Jacksonville Automobile Accident – What If I Am Injured as a Passenger?

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In Jacksonville, Florida, automobile accidents are recently reported and seen throughout the community. Jacksonville is known as the largest city in the United States from a land mass standpoint. There are highways, expressways, bridges, and other roads that are loaded with traffic. Because of the size and type of roadways throughout the community, automobile and trucking accidents are recently reports. Many of which result in serious personal injuries and some even result in the death of drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motorcyclists, bicyclists, and others. A serious automobile accident was recently reported by the Jacksonville Time Union on Mayport Road. It was reported that a woman suffered serious personal injuries that resulted when the truck (Ford Ranger) that she was occupying hit a light pole at Mayport Road and the Wonderwood Expressway. The injuries were reported as light threatening. Due to the circumstances of the accident and the severity of the injuries, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO) will conduct an investigation to determine the cause and preventability of this automobile accident.
When a person suffers injuries as a result of a Florida automobile accident, there are often many issues and challenges faced by the injury victim. Where should I go for medical treatment? Who is responsible for my medical bills? What automobile insurance coverage is available for my injuries and medical bills? Do I have a legal case to pursue for my personal injuries? These are all excellent questions. Unfortunately, many automobile accidents in Jacksonville, Florida result in life changing injuries. When a person is injured as a result of the negligence or fault of another person, there may be legal remedies and compensation available to the automobile accident victim. Often times, it is helpful to consult with and hire a Florida personal injury attorney to get legal advice regarding liability, automobile insurance, rights of reimbursement, rights to compensation, medical bills, medical treatment and other matters. Wood, Atter & Wolf provides its injury clients and potential clients with a Free Consultation on all injury matters. If the case is accepted by the Jacksonville Florida law firm, then the case is handled on a contingency attorney fee basis (i.e. No Recovery – No Fees). It does not costs any money up front to hire the services of an experienced attorney to assist you or a family member with the Florida personal injury case or claim. At Wood, Atter & Wolf, we have been On Your Side – At Your Side for injury clients since 1957.

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