Brevard County Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Are you so injured you can’t imagine life ever being normal again? Your catastrophic injury has taken over your life. The bills keep coming in with likely no way to pay them if you can’t work. You can accept this life or you can fight for the money you deserve. Our Brevard County catastrophic injury lawyers have seen these cases before.
You deserve to get money for your injuries. Keep your head above water. Provide for your family. Get the money you deserve. Call us today
Tip #1 – Collect Evidence
No case works without evidence. You may not be able to do this yourself. You can have a friend or family member do it for you.
- Take pictures of the scene
- Get contact info from witnesses
- Get insurance info from anyone involved
- Take pictures of your injuries
Tip #2 – Get Immediate Medical Attention
Get your injuries looked at by a doctor right away. This is an emergency. You cannot get better if you do not get treatment for a catastrophic injury.
Take Your Doctor’s Advice: The success of your case depends on how well you take your doctor’s orders. If you have a follow up appointment you need to go to it. If you have exercises from your doctor to get better you need to do it.
Tip #3 – Hire a Lawyer Right Away
You should not wait to hire a lawyer. There are mistakes you can make that will ruin your case if you do not have the proper guidance.
Statute of Limitations: You have four years to bring your claim in Florida.
Waiting should not be an option. Your case is delicate. Call one of our Brevard County catastrophic injury lawyers right away for a free consultation.
Tip #4 – Don’t Talk to the Insurance Company
The insurance company is not your friend. They do not have your best interests in mind. You deserve money for your injuries but they want to save themselves money.
They will call you looking to get a recorded statement. You don’t have to give them one. In fact, you shouldn’t. They are trained to get you to respond in a way that would hurt your case. If you hurt your case, you are likely not going to get the money you deserve.
You should have your lawyer talk to the insurance company for you. Your lawyer will handle the statement for you. Your rights will be protected.