#5 in a series of discussions on Florida’s Motor Vehicle No-Fault Statute
So in the past four articles, we have laid a very basic but realistic foundation for how Florida’s automobile no-fault laws had come into effect and how they were intended to operate in the best interests of the automobile insurance industry. The basis of this article will be to discuss what is the appropriate course of action for the unfortunate victims of motor vehicle accidents in Fort Lauderdale, Florida as well as the state of Florida.
First of all, if you or someone you care for is seriously injured as a result of a vehicular accident, then you all too well know what it means to suffer pain, physical disfigurement, scarring, loss of income, loss of personal enjoyment, and emotional distress, to name a few of the common injuries and damages suffered by the victims.
The question then becomes whether you choose to hold the person or company that caused your auto, motorcycle or trucking accident responsible for your injuries and damages, and if so, what is the appropriate and proper manner to do so? We will discuss this in two separate segments. The first segment will be a discussion concerning the philosophical aspects of bringing a claim for personal injuries and damages and the second article will be a discussion of how it is actually brought from a practical standpoint. Those articles will then be followed by a discussion of whether and how to choose the legal representation that would best serve your interests.