Pensacola Car Accident FAQ
If you’ve been seriously injured in a Pensacola car accident, you have many questions to ask your lawyer. Here are a few answers to commonly asked questions to get you started.
What types of evidence can be used to prove my claim?
Your lawyer can use witness statements, photo evidence, crash reports, video evidence, medical evidence, and more to prove your claim. They use this evidence to prove fault, to prove your injury’s serious nature, and to prove your damages.
In Pensacola, Florida, how long do I have to file a car accident claim?
You have four years in Florida to bring a claim for personal injury, including car accidents. Reach out to Gross & Schuster, P.A. to begin the claim process.
Can I sue for a car accident given that Florida is a no-fault state?
Yes, you can sue for a car accident in Pensacola even though Florida is a no-fault state. Due to the serious injury threshold law, you can file your claim if you can prove that your injuries were severe or that your damages exceed no-fault coverage limits.
What are some of the damages I can add to my Pensacola car accident claim?
You can include lost income, lost future income, medical costs, property damage, transportation expenses, mental trauma, physical pain, cost of physical therapy, lost life enjoyment, and more.
Does your firm charge upfront fees?
Our firm does not charge upfront fees for personal injury clients. We don’t get paid until after we’ve won you a settlement or financial award.
Reach Out to a Pensacola Car Accident Lawyer
Talk to a Pensacola car accident lawyer about your accident during a free case review. Just call Gross & Schuster, P.A. at 850-434-3333 or fill out the internet contact form at the bottom of this page.