Miami Car Accident Attorney

Single vehicle accidents happen, because even safe and diligent drivers can’t always avoid hazardous road conditions. A driver may swerve to avoid another vehicle and strike the center divider or a driver trying to avoid an object on the road may collide with a tree. Shmucher Law, PL can help you get the compensation for injuries and damage to you vehicle.

While single vehicle accidents are often the fault of the driver, they aren’t always avoidable. Insurance companies may be quick to take advantage of an insured driver by offering a quick, low-ball settlement for injuries and damage to the vehicle. However, victims of single vehicle accidents are generally entitled to receive full compensation for damages to their vehicle and injuries they suffer. If you have been involved in an accident and your insurance company isn’t being helpful, you need tough attorney’s to shift through the complex facts of your case. Shmucher Law, PL is ready to take on the insurance companies and fight for your rights.

A signal vehicle accident may include accidents between a vehicle and a stationary object, like a mailbox, street curb, or even a building! Many drivers become victims of single vehicle accidents because they are trying to swerve to avoid another vehicle and may rollover, a driver attempting to avoid striking an animal may driver off the road or losing control of the car because of wet weather conditions or even a mechanical defect in the car could cause a single vehicle accident.

We aren’t quick to point blame at the driver of a single vehicle accident or a collision that was unavoidable because we know that there may be circumstances that are beyond a driver’s control. When you are involved in an accident, you need tough attorneys who understand the complex litigation that is often achieving compensation for the victims of single vehicle accidents.

Multi car accidents are the most typical kind of car accidents. As drivers in South Florida we spend hours each day commuting to and from work, picking up and dropping off the kids from school and running our day to day errands.

Rear End Collisions:

Rear end collisions are the most typical type of multicar accidents. A careless driver talking on a cell phone or texting, changing the radio station or being distracted by something on the side of the road can fail to slow down or stop in time and crash into the vehicle in front of them. Rear end collisions can cause severe back, neck and head injuries to the driver and its passengers; these injuries can be painful and debilitating.

Victims of multi vehicle accidents are entitled to compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering and damage to the vehicle.

Insurance Companies:

Remember that the insurance companies are a business looking to make a profit and one way to make money is by paying as little as possible to accident victims. Our lawyers will work hard to make reluctant insurance companies to meet their obligation to you and help get your life back on track. Insurance companies have lawyers on their side working hard for them and you should have an attorney on your side.

Depending on your cases and circumstances, you may have a claim for negligence. A person who is hurt while on someone else’s premises has a cause of action for negligence if (1) the injury was the result of the conduct or affirmative negligence of the property owner, and not by a condition of the premises, and (2) the injured person was known to be on the premises by landowner before the injury. In this sort of case, the defendant has the duty of reasonable care.

Sadly, another common cause of accidents in our society is reckless driving. Reckless driving occurs when a person drives unsafely, with a deliberate disregard for safety of other drivers and knowing that their driving may cause an accident.  A reckless driver can also be considered reckless if he or she drives in a threatening or harassing manner out of “road rage” and causes a car accident. If you witness aggressive driving you should first (1) get out of the way; (2) avoid making gestures; (3)
don’t challenge the aggressive driver (4) avoid eye contact (5) report serious aggressive driving to the authorities.