While car accidents happen every day in Florida, an accident can lead to all types of serious injuries and other damages. Medical bills, lost wages and other expenses can quickly pile up and force accident victims, who are already dealing with the pain associated with their injuries, to face tough financial burdens. Additionally, fatal car accidents present devastating grief and loss for surviving family members.

At the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado our Sarasota car accident lawyers understand the impact that an accident can have on a victim and his or her family. With more than two and a half decades of legal experience in personal injury, we have helped many clients throughout the Tampa Bay area recover monetary damages after car accidents, including those involving underinsured, uninsured, hit and run and drunk drivers.


There are many issues to be concerned with after a car accident in Florida. Did the other driver have car insurance and enough coverage to pay for your expenses? If not, it may be necessary to file a claim with your own insurance company through your uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage.


What types of injuries were sustained in the accident and what kind of treatment is necessary to recover from those injuries? Car accident injuries can range from scarring to spinal cord injury to traumatic brain injuries to broken bones and other soft tissue injuries. Our firm will review your accident and the scope of your injuries in order to pursue the full and fair compensation that you deserve.


Contact a lawyer at Kallins Little Delgado to schedule a free initial consultation with our firm. Even the score by talking with a law firm dedicated to protecting your rights.

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