Attorneys For People Injured In Car Accidents

After suffering an injury or losing a loved one in a car accident in Florida, you may not know whether you need a lawyer. As long as your insurance is up-to-date, you may believe the insurance carriers will handle all the details and treat you fairly when you file a claim. Unfortunately, most people discover that insurance companies are a lot more interested in protecting their bottom lines than in providing full and fair compensation to accident victims.

Before You Accept An Insurance Settlement, Call Us: 863-578-4755

At Saunders Law Group, our attorneys have decades of experience fighting on behalf of people who need and deserve full and fair compensation for financial damages after motor vehicle accidents. Whether the damages are for medical bills, lost earnings while out of work, property damage to the vehicle, or pain and suffering, we know how to build the strongest possible cases so that our clients receive the medical care and financial compensation they need and deserve.

Why Our Double Board Certification Matters

There are fewer than 100 law firms in the State of Florida that have earned double board certification in the areas of civil trial and business litigation. Our credentials and awards mean that our name is recognized by insurance companies, and they know we must be taken seriously. We know the legal procedures; we know how courts have ruled on similar cases in the past; and we know how to win in court if a trial becomes necessary.

Free Initial Consultation To Answer These Important Questions

To the average person, the legal aspects of an auto accident can be very complicated. If you have been in a car accident and you're having difficulty receiving compensation or proving who was at fault, Saunders Law Group is here to help.

When you sit down with one of our lawyers, we will review these questions:

  • Were there serious injuries in the car accident?
  • Are you having trouble with your insurance or the other party's insurer?
  • Has your claim been denied or delayed?
  • Is the at-fault party uninsured?
  • Was there serious property damage involved?

Determining Which Driver Is At Fault

Determining who is to blame for a car accident is not always a clear-cut issue. Several factors go into determining fault, including:

  • Driving habits, like speeding, abrupt lane changes or tailgating
  • Driving with broken or faulty equipment
  • Distracted driving: driving while talking or texting on a cellphone
  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Dangerous roads or intersections

At Saunders Law Group, our attorneys know that determining fault can be a very complicated issue. We will assist you in laying out your case to prove fault and make sure that you are compensated for the injuries and damages you have suffered.

Full Motor Vehicle Accident Litigation Services
We also represent drivers and injured passengers in claims involving motorcycle accidents and accidents involving large trucks and commercial vehicles.

How Much Financial Compensation Should You Be Entitled To?

Sometimes even when fault is proven without a doubt, receiving compensation for damages or injuries can be a hassle. Florida is a no-fault insurance state, meaning that compensation for basic property and injury damages are guaranteed without a determination of fault under the Personal Injury Protection ("PIP") coverage of the applicable automobile policy.

However, an insurance company may deem that "reasonable compensation" is far less than the cost of the injuries you have suffered. Saunders Law Group will represent you to ensure that the insurance company pays full compensation for any injury or damage that you endure.

Call Us To Schedule A Free Consultation

We charge no fees for your case review with an attorney. If you retain us for representation, we will not recover attorney's fees unless we recover money on your behalf through a negotiated settlement or trial verdict. Call 863-578-4755 or contact us by email to request a time to meet with one of our lawyers as soon as possible. With offices in Bartow, Florida, we advise and represent clients throughout Polk, Highlands, Hardee and Hillsborough counties.