While “minor fender benders” in South Florida often result in negligible property damages, it is never safe to assume that such simple accidents always result in logical outcomes. “Fender bender” is a low-speed minor accident that can turnout exceptionally costly when all is said and done. Vehicle occupants, for instance, could have suffered injuries that were not immediately apparent at the time of the collision. And since insurance company adjusters are not necessarily agreeable with these premises – often offering inadequate compensation to individuals involved in car crashes dealing with lesser property damage – it is highly recommended that, if you’ve been involved in any kind of auto accident, you take these immediate important steps: First, contact law enforcement to report the accident. With a report, the driver at fault will not be able to deny the accident never occurred. Second, take pictures to document any damage to your car. Third, visit a doctor as soon as possible, as a trained physician can detect physical damage that may not be immediately apparent. Very often, injuries occur days or weeks following the accident. And lastly, secure the assistance of an experienced auto accident and personal injury attorney.
It is the job of Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A., to fight for your rights and ensure proper settlement for your pain and suffering. Should you or a loved one have unfortunately been injured in any type of an auto accident in South Florida, it is vital that you contact our Injury Legal Team immediately so that the evidence we need on the vehicle itself or at the accident scene is not lost. Our experienced lawyers will evaluate your accident claim free of charge and advise you of the necessary steps to secure the compensation you deserve. Contact us today, toll-free, at 1-800-TellRobert. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.