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Auto-Accident compensation for medical bills

Written by JGarcia

When you are involved in an auto accident, let an Orlando car accident lawyer represent you. Car accidents can happen to anyone at any time, no matter how safe you are driving. You can take every single precaution, but unfortunately, you cannot control other drivers on the road. With this being said, it is important that you always stay focused and keep your eyes on the road. Although this will not completely prevent car accidents, it will help to lower the risk of your involvement in an auto accident. It is especially important that you note this during rush hour traffic. In times where there is congestion on the road, accidents are more likely to occur. They are most common when there is a large volume of people driving as opposed to having an open road. If you are ever in a car accident and need representation, the JGarcia Law Firm is here for you.

Receive Compensation For Medical Bills

There are different levels of severity when it comes to auto accidents. Sometimes no one is injured which is great, but there are times where people need to go to the hospital because of the severity of cuts and pain that the car accident led to. If this is the case, you will need an Orlando car accident lawyer at JGarcia Law Firm to represent your case to make sure you do not have to pay a dime out of pocket for your medical bills.

When someone hits you, it is not your fault and you shouldn’t have to reap the negative effects that follow the accident. The person at fault should be the one pay for your hospital visit. There are two types of negligence that states focus on to determine if you should receive compensation which include:

  • Contributory Negligence- Only a few states use this to determine if you should receive compensation. Under this rule, if you are at fault at all, even if it’s minimal, you will not be given any money for the auto accident.
  • Comparative Negligence- Most states use comparative negligence to determine how much money you will be paid. Your compensation may be reduced but not fully taken away if you are partly at fault. The exact details of the law can vary from state to state.

There are a few things that may affect your compensation such as:

  • The police report
  • How quickly you requested medical attention (make sure you visit a doctor or hospital as soon as possible after an auto accident in order to ensure you will receive the most from your personal injury)
  • Any charges related to the accident including but not limited to DUI and DWI
  • Witnesses
  • Photographs


If you are injured in an auto accident and need to receive medical care, contact an Orlando car accident lawyer right away. We want you to receive the best care for your injuries on the dime of the the people at fault. You should never have to pay for injuries that were not your fault. JGarcia Law firm will perform an in depth investigation into your case in order to help you receive the most from your injury. Call us today at 407-649-6448 or visit our website 411attorney.com.

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