If you have been injured in an accident, it is important to understand your legal rights and options. A personal injury lawyer can help you navigate the legal process and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

One of the first things you should do after an accident is to seek medical attention. This is important not only for your physical well-being but also to document the extent of your injuries.

Next, it is important to gather evidence related to the accident. This may include photographs of the scene, the contact information of any witnesses, and any medical records or bills related to your injuries.
Once you have this information, you should contact a personal injury lawyer. An experienced attorney can help you determine the value of your claim and negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf.
If a settlement cannot be reached, your lawyer can also represent you in court.

It’s also important to note that personal injury law is state-specific, so it’s best to hire an attorney who practices in the state where the accident occurred.

Also, when searching for a personal injury lawyer, it’s important to check their qualifications, experience, and history of past cases.

We have a well-staffed with a full-time, full-time office located at Highlands County. We invite you to call our Injury Lawyers Firm now to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation. We can be reached at [email protected] to schedule an appointment. We’ll be glad to speak to you over the phone or meet you in person at our Highlands County office at the address Sebring, FL 33870. For now, to find frequently asked questions, please look over the information below.

Where is the Accident Lawyerz A FIRM located?

The Accident Lawyers Firm is a law firm that serves clients across central Florida. Along with other offices that we serve, we have a well-staffed fully-staffed office located in Highlands County. Contact our Accident Lawyers Firm located in Highlands County today for free, no-hassle advice.


The Accident Lawyers has a wide range of personal injury claims, including the following categories of personal injury law:

Vehicle Accidents. Car Accidents. Truck Accidents.Motorcycle Accidents Bicycle Accidents Pedestrian Accidents — – Dog Bites -Slip, Trip, and Falls — Brain Injury -the Spinal Cord Injuries

What should you do if You are involved in an Accident?

If you are involved in an accident, it is important to take the following steps:

Should you engage a lawyer?

Absolutely. A typical person doesn’t possess the necessary knowledge to create an injury claim or navigate the complexities regarding personal injury legislation or assess the value of the personal injury case. For instance are you aware of how to manage an injury lawsuit? Are you aware of all Florida legislation and cases that apply to your situation? Are you aware of how to find and assess the amount of insurance you are entitled to (e.g. BI, UM, PIP, etc.) are available to settle your case? Are you aware of which, is the case? If any, which of your sources of collateral (e.g. an insurance company, Medicare, or Medicaid) are required to be reimbursed in the settlement you received for your personal injury or what you should do if your collateral source isn’t responsive or fair? A knowledgeable attorney is knowledgeable of the relevant Florida statutes and their relation to your specific situation. Additionally, an experienced attorney will be able to enhance your personal injury case by recovering more than what you could have gotten in the absence of the attorney.

What does a personal injury Attorneys do for clients?

This is not a complete list of what an attorney’s personal service provides to their clients. (1) Analyze the claims, for example receiving an official police statement, should there be it exists or obtain pictures of the scene of the accident as well as other pertinent items including the vehicles involved in the accident as well as the analysis of the medical records of the client as well as interview witnesses, such as medical experts and medical professionals as well as review the policies of all insurance companies and laws applicable to the case and resolve the issue with the responsible party and their insurer as appropriate, such as taking care of the filing and monitoring of the filing of a lawsuit, if needed. (2) Pay for all costs of litigation incurred while seeking to pursue the claim. The costs of litigation typically include items like documents related to medical expenses, fees that are imposed by the Court and court reporters as well as process servers as well as the costs incurred by experts. If a case goes to trial, the costs of litigation typically run into hundreds of thousands of dollars. (3) Assist the client when dealing with the client’s insurance company, which could include PIP claims as well as property damage claims in addition to UM claims. (4) The client will be represented when dealing with the driver who is at fault as well as his insurance firm. (5) represent the customer in court. (6) Negotiate and supervise any settlement. (7) 7. Discuss resolution of outstanding liens and medical bills in the aftermath of settlement.


