Car Crash Attorney in Tampa Bay

Car crash attorney in Tampa Bay Florida

Now that you've been in a car crash in Tampa Bay, what do you do next? In order to get your vehicle repaired and your medical treatments paid for, you're going to have to report this car crash to your car insurance company. You think to yourself, "I've never been in a car crash and I have had Insurance since you were of legal driving age". You think, "my car insurance company will take care of me and I will be able to do the things I need to do."

The Truth:

Unfortunately, you could not be more wrong. Car insurance companies hire teams of lawyers to find any and all ways to give you the smallest settlement possible. Car insurance companies in Tampa Bay are greedy. They're not out to protect people, their business relies on them making money- and they make money by keeping it from you.

What you need now more than ever is a qualified personal injury lawyer. Cory Baird of Baird Law Group would like to be your advocate, to make sure you get exactly what you need from your insurance company. 

The first thing the insurance company is going to do will be to provide you with a settlement offer. This will usually be low. One tactic Insurance uses to get you to sign your rights away is to give you a short time frame to accept the offer. They may even say this is their best offer that they will provide to you. This of course is not truthful at all. 

The hard part for most people simply is most people do not know how to navigate the legal system in order to maximize your settlement offer. A car crash lawyer from Tampa is essential to properly fight for your rights following your car crash in Tampa. 

If you have been a victim of a car crash in the Tampa Bay area, please give us a call to discuss your options. We here for you.

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