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Action Plan After The Car, Motorcycle, Bike, Truck or Pedestrian Accident

automobile accident involving child's bike and carAny accident is a traumatic event whether it is a car accident, a motorcycle accident, a bike accident, a truck accident or a pedestrian accident. Many people lose out on obtaining compensation in return for their injuries because they do not draw up a plan of action. The first and most important thing is to contact the Fort Lauderdale police or the Broward County Sheriff and try to get the accident documented. Complete information on the car, driver, time of the accident, damage to the vehicle and the reason for negligence needs to be told to the police to help in preparation of a detailed report of the accident. When explaining the accident to the police, it is important that the loss of wages and other financial benefits that are sustained due to the injuries be mentioned as well. The next step is to contact a personal injury lawyer immediately at the Fort Lauderdale law firm of Ross Abramowitz in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The personal injury lawyer will inform you of the direction to take. Only discuss details of the accident with the personal injury lawyer and refrain from providing them with any ambiguous information. With an experienced personal injury lawyer’s help, pictures of the scene of the accident can be taken. A crowded road means that there might be witnesses. To prevent details from being missed, try to contact eyewitnesses. The last step is to seek medical attention for any injuries sustained. If you don’t seek medical attention within 14 days of the vehicle accident, you may not be able to have future medical bills covered by Florida’s mandatory No-Fault insurance.


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