What To Do After Suffering A Personal Injury In Lakeland Or Sebring, Florida
To own and register a car in Florida, you must have insurance. At a minimum, you must have $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. Following a car accident, most people believe that their insurance company and the insurance company of the other driver will compensate them for their injuries. If you were not responsible for the accident, you might imagine that insurance will pay for your medical bills and other costs without much hassle. Unfortunately, in most cases, that simply isn’t how it works.
Insurance companies exist to make money. They don’t make money by paying people’s bills after an accident. They are happy to collect your premiums, but they will not be so happy to give you the coverage you deserve. At Winters & Yonker, P.A., our aggressive attorneys work to protect personal injury victims. We take on insurance companies to help our clients get the money they deserve. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident or premises liability accident in Lakeland or Sebring, Florida, we can help you.
We Make House Calls
If you have suffered a serious injury, you either know or will soon discover that getting around is quite a hassle. We visit clients in the hospital or at their homes if they are unable to come to us. From our offices in Tampa, we travel throughout the region. We are committed to getting you the money you need with as little hassle and stress as possible.
Without a lawyer on your side, it can be difficult to be taken seriously by insurance adjusters. They have substantial experience confusing, tricking and cheating people who don’t deal with them every day. If you are not represented or if you are represented by an attorney who won’t go to trial, the insurance company may not offer you a fair settlement. You deserve better.
If you have been in a car accident in Lakeland or suffered a slip-and-fall injury in Sebring, contact us online or call 888-373-7770 right away. We offer a free, no-risk consultation to answer your questions and help you understand your rights.