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Car Accident Rights: What Are Your Rights as a Car Accident Victim?

One car accident can change your life forever. Whether you are injured or your loved one is injured, a bad car accident can be the catalyst for many years of pain, financial stress, and heartache. Car accidents that cause traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, other debilitating injuries, or death are probably the most devastating examples of what can be caused by a split-second of negligence.

Thankfully, the U.S. legal system is set up to help people who have been hurt by the actions of others. However, sometimes to navigate through our legal system, you need the services of a car accident lawyer.

The Tampa, Florida auto accident attorneys at Clark and Martino, P.A., have been representing car accident victims in the courtroom for more than a quarter of a century. We have met and served countless car accident victims and their families. Through the years, we’ve had to witness a lot of painful situations and answer many difficult questions. Each car accident lawyer at Clark and Martino, P.A., will do everything possible to ensure our clients are protected by the laws that were written especially for them.

As Tampa car accident lawyers, we pride ourselves on being able to argue each case before a jury so that our clients receive the absolute best legal care they could have hoped for. Some of the rights we strive to attain for our clients include:

  • Medical care for car accident injuries
  • A thorough medical evaluation by doctors who specialize in car accident injuries
  • Ongoing care for disabilities
  • A Tampa, Florida personal injury attorney who will listen to your case, help you understand what to expect, and empower you to face large insurance companies
  • A car accident lawyer who is experienced in and certified to take cases to trial
  • Compensation for medical bills and property damage
  • Reimbursement of lost pay and lost earning capacity
  • Damages paid for pain, suffering, emotional trauma, and wrongful death

These are some of the rights that a Tampa car accident lawyer from Clark and Martino, P.A., will fight to protect. Please call us at 1-888-868-5615 to learn more about receiving a free consultation with a personal injury attorney at our Tampa, Florida headquarters.