Can I Receive Compensation For My Broken Arm And Neck Injury Following A Van Crash Even If The Police Notated That The Tires Were Badly Worn?
It depends. If you are the owner of the van and failed to maintain your tires or drove on bald tires, you may not be able to file a personal injury claim for your damages. However, in Florida, you still will have access to your Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance coverage. This means that you need to see a doctor within 14 days of the date of your accident in order to recover any PIP medical benefits.
If you were the driver of the van but not the owner, you may have legal rights to a financial recovery by pursuing a claim against the van’s owner and the insurance company. Or you may be covered under your own PIP benefits, health insurance, or other type of insurance coverage. In either event, it is critical that you seek medical treatment as soon as possible following this Florida van crash so you don’t miss out on recovering any benefits you are entitled to under the law.
If you were injured in a van accident as a passenger, you may also have a personal injury claim in Florida for your damages and medical bills. To find out how to hold the negligent party responsible for your injuries and losses, you should speak to a skilled Broward County personal injury lawyer.
An experienced attorney will be able to inform you how to get the most compensation possible and will negotiate on your behalf to get you the best financial recovery possible. For help with your claim, contact the Law Offices of David Benenfeld at 954-677-0155 for a free consultation today.