What To Do After A Motor Vehicle Accident Injury
It’s critical that you seek professional medical attention. It doesn’t matter if you think your injury might just be minor. Getting a professional medical diagnosis often tells an entirely different story.
Even if you don’t have health insurance, you should seek medical attention after an auto accident. The personal injury protection (PIP) insurance or uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) insurance on your auto insurance policy will cover your initial medical bills.
Once you have received appropriate medical care, it is important to contact a personal injury lawyer in Florida. Do not speak with any insurance company representative without speaking to a lawyer first.
Your Fullest Possible Recovery Is Important To Us
Insurance companies (even your own) are less concerned with your full recovery of expenses than they are with minimizing the amount that they will have to pay out following your accident.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident with a negligent or reckless driver, you have the right to sue for full and fair compensation. No insurance company will make an initial settlement or coverage offer equal to the amount that an experienced personal injury attorney can secure on your behalf.
At Brannon & Brannon, we build cases to secure maximum compensation for our clients. Based in Fort Walton Beach, we handle cases throughout the Florida Panhandle, serving clients injured in Okaloosa, Walton and Santa Rosa counties since 1991.
Successful Case Results Involving All Types Of Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
Whether you are from Florida or from out of state, you need a local lawyer who knows the local courts, doctors and insurance providers to apply appropriate leverage in your case. We collaborate with medical experts to establish full and fair compensation for your past, present and future expenses involving:
- Back injuries
- Whiplash injuries
- Neck injuries
- Air bag injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)/Closed head injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Burn injuries
- Eye injuries
- Fracture/broken bones
Our attorneys handle all injury cases on a contingent fee basis. We only get paid if you get paid from a settlement or verdict, and we handle all upfront costs of litigation.