If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, you may have to face painful medical procedures and the expense of the bills that go along with them. You may be left with emotional trauma that affects your ability to lead a normal, fulfilling life, pursue your hobbies, effectively parent your children, or earn sufficient income. The effects can be cumulative and long-lasting. Even permanent. And more importantly, very costly. Your life will become much more complicated, overwhelming and expensive after an auto accident, particularly if you were injured. Contacting Pensacola's premier car accident lawyers at Taylor, Warren & Weidner is an important first step to make sure you recover your health as soon as possible, get back to work and life as you knew it before the accident and recover the full extent of your damages. Your damages can include past and future medical bills, past lost wages, loss of earning capacity in the future, as well as any out-of-pocket costs you may have to pay as a result of the car accident. Learn more about the different types of auto insurance and Florida insurance regulations here.
Recovery of those damages, however, can be complicated and difficult because Florida auto insurance law can oftentimes be very confusing. Many car accident victims who call us are often surprised to learn their own insurance company may pay their medical bills even when they were not at fault in the accident. Uninsured motorist coverage (“UM”) and Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) insurance benefits are also confusing to many victims. At Taylor, Warren & Weidner, our skilled car accident lawyers are experienced in navigating the often complex and confusing auto insurance laws and we want to educate you on the types of insurance available and how they can best be used to ensure you obtain full recovery of your bills and expenses after an auto accident.