's safety features become less and less effective, to the point of being obsolete at extreme speeds. Some of the injuries resulting from high-speed collisions are:
- Traumatic brain or head injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Soft tissue injuries and internal organ
- Herniated disks
Adjustment And Representation in Florida
When dealing with insurance adjusters, it's important to remember that they will do everything they can to keep your settlement as low as possible. While it is despicable behavior, insurance companies are a business, focused on their bottom line. They will use every tool and trick of the trade to undermine your claim. We highly recommend calling Farah & Farah before speaking with any insurance agents - even your own. Our investigators can make a big difference in proving your claim and keeping the insurance companies honest. Call today - (800) 533-3555.