Orlando Auto Accident Damages and Losses

When someone is seriously injured in an Orlando auto accident due to another person’s reckless acts or bad decisions, damages and losses are a crucial component of the personal injury case. The injured person is often able to file a lawsuit—a personal injury claim—against the negligent party for damages.

The attorneys at Kramer Law evaluate every aspect of our clients’ circumstances after a wreck to determine how to recover maximum damages on their behalf.

Our lawyers have years of experience reviewing and applying the complex insurance laws that – without an effective attorney – could complicate the claim and inhibit full compensation for Orlando auto accident damages and losses. We meticulously investigate the facts of your individual case, including the seriousness of the injury and all possible financial ramifications. These and other facts determine the amount of compensation you may recover for your injuries.

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Our job is to make sure that you receive the entire financial recovery you are entitled to from the insurance providers and any other sources of compensation. Insurers and at-fault parties often try to avoid paying compensation. There are many tactics insurance companies use to delay or deny paying damages, such as claiming that your injuries are not severe, your injuries are not permanent, or that you (the plaintiff) caused the injuries sustained.

Our attorneys are ready for these and other refusal-to-pay strategies, and are able to rebut them with the thorough compilation, analysis and presentation of the physical, medical and financial evidence, and by strategically applying the Florida laws that pertain to car accident lawsuits.

Contact Kramer Law for a free, no obligation consultation for detailed insight on how we go to work for you. Call us today: 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376).

Orlando Auto Accident Damages and Losses may be “Economic” or “Non-economic”

There are multiple compensatory and punitive damages we recover for our clients.

Compensatory damages are also referred to as “economic” damages, meant to cover the costs sustained by the car accident victim now and in the future. It is the sum of money the court rules will offset the costs of injuries sustained and property damage caused by the accident.

It is critical that you work with an attorney who is able to give you the medical and legal support you need in order to receive full compensation for your injuries. The difference in not establishing the true value of future medical costs and loss of income in a serious injury can mean thousands, even millions of dollars.

Compensation for economic damages includes:

  • Current and future medical expenses
  • Lost wages (present and future)
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Property damage (including vehicle damage)
  • Disability
  • Funeral expenses
  • Other loss that would not have occurred if the injury had not happened.

Other damages that are considered “non-economic” are harder to appraise, yet are crucial in a personal injury claim. These damages include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Inconvenience, loss of consortium and enjoyment of life

Punitive damages are another form of compensation considered to be non-economic damages. This form of compensation may be sought as a punishment to the responsible person if he or she caused your injury, or caused the accident, through willfully criminal or harmful conduct. In these cases, our attorneys work to establish that the person liable was acting in an intentionally malicious manner to cause harm. Punitive damages can amount to a substantial sum of money, with the purpose of disciplining the offender and preventing similar conduct from happening in the future.

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When Do Orlando Drivers Have a Right to Sue for Damages and Losses?

Florida law is specific about when someone can file a personal injury lawsuit after a car accident. Typically, a lawsuit is filed when an automobile accident resulted in someone’s death, or a resulting injury is very serious and involves some form of permanent injury. These are referred to as catastrophic injuries, such as when one or more victims sustain:

Kramer Law Commitment: Seeking the Most for Your Suffering

The strain of an automobile accident that causes injuries or loss of life is unexpected and unwarranted. Our clients’ health and families are generally their most important assets. When their health is threatened because of negligent wrecks, we go after insurance companies and other liable parties to ensure our clients are taken care of as completely and efficiently as possible.

We are always available to talk with you and answer your questions. Contact Kramer Law regarding this or any other legal issue so we can effectively help you.

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