Every single year, millions are involved in car accidents, which can cause serious injuries to drivers, passengers, and pedestrians. Car wrecks are already scary enough without having to worry about the financial, physical, and emotional injuries. You and your family may be experiencing additional hardship as a result of expensive car repairs, lost wages, and medical bills or insurance claim disputes.
If you, or a loved one, are among the nearly 200,000 people injured in Florida car accidents each year, you know firsthand how devastating an auto accident can be—no matter how “minor” it may have appeared. [Source: A Safer Florida: Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, “Traffic Crash Facts Annual Report 2012,” October 2012.]
As a Tampa auto accident attorney we have helped countless, innocent victims of car accidents all over Tampa Bay; and we’re ready to help you.
What can you expect with John Bales Attorneys?
Care. Quality. Respect.
At John Bales Attorneys, we do more than simply review your auto accident case.
You are our priority. We take time to listen and understand the circumstances of your accident, the extent of your injuries, and how this single event has impacted your life and your livelihood.
We know that no two accidents are the same. Just as the circumstances, victims, and types of injuries differs with each car accident, so must our planning, investigation, and strategy. Our auto accident attorneys have handled car accident cases of all kinds, and are prepared to meet the challenges presented by your unique case with knowledge and experience.
As you rebuild your life, you can feel confident that the auto accident lawyers at John Bales Attorneys are working to build a strong case for you. You are never alone in the process—we are dedicated to keeping you informed of your case’s progress, and will do our best to answer any questions you may have along the way.
Are you the victim of an impaired or distracted driver?
The car accident lawyers at John Bales Attorneys are skilled at determining whether the driver who caused your accident was under the influence, distracted, or driving recklessly.
Drunk or Drugged Driving
Impaired judgment, dulled reflexes, and slower reaction times behind the wheel are a toxic combination. A driver under the influence of alcohol or drugs—including certain over-the-counter or prescription medications—can seriously injure or kill other drivers.
Multitasking is not only ineffective behind the wheel … It’s dangerous. More than 1,100 injuries (and 9 deaths) occur each day as a result of distracted driving. Accidents caused by texting or talking have received media attention, but a driver can be distracted by any number of things, including changing the radio station, operating a GPS, and even by eating or drinking. [Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, http://www.distraction.gov/stats-research-laws/facts-and-statistics.html, accessed April 20, 2015.]
When considering the term “reckless driving,” many think about drivers running red lights or ignoring stop signs. In reality, reckless driving includes a variety of offenses that put other drivers in danger, including driving more than 15 mph over the speed limit and aggressive driving. These behaviors are all common causes of serious car accidents.
If you have been the victim of an impaired or distracted driver, contact John Bales Attorneys now. Our professional experience with this type of accident may have a significant impact on the outcome of your case.
If you or someone you love was hurt in a car accident … Don’t wait—contact us now so we can start working to get you the money you deserve.
Life does not wait. Why should you?
It’s important that you start a claim soon after your accident as there are time limitations on how long you have to file a claim. If you wish to discuss your accident with a car accident lawyer in Tampa, FL, contact John Bales Attorneys now. If we handle your case, we only get paid if you do.
Call the Tampa auto accidents attorneys at John Bales Attorneys now for a FREE consultation at (800) 225-5564, or fill out our online form.
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