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Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights
In the State of Florida, there are over 200,000 automobile accidents or automobile crashes every year. It is further estimated that over half of these crashes result in personal injuries. When you also consider there are typically multiple vehicles involved in a crash with a number of passengers, the number of personal injury cases or claims that result in the State of Florida is quite disturbing.
When a driver or passenger suffers personal injuries as a result of the negligence of another person, it is important for the injury victim to understand his or legal rights. Furthermore, it should be noted that all drivers in the State of Florida should take the time and effort to understand insurance coverages prior to a crash. Once a crash takes place, it is too late to change, update, or increase insurance coverage for a particular automobile crash.
Furthermore, many people do not bother understanding what is covered under an automobile insurance policy until they are dealing with the real life challenges and stresses associated with a car cash.
David Wolf is the author of the book titled – Florida Automobile Accidents – Personal Injuries – Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights. The book covers a number of topics including the following:
- General Issues and Questions
- Medical Treatment and Follow Up
- Insurance Issues and Common Questions
- Florida Automobile Accidents – Case Types
- Florida Automobile Accidents – Types of Injuries
- Wrongful Death – Florida Automobile Accident
- Settlement, Compensation, and Damages
It should be noted that the evaluation of a Florida personal injury claim or case does not begin and end at the crash scene except under rare circumstances like a wrongful death or immediate catastrophic personal injury. In most cases, the diagnosis and treatment of the personal injuries related to the automobile accident will take time to develop and evaluate by the medical providers, attorneys, and insurance adjusters.
This is especially true for neck and back injuries. In most cases involving neck and back injuries, the first mode of treatment is not surgery or invasive pain management procedures. The treatment of neck and back injuries typically run through a course and progression. If an injury victim responds well to conservative treatment like therapy and other modalities, then there may be no need for pain management or surgery.
For others who do not respond to conservative treatment and who have injuries that greatly interfere with activities of daily living, then the options of pain management and surgery are more thoroughly considered and performed if necessary. Many personal injuries like neck and back injuries do not result in surgery; however, the lifelong effect of these injuries is still felt since there is no procedure that can effectively limit or reduce the day-to-day pain and suffering associated with these injuries.
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