Car Accident Firm
Drunk driving collisions
Phantom car accidents
Fatal auto accidents
Hit and run car accidents
Worried about medical bills? Need to get your car fixed? Call us for help today.
If you have been in a car accident, we will give you straight, honest answers. Our consultations are FREE, and we are always happy to answer questions for injury victims.
A car accident can take only a second, but the consequences of a crash can last for days, months, or even a lifetime. A drunk driver slams into your car head-on on the Florida Turnpike, resulting in a lifetime of chronic back pain. A tired truck driver doesn’t see your car when it merges onto I-95, and now you can’t pay your bills and support your family. A distracted driver hits you in an intersection in downtown Miami, causing serious broken bones, nerve damage, or a traumatic brain injury (TBI). If you are unsure who was responsible for your crash, you can read about Florida traffic signal law on our website.
From the moment after a crash, you find yourself scrambling, trying to get money from the insurance companies, struggling to return to work, drowning in medical bills, and facing the physical and emotional pain of your car accident. This is where an experienced South Florida car accident attorney can help.
Chances are you have never dealt with a personal injury claim or serious accident before, but we have. Chances are you don’t have the time or legal information you need to take on the insurance company successfully, but we do.
The worst thing you can do if you have been in a car accident is to give a recorded statement to the other driver’s insurance company. Doing this can only hurt your case. So please, DO NOT talk to the insurance company until you have consulted an attorney. Our personal injury lawyers in South Florida offer a free consultation – contact us at (305) 239-4878 to start learning about the personal injury process.
Josh Jones Law, P.A. is located in Miami, Florida, and serves clients in all Florida cities and counties, including: Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach Monroe, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood, West Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie, and The Keys.