Zealous Legal Representation After Automobile Accidents
Auto accidents are the most common source of personal injury. According to the National Safety Council, approximately 34,700 motor vehicle fatalities occurred in 2010, while countless others suffered permanent and life-changing injuries. Florida and New York account for a large share of these senseless deaths and injuries.
A motor vehicle accident can dramatically change the life of an injured party and the family of the injured victim. In addition to the pain, suffering and emotional distress, there are insurance companies, medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses and considerations to deal with. Attorney Patrick Tighe believes that injury victims should make their welfare their priority while he protects their right to fair compensation at X1Law, P.A., in West Palm Beach.
Learn Your Rights. We Help You Assert Them.
An injured car accident victim may be entitled to receive financial compensation for many or all of their post-accident concerns. The car accident victim’s family may also be entitled to receive financial compensation resulting from the injuries suffered by the victim. Often, motor vehicle accident victims do not receive full compensation for their injuries, pain and other concerns.
An average person is unaware of the full value of their claim and other benefits available to them through the wrongdoer’s insurance and their own insurance. This is where an experienced personal injury lawyer can help you to maximize your recovery.
The insurance companies hope that you accept their initial, low offer because you do not know the true value of the compensation you are entitled to. We have dealt with insurance companies thousands of times for diverse and unique injuries and complex liability circumstances. We can help you determine and receive the full benefit you are entitled to. Don’t face the sophisticated claims departments of billion-dollar insurance companies alone. Let a trusted and dedicated personal injury lawyer take them on so you can focus on what’s most important – your recovery.