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Car Accident Attorney in Broward County

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You may be eligible to receive monetary benefits. 

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Insurance companies will try to use any information they can to prove that the degree of your injuries is less than specified.

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An auto accident lawyer will help you fully understand your rights and the monetary benefits to which you may be entitled to.

Car accidents put a lot of stress on the body. This is especially true if you are driving at higher speeds. Your body will have more adrenaline due to your velocity, and any impacts will do far more damage to your tissues. With so many major expressways running through Broward County, many of the car accidents that take place happen at higher speeds.

This means that if you have been in a car accident in Broward County, you are more likely to have suffered some form of personal injury, just because you will have statistically been travelling at a higher speed compared to counties that have fewer expressways.

At 1-800VINCENT, we cover what you need to do if you have been injured in a car accident in Broward County. That’s so you can start the recovery process as quickly and as painfully as possible.

Seek Medical Attention

After a car accident, you should check to see if you (or anyone in your party) have sustained any injuries. If anybody in your car, or another party, has suffered a major injury, you should immediately call an ambulance; if the person’s injuries are minor or less serious than you should still get medical treatment from a doctor or a specialist as soon as you can.

Unfortunately, many people take a ‘wait-and-see’ attitude when dealing with minor injuries from a car accident. There are many times in our everyday lives where leaving a niggling feeling doesn’t lead to major consequences. Doing that with a car accident can lead to severe problems.

That’s because you might have latent injuries, or not feel the full effect of the injuries you already have until sometime after the accident. In any case, you must seek medical treatment for your personal injury as soon as possible. Florida law means that you have two weeks from the accident to get medical treatment to be entitled to medical compensation.

Attend All Follow Up Appointments

Doctors will often recommend additional treatments or surgeries for car accidents victims, as the injuries they incur tend to be complicated. This is especially true for the following injuries:

  • Spinal cord injury

The force of the impact of a car crash makes back injuries and spinal cord injuries common. The spine is a delicate part of the body and responds sensitively to pressure, meaning that the impact of an auto accident can cause the spine and vertebrae to be pushed out of position. This can cause a herniated disk, needing surgery. Often chiropractic treatments are needed for months and years.

  • Brain trauma

The brain is a vastly delicate organ, requiring the skull’s thick bone to protect it in everyday circumstances. Car accidents at speed often create momentum that propels the brain into the skull, causing brain injury or trauma. This can lead to traumatic brain injury, which requires long term treatments.

  • Knee Injuries

Head-on collisions often result in knee problems, as the front of a car can crush the legs of drivers and passengers, giving them serious leg and knee damage. Knees are very complicated and injuring a knee can break bones, tear ligaments and even dislocate joints all at once. These injuries sometimes require years of medical treatment.

  • Internal Bleeding or Trauma

Car accidents at high speed can also lead to trauma on the inside of your body. This trauma can come from internal bleeding or very severe cases like crushed or punctured body organs. These injuries can be fatal and almost always require some form of surgery. These operations can often be long (about twelve hours), which means these injuries can require rehabilitation treatments on top of the expensive surgeries.

  • Broken bones

Most injuries due to car crashes include broken or at least fractured bones. These have various recovery times, depending on the type of bone or break.

Even if you don’t need surgery, you might still need additional medical treatment such as chiropractic or orthopedic care; physical rehabilitation or a series of injections such as those with anti-inflammatory medications for problems with joints.

If you want to receive the full settlement that you deserve, you should do your best to attend all follow-up appointments for medical treatments. If you’re worried about medical bills, call 1-800VINCENT, and we can set you up with a personal injury attorney who can answer any questions you have and represent you on a no-win, no-fee basis.

Record Your Medical Treatments

 You should keep all the evidence of medical treatments and medical bills safely in one place so you can give these to your car accident attorney. This lies hand in hand with attending all the appointments that your doctor recommends you attend. Keeping evidence of treatments and attending them all shows that your crash has seriously impacted you. Failing to do these can result in a reduction of the compensation that you’re deserved.

Contact 1-800 Vincent

Call 1-800VINCENT today for a free consultation. We are a lawyer referral service with a network of experienced and respected personal injury lawyers and car accident lawyers in Dade County. We will match you with the best lawyer for your case, a lawyer who will fight for your right to personal injury compensation, as well as compensation for any other damages you sustained because of the auto accident.


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Step 1


Take pictures of the accident scene and collect eyewitness statements.

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Step 2


Call Vincent and give him the details about your accident. Let Vincent match your case with a personal injury lawyer near you.

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Step 3


Leave your worries in the hands of your injury attorney.

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