Remember, at Shapiro | Delgado we open during the Coronavirus crisis. We are here to help you submit and manage your injury claim. For over 35 years Sarasota personal injury lawyer David Shapiro has successfully won well over $100 million dollars for accident victims. Our injury attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience. In addition, our staff is fully bilingual. If you would like to schedule a free consultation with an injury lawyer in Sarasota click here. We are open 24 hours. Without further delay, let’s discuss your options with filing a car accident injury claim during the COVID-19 crisis.
We sat down with our founder and managing partner, Mr. David Shapiro, to discuss the rights of injury victims during the COVID-19 outbreak. David is a trial-tested, 35 plus year experienced injury lawyer. He holds a perfect 10 Avvo rating and has been recognized by the state of Florida as a board-certified civil trial attorney. While some people may believe Mr. Shapiro’s awards and accolades are his greatest accomplishments, he does not. Instead, David believes his greatest accomplishments are held with the injury victims he has helped. That’s why our law firm is so proud of our glowing client reviews. One way we wanted to give back to the people of Sarasota and Manatee County during these trying times is to provide free virtual consultations. Lots of people have lots of questions about injury claims. Today, we are going to tackle a very common question.
Mr. Shapiro made time for us, and he helped explain that the answer is YES, you can file an auto accident injury claim during the Coronavirus in the state of Florida. However, Mr. Shapiro believes that prior to filing a claim you may want to talk with an injury attorney.According to David, and his partner Mr. Jim Delgado, insurance companies more than ever are scrutinizing injury claims. We wanted to learn more about why this is taking place, and what steps accident victims can take to protect their interests. Here are our findings.
NOLO, a leading online legal self-help website, did an amazing job laying out some tips for injury victims during the Coronavirus. Mr. Shapiro, Mr. Delgado, and their team of injury lawyers also provided us with first-hand insight into the growing problem surrounding injury claims. See, during normal times, insurance companies still dig deep into an injury claim. This is because insurance fraudsters try to stage fake accidents. By doing so, they can file fraudulent injury claims, bilking insurance companies out of millions of dollars each year. Right now, because so many people are financially hurting, insurance companies have their guard up even more. Forbes even published an article about a rise in scams.
This is why the attorneys at Shapiro | Delgado believe that accident victims would benefit from speaking to a lawyer right away. A lot of headaches can be avoided if an injury claim is submitted properly, with all of the necessary documentation. The lawyers are Get Me Justice believe that when a claim is handled the right way, with everything submitted to the insurance company in the manner required, a claim goes a lot smoother. This hopefully means less chance of a denial and a much faster payout for the client. Here are some things to consider after an auto accident.
You need medical records. We need medical records. Most of all, the insurance company needs medical records. In order to get paid from an accident injury, you must be able to prove that the accident actually injured you. If you go to the doctor or hospital right after the accident took place then there will be medical records linking your injuries to the crash. This created a documented “paper trail” and gives an injury lawyer the ammunition they need to fight for your claim. If you fail to seek medical attention right after a car crash or accident, the insurance company may use this against you. Just like the power of medical records, photos of your injuries, damaged property, and eyewitnesses who can corroborate your story are strong tools a Sarasota personal injury attorney can use. Make sure you provide your lawyer with all of the information and data you have, such as photos or videos. If you have the contact information of witnesses as well this can be extremely helpful.
Just like the power of medical records, photos of your injuries, damaged property, and eyewitnesses who can corroborate your story are strong tools a Sarasota personal injury attorney can use. Make sure you provide your lawyer with all of the information and data you have, such as photos or videos. If you have the contact information of witnesses as well this can be extremely helpful.
The next thing you want to do is to contact an injury law firm. Beware, there are lots of scams out there. It’s always good to go with a trusted and experienced law firm. As to read client reviews, do your own research about the attorneys. Remember, getting paid after an accident or car crash is important. You want to find the attorney you believe is best for you and your case.
If you’ve been injured in a car crash, trucking accident, or if you’ve sustained injuries due to the fault of another person or party, we can help. In fact, our Sarasota injury attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience. Call us now at (941) 260-0469 to schedule a consultation with a Sarasota personal injury attorney open during the Coronavirus. If you need to call a Sarasota injury lawyer open 24 hours, you’ve come to the right website. You can also contact us directly from our site by clicking here. Remember, we’ve won well over $100 million dollars for our clients. At Shapiro | Delgado, we fight for the financial justice you deserve. Call us now, or click the links below to learn more about our Sarasota and Manatee County injury lawyers.