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Draper Law Office Since 1984
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Celebration Personal Injury Lawyer

Celebration is a special place to live and work, but like any other community, residents and visitors can get hurt in car accidents, injured in slip and falls, or suffer from a vicious dog bite. In such cases, the negligent driver, property owner or dog owner is likely liable to you for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and other legal damages. Actually getting that compensation, and making you sure you get all that your claim is worth, requires the assistance of skilled and experienced Celebration personal injury lawyers. At Draper Law Office, our lawyers have been helping injury victims in Celebration and Osceola County for more than 35 years. If you or a loved one suffers an injury, call our office for a free, confidential consultation. We’ll take the time to listen to your story, gather the facts, and let you know how we can help. Our law firm takes on serious personal injury cases of all types, so call us for help with any type of personal injury in Celebration, including:

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Slip & Fall
  • Dog Bites
  • Property Damage Insurance Disputes
  • Wrongful Death

What Do I Need to Do After a Personal Injury in Celebration?

There are several steps you can take to help ensure the success of your claim and get all the compensation due to you. It is important to seek medical treatment promptly after the accident. Doing so helps document the injury and establish that the injury is connected with the car crash, slip and fall, dog bite or other source of the injury. Next, follow your doctor’s orders. If you have been prescribed twice-weekly physical therapy for the next two months, commit to making those appointments, even if they are inconvenient or you have to miss work. Following through with your treatment establishes the severe nature of your injury and is the best and fastest way to get better. Keep a copy of all your medical bills and receipts, and keep a log of the time you have had to miss from work. You should also document mileage required for trips to the doctor, pharmacy, therapy, etc. if the distance is substantial.

If you have any communications with the insurance company, it can be helpful to log these phone calls by making memos of the date and time and what was discussed. The insurance company might want to record the phone call, but you can decline your consent to be recorded. They record calls in case you say something they can use to contradict facts such as how the accident happened, who was at fault, the nature of your injury, and other important elements of your claim. Once you have an attorney, you can direct all communications with the insurer to your lawyer, and you won’t have to deal with them anymore. This is just one more reason why getting an attorney sooner rather than later is ideal for the success of your case and your peace of mind.

While your claim is pending, be careful about what you post on social media. If you are active on social media, you might be tempted to keep your friends and followers updated on your health status. It’s natural for people to want to show themselves in their best light, and you might send the message that you are doing better than you actually are. Unless your accounts are set to private, any insurance claim adjuster can view your profile and use your posts against you to say you aren’t really hurt. Even if your accounts are private, some companies use professional investigators to find a way into your social media for the sole purpose of finding information they can use against you.

What Evidence Will I Need for My Celebration Personal Injury Case?

It’s important and helpful for your case to save all records and receipts, including property damage repair bills, prescriptions, doctor visit deductibles and co-pays. Provide these records to your attorney. Your lawyer will also request other documentation on your behalf, such as medical records of your treatment and prognosis of future care. Your lawyer will look for physical evidence from the scene of the accident and might use investigators or industry experts to recreate the accident and determine fault or demonstrate how much money is appropriate compensation given the injury. If you are able to document the scene of the accident by taking pictures or getting contact information from eyewitnesses, this information can be very helpful to your case. If not, your attorney can gather relevant evidence after the fact.

How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Celebration?

In general, you have up to four years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit, if necessary, to obtain a court judgment establishing the other party’s liability to you. However, if your accident involved a slip and fall on public property, a car accident with a government vehicle, or some other injury where a government agency or employee is the negligent, responsible party, then you have a much shorter timeframe. It’s critical in any event to contact an attorney as soon as possible after an accident to protect and obtain crucial evidence and secure your rights to file a claim. In Celebration, call Draper Law Office to protect your rights and obtain compensation as quickly as possible.

Draper Law Office Attorneys Are Here to Help After a Personal Injury in Celebration, Florida

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious personal injury in a Celebration auto accident, slip and fall, dog bite or other incident, call Draper Law Office at 407-846-0075 for a free consultation. Our Celebration injury lawyers don’t charge any fee until after we are successful in obtaining compensation on your behalf. Hablamos Español.

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