Passengers in Car Accidents

Orlando Lawyers for Passengers In Car Accidents

Passengers in motor vehicles who are injured in accidents often don’t realize they are able to recover compensation for their injuries — even if the accident was caused by the driver of the car they were riding in.

Because passengers are rarely at fault for an accident, they have the right to make a claim against all other drivers, as well as their own insurance companies, to make sure they are fully compensated for their loss.

The experienced personal injury lawyers at The Main Law Firm can review the facts of your accident and recommend the best steps to take next.

Learn About Your Options From Our Florida Passenger Injury Attorneys

If you were injured in a car accident, you may be faced with some large medical bills and lost wages. No one should shoulder this kind of financial hit alone, yet many people are hesitant to file a claim against the insurance company of their friend or another family member who was driving when the accident occurred.

It is important to emphasize that you are collecting from the driver’s insurance company, not taking money from the driver personally. In fact, these unfortunate incidents are precisely why drivers buy insurance.

Our Orlando attorneys for passengers in car accidents can review the facts of your accident as well as the insurance coverage of those involved to help you determine where to turn for financial compensation. Police do not have to determine driver liability in order for passengers to recover compensation in personal injury claims.

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We have experience with cases that pursue claims from multiple insurance companies. We remove the uncomfortable aspects of a passenger’s personal injury lawsuit by handling all correspondence with the necessary parties and their insurance companies.

It is important that you notify us as soon after an accident as possible to build a strong case. Call 407-442-3030 or use our contact form on this website to schedule a free consultation.