CityPlace Personal Injury Lawyers

Injured in a car accident in CityPlace? You’re in the right place. Speak with our Florida car accident lawyers, who have experience settling cases in CityPlace. We’re ready to fight for your legal rights and Demand More ®! Call ASAP for a 100% free consultation regarding your personal injury case.

In many circumstances, our clients are entitled to seek compensation for pain and suffering, loss of income, medical costs, and other expenses due to the negligence of others. Most personal injury cases are settled outside of court. But, if we must go to trial, we’re ready. Our Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, a prestigious accreditation only 1% of all Florida lawyers have achieved, will act on your behalf to get the job done. Voted ‘Best-of-the-Best’ in the personal injury category of The Palm Beach Post, Brian D. Guralnick Injury Lawyers’ 30+ years of experience means we have what it takes to get you the help you deserve.

Call our Florida attorneys now to discuss your car accident case and Demand More ®!

Common types of accidents

The auto collision attorneys at our CityPlace car accident law firm have dealt with nearly every kind of auto accident and collision. We have worked on the following specific types of accidents:

  • Collisions with stationary objects such as poles
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Boat accidents
  • Sideswipes
  • T-Bone accidents
  • Merging accidents
  • Multi-vehicle collisions
  • Head-on collisions
  • Rear-end accidents
  • Highway accidents
  • And more

If you or anyone you know was involved in one of these accidents, our CityPlace car accident law firm could help you win fair compensation. That compensation could help pay off your medical bills, alleviate the burden of missed paychecks, ease your pain and suffering, and set you up for a high quality of life in the wake of permanent injury or disability.

What to do after a collision

Before beginning your claim, we collect critical information to ensure the best-case scenario in court. We do not expect all of our clients to know exactly what to do when the worst happens. You may be injured and dazed and may not know what to do or where to turn. Below you will find a few helpful tips for what to do in the event of a car crash.

Seek help immediately

If you, passengers, witnesses, or other drivers are injured, you must call for medical help immediately. By calling medical professionals quickly to the scene, you can ensure that there are well-documented records of all people involved at the scene. These records will be vital in proving the extent of your injuries in court.

File a report

If you call 911 at the scene of the accident, the police will arrive with the medical personnel. Police records are just as vital as medical documentation of your accident. Your auto insurance company may also require a police report to process your claim.

Take numerous photos

Even if you see medical and emergency personnel taking photos, take your pictures before leaving the scene of an accident. There is no such thing as too much evidence. In the case of a multi-car collision, take pictures of every car involved in the crash from every angle. Photograph damaged property, the road and roadside, debris on the road, and personal injuries. Make sure your images are of high quality and easy to see. Close-up photos will help to capture every detail of the scene.

Mind your words and be careful not to admit fault

Although it is natural to feel compelled to check on other people involved in the accident, it is essential to avoid admitting fault. Avoid phrases such as “I’m sorry” and “I should have known better.” You can be kind without accepting responsibility. Once you admit to any fault, it becomes more difficult to seek compensation.

Call a CityPlace accident lawyer

Before you leave the scene, it helps to call our team. You will likely want to rush to call your insurance company to report the damage in your heightened state. However, our CityPlace car accident law firm advises all potential clients to contact us first. Why?

Any information given to the insurance company will be part of the records provided to the court in your case and, thus, used against you. Our team of auto accident attorneys will use their years of expertise to properly advise you on what to do and say to your insurance company in the event of a collision.

Once you speak to one of our CityPlace collision lawyers, we can work to determine the party at fault, tally your damages, and pursue the exact type of claim necessary to achieve justice and fair compensation.

In the state of Florida, there is a statute of limitations. According to Florida Statute 95.11, complaints against private citizens and companies are eligible for submission within four years of the day of the collision. If you file a claim against the state, you have up to three years from the date of the accident to file a claim.

CityPlace Shopping Mall’s legal liabilities

When your accident occurs on someone else’s property—mainly if the property is zoned commercial—you must understand the extent to which the property owner is liable. If your accident occurs at CityPlace Shopping Mall, our accident lawyers’ knowledge of Florida premises liability laws will benefit you.

Like most public spaces, CityPlace Shopping Mall is responsible for providing a safe environment for its patrons. You may have a case for negligence if they are remiss in their duty to give these reasonably safe accommodations. Our experienced team of CityPlace car accident attorneys will work on decoding the confusion surrounding your accident to determine the party at fault for your accident.

Types of vehicle accident claims

After we gather all of the necessary information and evidence from the accident scene, we are better able to assess what kinds of claims our team of car accident attorneys can make on your behalf. All CityPlace car crash lawyers are well-equipped to handle the full range of accident claims, but the process for each type of claim varies.

Negligence

The most common type of claim resulting from an auto collision is negligence. Negligence means that you or the other driver(s) neglected your reasonable responsibility to pay attention while driving.

If you suspect anyone involved in your accident to have committed any of the following common types of negligence, call our team immediately:

  • Aggressive driving
  • Hit and run
  • Drunk driving
  • Driving under the influence of narcotic substances
  • Speeding
  • Texting
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving the wrong way on a marked roadway
  • Distracted driving (e.g., texting, eating, attending to passengers)
  • Aggressive driving

Defective product

Suppose you suspect your injury or accident results from a defect in your vehicle, such as the seatbelt, brakes, airbag, engine stalling, or other manufacturer error. In that case, you may have a claim for a defective product. At our CityPlace car accident law firm, we strive to hold all manufacturers accountable for their responsibility to produce safe products.

Defective product lawsuits are especially challenging to try and prove. Hence, the process should be handled by a team like ours that knows the process and will work tirelessly on your behalf.

Wrongful death

It can be challenging to see clearly through your grief when the worst happens. Our CityPlace car accident law firm will work doggedly to fight for justice on behalf of your deceased loved one. This can include, but may not be limited to, compensation to cover funeral fees, loss of income, pain, suffering, and other damages.

While we cannot bring your loved one back, our team of talented attorneys treats all our clients with tact, tenderness, respect, and compassion.

Personal injury

In personal injury cases, the complainants must reach out to their lawyer before filing an insurance claim. Although Florida is a no-fault state, it is still possible to file a personal injury claim. CityPlace car accident attorneys specialize in filing personal injury claims so you can get the justice you rightfully deserve.

Possible serious injuries suitable for a personal injury claim include:

  • Irreparable disfigurement, including scars and facial injury
  • Permanent limited use of an organ or appendage
  • Significantly limited use of a bodily function, such as walking, standing, sitting, and excreting
  • Total disability lasting more than 90 days resulting in a loss of wages
  • Broken bones

Take action today by contacting us

No case is too small or too big for our City Place accident lawyers. We take care of your case so that you can focus your energy on healing. Contact our firm today so that we can get you the justice you deserve.