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Unfortunately, car accidents are a fact of life, and, although enhanced safety features on late-model cars help to reduce the risk of injury, they can still cause much more than just automobile damage. In 2009, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported 2558 fatal crashes on Florida roads; however, even a non-fatal car accident can result in an injury that can be just as devastating to an individual or to a family—particularly if they involve an injury for which full recovery can take weeks or even months, or where the injury causes a permanent disability such as a brain injury or spinal cord injury. In addition, a car accident injury can result in expensive emergency care and a lengthy hospital stay, as well as have additional or long-term financial impacts, such as hindering your ability to perform your job, involve costly home-care from a professional care-giver, or create a need for medical devices or recuperative therapy.
The Flaxman Law Group has many years of experience in handling all claims related to car accidents, including accidents that may involve drunk drivers, buses, motorcycles, trucks and pedestrians, as well as those that may be caused or partially caused by defective vehicles, or defective parts, such as defective tires. Our dedicated team of personal injury lawyers has helped many car accident injury victims to obtain the resources they need to obtain a true full recovery, both physically and financially. In addition, our attorneys can help not only drivers, but passengers, including [minors and children] who may be injured in car accidents and whose injuries can tragically create medical needs well into their future, and where it is much more difficult to measure the impacts to issues like future earning capacity and mental anguish.
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