Am I automatically guilty if a police officer says an automobile accident was my fault?

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If you have been involved in a car crash in South Florida and the officer has ticketed you as the responsible party in the accident, it is important to remember that (unless the officer who wrote the accident report actually witnessed the crash) neither what is written in the police report nor what was said to – and by – the investigating officer responding to the accident call is generally considered admissible evidence in a court of law.

If you feel that you have been unjustly ticketed 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 may be able to get your ticket resolved; we will properly research your specific circumstances and work diligently to represent your best interests, guide you through all the legal possibilities and consequences of your accident, and always keep you informed each and every step of the way on the status of your case.

What can I do if my insurance company is not offering enough to settle my automobile accident case?

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Insurance companies are in business to make a profit, and sometimes they may not actually be on your side when trying to settle payments for an automobile accident.  If you have been involved in a accident in South Florida and are facing issues about receiving proper compensation from an insurance company, you need the assistance of an experienced South Florida personal injury attorney. While trials may be expensive and time consuming, legal action is sometimes the only way an insurance company can be forced to do the right thing.

If you or a loved one have been involved in an automobile accident and feel that the insurance company is not treating you fairly, 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.