Hire a lawyer. Essentially, insurance carriers try to negotiate every dollar they can, because every $100 means millions in the end to the Board of Directors.
Even in soft tissue injuries, those tissues stretch and scar, or cause corresponding pressure on nerves in the spinal cord, leaving behind permanent problems for some. I have had clients need surgeries years later because of a bulging disk and have their entire world collapse for what seemed inconsequential at the time. Insurance companies want you to settle as soon as possible and treat as little as possible. Attorneys matter. They change their gameplan when a lawyer is involved. It seems like your injuries are more serious.
For that reason - and the misinformation by TV lawyers and referral services- is why people should consult lawyers who take the time like on sites like this. Because of the economy, more lawyers are jumping into personal injury and should stick to what they know. Personal injury law REQUIRED knowledge about medical science and biomechanics (the forces on a body in a wreck) far greater and more specific than you'd think. The other side has doctors and millions on their side to say nothing is wrong or fight the claim. If you have any further questions, feel free to email me- firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our website- www.knowthelawyer.com. We'd love to help you. Our number is 800-6-know-law.
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If you were injured due to the negligence of another driver, retain a personal injury lawyer in your city. If the accident was your fault, report the accident to your insurance company to resolve.
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You should contact a local personal injury ASAP. Most offer free consultations. Do not talk to the other insurance company.
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Yes. You should contact an experienced and aggressive attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. Make sure you ask questions of whomever you retain.
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Yes hire a lawyer in the Orlando area. You should easily find many to choose from. Good luck.
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Contact a Florida attorney immediately. Also, seek immediate medical care. However, any attorney you hire should be able to assist you with your medical treatment and lost wages. Feel free to visit my site at www.InCourt.com or call with questions.
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I agree with my collegues and again suggest you seek out and speak to a qualified Florida personal injury attorney immediately. The process of making a claim for personal injury can be complicated and requires an attorney that practices daily in personal injury law. Do not let an insurance company speak with you and do not sign any insurance company documentation until you consult with an attorney. There are many qualified Florida personal injury attorneys on Avvo that would be glad to speak with you and evaluate your case. Let an attorney handle your case so you can focus on getting better.
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These questions rather surprize me. First thing's first: go see a DOCTOR and get treated for your injuries. The lawyers will be there, and will benefit greatly from having a professional diagnosis of all the things you are suffering from. After seeing the doctor do not wait -- do seek legal counsel.Ask a similar question
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