Who’s Fault Was It, Anyway?
October 8, 2012
Rarely does a day go by when South Florida commuters do not come upon at least one auto accident during their daily travels. Sometimes, however, despite the fact that insurance information is exchanged between parties or citations issued by law enforcement authorities, it takes the efforts of a personal injury lawyer to determine who was at fault for the accident and whether or not multiple parties bear responsibility.
Even if a driver is cited by the police following an auto accident in South Florida, there may be others who should also be held accountable for any damages. If an injury resulted from the accident, an experienced auto accident lawyer will investigate the accident to determine if any defective or poorly engineered parts might have played a role or if the roadway itself could have contributed to the accident or the injury in any way. Because injury victims will face extensive medical bills, it is important for the lawyer who is pursuing compensation to seek the maximum amount available from all sources that are culpable in the accident.
If you are in South Florida and have been in an auto accident in which you suffered an injury, a South Florida auto accident lawyer with Lawlor, Winston, White & Murphey will have the expertise and experience that you need to obtain the most compensation to which you are entitled. Whether or not the other driver was cited, your lawyer will assiduously pursue every available avenue to ensure that you are not exposed to financial strain because of the auto accident that injured you.
Serving South Florida with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Naples, and Venice, Lawlor, Winston, White & Murphey are seasoned auto accident lawyers with a winning record of guiding injury victims through every detail of a case and ensuring fair and reasonable treatment by insurance companies. The Lawlor, Winston, White & Murphey team has tried more than 100 jury trials and obtained verdicts, judgments and settlements in excess of $100 million for their clients. Please visit our website to discuss your case.
If you’re concerned that you can’t afford the services of a South Florida auto accident lawyer, rest assured that we work on a contingency basis—you don’t pay us until you receive the compensation from the insurance companies.