Car Accident

Auto accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, potentially changing your life. When the accident and ensuing injuries are the result of another driver’s negligence, you deserve justice. Future Firm Law can help.

It’s a fact that many times, victims of car accidents are tempted to try alone to get compensation from insurance companies. Unfortunately, without the assistance of a car accident attorney, they can cost themselves thousands of dollars in compensation. It’s good to remember that insurance companies are not on your side—they are focused on their bottom line, and that includes your own insurance company. Our car accident and personal injury attorneys have experience dealing with insurance companies and with ensuring our clients get every penny of what they are rightfully owed.

If you or a loved one have been injured in an auto accident caused by another person’s negligence, you may be able to recover funds for any injuries you have sustained. Some of the types of monetary compensation available in a Future Firm Law personal injury claim include:

  • Punitive damages
  • Emotional distress
  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages

Why You Should Hire an Auto Accident Attorney

The four counties in the Tampa Bay region (Hernando, Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco) combined for more than 48,000 traffic accidents in the year 2021 and are on pace to reach an even higher number this year. If you are in a car accident, and don’t want to face fighting insurance companies and the legal system alone, call Future Firm Law.

  • We promise to do our very best to get the maximum financial compensation for your losses.
  • We have experience negotiating and litigating all types of auto accidents, from commercial trucking to pedestrian collisions.
  • We have a strong belief in customer service and providing personalized attention to all our clients, from the smallest to the largest.
  • We have seen it all. We know how adjusters work, and how to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of every case.
  • Our most important job is to help you develop your case, maximizing its strengths and mitigating its weaknesses, until you get the end result and compensation you deserve.

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What if the Other Driver is Uninsured?

Though the percentage of uninsured drivers varies from state to state, Florida has the highest, with about 26.7% of all drivers being uninsured. When you are involved in an auto accident and the driver who is at fault is uninsured, you may still be able to get compensation for your damages—which could include emotional distress, lost wages, pain and suffering and medical expenses.

Uninsured motorist coverage, through your own insurance policy, is how you can recover those funds. Though uninsured motorist coverage is not required in the state of Florida, insurance companies must offer at least $10,000 in uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage per person, or up to $20,000 per accident. What this means is that if you get into an accident and the at-fault driver is uninsured, you can collect compensation from your own insurance company for your damages up to the policy limits of your uninsured motorist coverage. Your insurance premiums should not be increased as a result. Uninsured/underinsured coverage may be the most vital insurance you can purchase and is relatively inexpensive.

How Much is My Case Worth?

The amount of compensation you could receive in your particular case depends on the types of injuries and/or property damage you have incurred. At Future Firm Law, our auto accident attorneys will make sure your damages are completely documented and will then aggressively pursue your fair and full compensation for them. No matter what type of auto accident your case involves, you can always trust us to fight for your best interests. We will take care of your legal battles, so you can focus on you and your family’s recovery:

  • Mental anguish
  • Temporary or permanent disability accommodations
  • Medical debts
  • Lost enjoyment of life
  • Future hospital bills and health care expenses
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Past and future lost wages
  • Wrongful death damages
  • Vehicle repairs or replacement
  • Emotional distress
  • Punitive damages