Orlando Whiplash Injury Lawyers
Helping Central Florida Clients Get Fair Compensation For Whiplash Injuries
Injuries commonly and generally described as whiplash can be incredibly painful, difficult to diagnose and treat, and even disabling. Car accidents — particularly rear-end, side-impact and head-on collisions — are the most common cause of these neck and back injuries, which are too often minimized by insurance companies intent on protecting profits.
Have You Been Told You Are Not Covered For The Tests You Need?
If you have neck and back injuries from a car accident, it can be a huge risk to count on the insurance company to pay all you need to get the right treatment. Even an assumption that fault and liability for your rear-end collision are obvious can put your health and future on the line. Challenges faced by people coping with whiplash injuries from rear-end auto accidents in Florida include:
- Characterization of the problem as strictly a "soft tissue" injury by your own insurance company, which is likely to insist you try physical therapy, pain medication and other treatments before undergoing an MRI or other costly tests to find the real problem
- Recognition that very real, serious disk damage or other spinal injuries are present weeks after the accident — when many people without a qualified injury lawyer on their side have already settled their claims
- Unexpected disputes over car accident fault, even after being rear-ended by another driver who may have been texting or otherwise distracted, intoxicated or tailgating
The Orlando whiplash injury attorneys at LaBar Adams, we take each client's injuries and concerns seriously and seek all compensation available to help achieve the fullest possible recovery. Our experienced personal injury attorneys have strong investigative skills and in-depth knowledge of tactics used by auto insurance companies to deny and minimize claims.
For Genuine Focus On Your Recovery Contact Our Whiplash Injury Lawyers
If you are suffering with a whiplash-type injury — also sometimes called an acceleration/deceleration injury — that may have caused far more physical damage than is immediately clear, contact our firm as soon as possible. You may call us 24/7 at 407-835-8968 or fill out the online form located at the top of this form and we will contact you shortly. We focus on helping you get better, get back to work and move on with your life. Contact us 24/7 for a consultation. We can meet you at home, the hospital or another location if you cannot come to our office in downtown Orlando.