Hurt in a Motor Vehicle Accident?
Car accidents claim the lives of thousands of people in the United States annually. They often cause serious and permanent injuries, including brain injuries, burns, broken bones, neck and back injures, nerve injuries, paralysis and spinal cord injuries. Motorcycle and boating accidents can also cause serious injury and death.
If you have been injured in an accident, you may need help paying your medical bills. You need a lawyer who will aggressively fight for compensation for you. Call the experienced personal injury attorneys of Staples, Ellis + Associates, P.A., in Pensacola at 850-696-0314. Your initial consultation is free and there are no attorney fees if we don't recover damages for you.
We can handle injury cases from any kind of car accident, including:
- Alcohol-related accidents
- Bus and train accidents
- Construction zone accidents
- Hit-and-run accidents
- Highway accidents
- Uninsured and underinsured motorist litigation
- SUV rollovers
It is a good idea to contact us as soon as possible after your accident. The other party's insurance company will be notified right away and will look to minimize their costs. You need someone who is looking out for you.
Because a motorcycle does not offer any protection in a crash, broken bones are very common. Unfortunately, so are injuries to the head, including brain injuries. This kind of serious injury can lead to permanent disability or death. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that about 80 percent of reported motorcycle accidents result in injury or loss of life.
Many serious injuries and fatalities result from accidents on the water. Boats and personal watercraft can be very dangerous, especially if operated incorrectly or while under the influence of alcohol. They may cause incidents such as:
- Capsizing or sinking
- Boats running aground
- Injuries while water skiing or tubing
If You Were Injured, Call Today
We have the experience to fight for you. Call 850-696-0314 or send an e-mail. We serve car accident victims in the Northwest Florida area.