Every year, most catastrophic injuries are caused by car, truck, and motorcycle accidents. Drivers and passengers suffer spinal cord injuries and paralysis, head and brain injuries, broken limbs and damage to internal organs. Some of the injured never return to full functioning even after months or years of treatment and therapy.
Obtaining compensation is necessary to pay for necessary medical treatment and physical therapy. It cannot guarantee a full recovery or make up for the loss of a loved one, but it can help pay for food, clothing, and housing as you recover.
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Vehicle Accident Lawyers Fort Lauderdale
The causes of auto accidents vary greatly but distracted drivers, human error and negligence are the most common culprits, especially texting while driving and driving under the influence. Speeding increases the severity of accidents while many reckless drivers swerve in and out of traffic, tailgate, and run lights without thinking of the other drivers around them.
Trucking accidents can be caused by fatigued or distracted drivers, inexperienced drivers, faulty or poorly maintained equipment such as tires, brakes and couplings, illegal lane changing, and improperly loaded cargo that shifts during transport. The enormous weight, length and speed of a semi-truck almost guaranteesa catastrophic injury in any accident.
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Filing a lawsuit after a serious accident involving a vehicle is probably the last thing on your mind. But it is important. Coffey McPharlin have more than 20 years of combined legal experience handling complex and catastrophic accident and injury claims. When you have been hurt and you need a strategic, knowledgeable advocate by your side, look no further than attorney Sam Coffey and his team of trial lawyers. We will help you get the justice you deserve.
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