Minor car crashes – usually referred to as “fender benders” – often result in equally minor property damages, but it is a mistake to assume that such collisions preclude the possibility of injuries. While insurance company adjusters will typically argue that minor car crashes should not result in serious injuries, sometimes such injuries might take days – or even longer – to become apparent. Which is why it is of utmost importance to have a doctor check your health status, and obtain the services of an experienced attorney, after any type of accident.
If you or a loved one have been involved in an automobile accident caused by the negligence of others, please contact Hilda R. Ramirez Gainza or Juan Gainza at the Gainza Law Group now, at (954) 463-1210 to arrange for a free initial consultation. We will properly research your specific circumstances and work diligently to represent your best interests, and we will always keep you informed each and every step of the way on the status of your case.
A common misconception persists about there being a difference between driving while intoxicated and driving after “just a couple of drinks.” The fact is, just a couple of drinks can significantly impair a driver’s perception and his or her ability to exercise good judgment and react quickly and efficiently to traffic and road conditions. This can lead not just to increasing the risk of accidents, but also their severity.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an automobile accident in Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach counties as a result of someone else driving while intoxicated, please contact Hilda R. Gainza or Juan Gainza at the Gainza Law Group, (954) 463-1210, for a free initial consultation. We will advise you about your legal rights, answer all questions, and work diligently to make sure you receive the proper compensation for your pain and suffering.