Central Florida Auto Accidents Attorney
If you have been in an auto accident, you may be facing difficult situations and an uncertain future. You may have both physical injuries and serious damage to your car. You may even be temporarily or permanently unable to return to your job and wondering how you are going to pay your bills and support your family.
Seeking Compensation for Car Crash Injuries
At Clinton Paris, P.A., in Riverview, we help Central Florida clients who have been injured by negligent drivers pursue compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, auto repairs and other damages.
Call us at 813-413-7924 or e-mail us to discuss your case with experienced personal injury lawyer Clinton Paris. We handle auto accident cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you owe nothing unless you get compensated.
Choosing the Strategy That Is Right for You
Our goal as a law firm in taking on your auto accident case is to maximize your financial recovery while making the process move as quickly as possible so you can pay for your out-of-pocket expenses (like medical bills, mortgage and car payments and household expenses) and be compensated for your pain and suffering.
Very few auto accident cases go to trial, but it is important to prepare each one as if it might. Careful and diligent preparation will make a huge difference in the successful resolution of your matter.
If both sides evaluate your case based upon the facts and each attorney’s experience with auto accident compensation, it should be possible to reach a settlement that reflects what you would get from a jury, without the costs of a trial.
However, sometimes it is impossible to reach a settlement, and going to trial becomes a real possibility. We will discuss your options and expectations with you at your initial consultation and make every decision based on your personal goals, communicating with you consistently throughout the process.
Insurance Company Experience on Your Side
Almost every auto accident case involves attempting to get compensation from an insurance company. An accident claim is overseen by an insurance company employee called an adjuster, and the adjuster is responsible for instructing the insurance defense attorney about the viability of any claim and the impact that claim will have on the company’s bottom line.
Attorney Clinton Paris has worked as both an insurance adjuster and an insurance defense attorney in the past. This gives him insight into the adjuster and insurance company’s strategy for resolving your claim. Contact us to get his experience and insights on your side.