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An accident can change your life in the blink of an eye. The aftermath is a confusion of medical appointments, insurance claims, repairs and other related matters. People you meet may offer you advice on what to do. Here’s our advice: get medical attention immediately then file a police report. When you’re able, hire a transportation accident attorney as quickly as possible to help you get the compensation you deserve. Waiting too long can harm your case. Medical records and police reports are the first step to documenting your accident and building your case.

What will a transportation accident mean for you?

  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses
  • Hospital bills
  • Prescriptions
  • Rental car expenses
  • Property repair or replacement
  • Pain and suffering
  • Other related expenses  

Keep detailed records of all your expenses, no matter how small or inconsequential.

There are also some things you should NOT do after an accident:

  • Apologize to the other party. An admission of guilt can damage your case
  • Refuse medical treatment. This can also damage your case
  • Answer questions by the other party or their insurer. Only answer questions from your own legal counsel
  • Accept a settlement from the other party’s insurer. Speak with your attorney first
  • Don’t sign anything until you’ve spoken to an attorney first

You may be wondering how you’ll pay for these expenses. When you hire a Klein Law Group accident attorney, you’ll have experienced lawyers on your side to help you through the process and get you the compensation you deserve.

We handle multiple types of transportation accidents, including:

Insurance companies and the party at fault will have tough attorneys defending them. Their job is to defeat your claim and settle it for as little as possible. Shouldn’t you defend yourself too? Let the transportation attorneys at Klein Law Group handle the insurance companies while you concentrate on healing and getting your life back.

The state of Florida has time limits in which to bring your personal injury case. With this in mind, you should file your lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires, the judge will almost certainly dismiss your case, no matter how good you claim may be.

At Klein Law Group, we take the time to investigate your case, discuss your options, and help determine the best legal path for you. Our transportation accident attorneys in South Florida have an unwavering commitment to our clients and are here to help you. Don’t let an accident derail your life. Contact us today to set up your free consultation.