Motor Vehicle Accidents In Florida, Georgia, and Alabama

Motor vehicle accidents occur every day and are unexpected and sometimes costly and debilitating situations families find themselves in. They are many questions you will have when involved in a car crash or fender bender. Before you answer questions from an insurance company give the attorneys at Perry & Young the ability to advocate on your behalf to the auto insurance company. Don’t be pressured to make a decision without knowing all the facts.

With PIP (Personal Injury Protection) and no-fault insurance laws in a state of flux, it is no wonder Florida’s insurance laws are confusing to many injured motorists. Additionally, many motorists are from out of state and carry insurance policies from their home states. Whether you are a Florida resident or from out of state and have been injured in a car accident, Perry & Young, P.A., can help. We can navigate through the complexity of insurance laws and coverage issues. Call the motor vehicle accident attorneys at 850-215-7777 to schedule your free consultation.

Experienced Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys

With offices in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Marianna, and Tallahassee, Perry & Young, P.A., represents car accident victims throughout the Florida Panhandle. As an auto accident law firm, Perry & Young, P.A., has attorneys with over 20 years of legal experience, including one with over four years as a legal investigator working on commercial vehicle accidents and auto accidents and with expert witnesses. Whether you have a soft tissue injury such as whiplash or a herniated disk or a more serious injury, you need to understand that the insurance company and claims adjuster are not your friends and are not looking out for your interests. They are paid to give you the least amount of compensation possible and to look out for their bottom line. In fact, one leading insurance company’s claims manual states that someone who has an attorney can net three to five times the amount of money as someone who is unrepresented.

Helping Victims of Motor Vehicle Accidents

Because of a new Florida statute, time is of the essence in pursuing an injury claim. Seeing a doctor is an important first step for both the well-being of the accident victim and adherence to the 14-day requirement for an emergency medical condition. Not taking action after a motor vehicle accident can significantly reduce the number of benefits received.

After attending to medical needs, legal representation should be explored to hold negligent parties accountable for:

Vigorous Advocacy In Auto Accident Cases

The motor vehicle accident attorneys at Perry & Young, P.A., understand how to investigate your claim. They will determine all of the parties that may be responsible for your injuries. This includes the manufacturer, another driver, a poorly designed road, or a property owner’s failure to warn of a known danger. It is important to include all parties that may have contributed to injuries or loss to increase your chances of receiving full and fair compensation. For additional information about the benefits of retaining our services, please visit our firm overview.

With offices in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Tallahassee, and Marianna,  Perry & Young PA has been serving the Panhandle since 2008. The attorneys of Perry & Young have individual licenses to practice law in Florida, Alabama, and Georgia. See Our Attorneys page for a complete bio of the Northwest Florida motor vehicle accident attorneys with our firm.

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We invite you to contact us with an experienced attorney by calling or texting  850-215-7777.  All communications between our firm’s lawyers and any potential clients remain entirely confidential.

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