The Personal Injury Department of The Ticktin Law Group recently won a $350,000 settlement for our client who was the victim of an automobile accident. The accident occurred when our client was slowing down for traffic on I-95. Roads were slippery and the other driver slammed into our client’s vehicle from behind. Our client suffered immediate pain from the rear-end collision. Realizing the importance of seeking treatment, our client did the right thing by visiting a doctor that same day. It is critical to receive medical treatment right away. Florida’s new Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Law states that you have just 14 days after your accident to seek medical attention for your injuries.
Numerous diagnostic testing revealed the extent of our client’s injuries. requiring surgery. As a result, the Personal Injury Department of The Ticktin Law Group demanded maximum compensation for our client. The liability insurance carrier tendered their policy limits and the uninsured/underinsured motorist carrier tendered their policy limits. While no amount of money is ever enough to cover the pain and suffering of an automobile accident, both our client and the firm were satisfied with the $350,000 settlement.
Fighting for the Compensation You Deserve
If you are the victim of an automobile accident, seek medical treatment with the alloted 14 days. In Florida, you have four years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. It may also in your best interest to contact an experienced Personal Injury attorney. The Ticktin Law Group offers free consultations and all of our Personal Injury cases are on a contingency basis. That means we don’t get paid unless you do. By going over all the facts, an attorney can help illustrate how to proceed with your case. Call (561) 232-2222 or fill out our contact form to schedule your free appointment today.
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