Right now! Attorney Mia Cloud will provide an initial consultation for free in the event that you decide to retain us, begin work as soon as possible on your matter. The earlier you start, the more efficient. The insurance company of the party at fault starts collecting information, documents, and photographs and conducts witness interviews immediately. Do not let them arrive first. In addition, if you are not quick enough, vital witnesses and evidence could disappear. Contact our Accident Lawyers Firm immediately!

How long will a personal Injuries Case take to resolve?

It is contingent on a variety of different factors that are out of the control of the attorney and client such as the extent of injuries suffered by the client and the treatment plan as well as how much insurance is available and the number of insurers and parties involved, as well as the insurer’s willingness to talk about a fair settlement. The more difficult the insurance companies battle and the longer it takes. In light of these aspects, an average personal injury lawsuit could take from months to several years to conclude. One reason that it takes this long is that it is not a good idea to settle a case before the victim has completed the treatment, as you take only one bite of the fruit and can’t return for more in the event that you require additional care. In addition, if the case becomes litigated it could be more than a year to get an appeal through the overcrowded legal system.

What kind of damages are you entitled to recover?

The majority of accident victims are eligible to seek the following kinds of damage: (1) MEDICAL BILLS The majority of people are eligible to receive reimbursement for all their medical bills that are reasonable and directly related to the incident. This includes future medical expenses caused by your injuries. (2) LOST WAGES In general, you are eligible to receive compensation for the loss of all wages that are directly caused by the accident. This includes the loss of wages from the past and also the loss of earning potential in the future. (3) PAIN AND SUFFERING The general rule is that you are legally entitled to claim compensation for your entire suffering and pain resulting from the accident, in the past and the future. Damages for pain and suffering are not to be taken as a matter of course. Based on the situation the amount of pain and suffering awarded are often substantial. (4) OUT OF PAYMENTS You are entitled to claim all your expenses out of pocket which includes mileage between and to your doctor as well as the cost of prescription drugs. Make sure to keep the track of these expenses because they are difficult to determine. (5) PUNITIVE DAMAGES In certain circumstances such as in the case when a motorist is drunk you may be able to seek punitive damages. Punitive damages are designed to punish the perpetrator of a crime reckless or intentional actions. In Florida, the Florida Legislature has passed a number of statutes to define and limit the amount in punitive damages. However, it is important to understand that, under the proper conditions, punitive damages can be possible to recover.

What is the value of your case? worth?

The top priority is your health. If you are in pain or are experiencing symptoms/limitations, you should seek medical treatment regardless of the potential positive or negative effects on the value of your claim. Leaving aside that the value of your case is contingent upon various factors, like the circumstances of the incident (inflammatory circumstances can cause the value to increase) as well as the extent to which the victim is at a comparative fault in the cause of the accident the credibility and trustworthiness of the witnesses and parties as well as the age of the victim’s injuries, the course of medical treatment, the future prognosis for the patient, the total medical bills, liens, and write-offs, as well as additional factors. A seasoned accident lawyer will evaluate the facts of your case, and help you determine the value of the settlement in your situation.

Do you have to go to court?

It’s not always the case, but it’s sometimes required to achieve the greatest amount of compensation. A majority of clients would prefer to avoid going to court, and we usually manage to negotiate a fair settlement without having to file any lawsuit. However, insurance companies are uncompromising, and often it is necessary to file a lawsuit prior to the insurance company making an acceptable settlement offer. For instance, we took on a case where we demanded $100,000 for insurance policy limits. The insurance company of the party at fault provided only $8,000 in exchange for settling the matter. We started a lawsuit and swiftly brought the case to trial. Six months later the insurance company presented the policy limits of $100,000 for our customer. Nothing changed about the case the way we handled it, but we needed to pressure insurers to act in a responsible manner. Check out our findings for more details on the settlements and verdicts.


It is the Accident Lawyerz Firm that provides services to victims of accidents in exchange for a “contingent charge.” We’re paid only if you win your case, resulting in the settlement or verdict of a juror to your advantage. If we prevail in your case then the fee is 33.3 percent up to 40 percent of your gross amount of the settlement, based on whether we needed to file a legal action in order to settle your claim.