Car Accident Lawyers in Kendall and Coral Springs, Florida


Car accidents frequently occur in Florida, especially because of the high traffic on many Florida roadways.  If you’ve been in a car accident, you and your family may have the right to seek damages to cover your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, roadway accident deaths in Florida cost residents $3.02 billion dollars per year.  These figures don’t even begin to account for the cost of car accidents resulting in serious or disabling injuries.  Car accidents can leave victims suffering from injuries like brain damage, spinal cord injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder, internal injuries, broken bones, burns, and more.  These injuries can impact a person’s life for years to come and sometimes for their entire lifetime.

If you or someone you love was injured in a car accident in Florida, reach out today to Miller Trial Law to find out what legal options you have so you do not delay and potentially waive them.  Regardless of who was determined to be at fault, we focus on finding liability or insurance coverage that you might not be aware of.  For example, we may be able to successfully apportion fault to the other driver who was originally found not to be at fault or make a claim for uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.  We are also highly experienced in uncovering hidden claims such as a negligent roadway design, automotive product defects, and claims for negligent service, maintenance, or repair.  Our team provides free consultations to review the details of your case, review the circumstances surrounding your accident, help get you the medical treatment you need, negotiate with insurance companies, and fight to help you get the settlement you may deserve under the law.

 Steps You Can Take If You’ve Been in a Car Accident in Florida


If you’ve been in a car accident in Florida, there are several steps you can take to protect your rights.  The actions you take at the scene of the accident, and the choices you make in the hours and days that follow your accident can have a significant impact on the outcome of your claim should you need to file a personal injury lawsuit.  Even professionals who have a knowledge of what to do following a car accident can find themselves at a loss in the midst of the adrenaline and stress of an accident.  Here’s a brief list of things to keep in mind if you’ve been in a car accident in Florida:

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    • Call 911. Even if you think the accident was minor and there are no injuries, you should still call the police.  Sometimes injuries can take days or even weeks before they manifest themselves. For example, some types of brain injury, spinal cord injury, or post-traumatic stress disorder might not appear right away.  Sometimes damage to a vehicle might appear minor, but could, in fact, be costly.  Consider calling the police if there is any doubt.
    • Make sure everyone is safe and that people who are hurt are able to get medical care and attention. It’s the law.
    • Once everyone is safe and police have been called, take the time to exchange contact information with the other driver or others involved. You should get the name, insurance information, contact information of the other driver and take notes about what took place.
    • If other people witnessed the accident, take down their names and contact information. You will also want the name, contact information, and police report of the officer taking down your information.
    • If you can safely do so, you should photograph the entire scene of the accident, including any skid marks and all vehicles involved.
    • Contact your insurance company. Many insurance companies require prompt reporting of the accident, but be mindful of the information you provide to your insurance company before you hire a lawyer as they often request to record the conversation for future use.
    • Keep in mind that the other driver’s insurance carrier might reach out to you for information and may request to record the conversation. Remember, insurance companies are in the business of making money and will likely look for ways to avoid paying your claim or avoid paying full value on your claim, so you should strongly consider consulting with an attorney before you communicate with the other driver’s insurance carrier.
    • Reach out today to our compassionate team to preserve your rights and make sure you get the medical treatment you need, as you could waive certain benefits by not timely seeking medical attention. We stand ready to fight on your behalf, but do not delay as there is only a limited amount of time to bring a case.

    Based in Miami, Florida, Miller Trial Law proudly represents clients throughout the entire State of Florida and is available for free virtual and in-person consultations at numerous locations.