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You never think it’s going to happen to you until it happens.

Florida Crash Statistics for 2022

  • 381,156 total crashed across the state
  • 242,622 injuries from crashes

Just in case – it’s important to be prepared and know what to do if you’re ever involved in a Florida car accident. 

  1. Take account of your health and others around you. Stay calm and check for injuries. Call 911 for medical assistance if needed.
  2. Call the police to report the accident. Stick with the facts when describing what happened.
  3. Exchange information with the other drivers involved, including:
    • Full name and contact information
    • Insurance company and policy number
    • Driver’s license and license plate number
    • Type, color, and model of vehicle
  1. Document the accident
    • Note the location of the car accident
    • Take photos of the scene. Get as many angles as possible, including traffic conditions, roadways, damage to your car, and damage to other vehicles.
    • If there are witnesses, take down their names and contact information.
  1. Call an experienced Personal Injury Lawyer.

At Greg Linehan Law, we understand how to protect your rights and interests in Florida’s complex legal environment around car accidents. Even accidents that don’t seem serious can wind up costing drivers a lot of money in damages, medical expenses, and more.

Call us for a free consultation if you’re in a car accident. We’ll guide you through what steps to take and help you get what you deserve. In the meantime – be safe out there!