Personal Injury Attorneys in Florida Represent Clients Involved in Any Type of Car Accident
Handling cases in the Wauchula, Lakeland, Bartow, Haines City and Lake Wale areas
It’s important to know the details surrounding your car accident, because these help an attorney secure the proper compensation for your injuries. At Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A., our team of personal injury lawyers examines the specifics about the type of accident you were involved in. In this way, we can tailor a plan to best suit your individual situation. Any type of auto accident can cause serious, lifelong injuries, whether the crash was a light fender-bender or a serious collision involving one or more vehicles. It’s important to understand the most common types of car accidents and how we help clients in each circumstance.
Common types of car accidents
Every client who comes to us with an auto accident case has his or her own unique challenges that our attorneys diligently handle. The most common car accidents we see at Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A. include:
- Single-vehicle accidents — It’s common for hazardous road conditions or extreme weather to cause single-vehicle accidents that involve only one driver on the road. Oftentimes, drivers swerve off the road to avoid a pothole or skid into a tree or building after hitting an icy patch on a public road. In these cases, our attorneys look at what on the road caused your accident and determine if there is any party, such as a construction crew or municipality, that is responsible for your accident.
- Multi-vehicle crashes — Accidents involving more than two vehicles are complex. Not only do multiple insurance policies come into play, but it is difficult to find out who was at fault for the crash. Our car accidents attorneys have extensive experience dealing with multiple-vehicle accidents in Florida. We use that knowledge to help you get fair compensation for any injuries you have suffered as a result.
- Fender-benders — While many people think of fender-benders as the least serious type of car accident, the truth is that they can still leave you with serious long-term injuries, including herniated discs in your back or neck. The symptoms of these injuries don’t appear until weeks or months after the accident occurs, so it’s important to understand Florida’s statute of limitations and seek effective legal counsel if you are involved in a fender-bender.
- Head-on collisions — Head-on collisions are generally thought of as the most serious type of car accident, especially if they take place on a highway. Our attorneys look to collect any damages associated with the accident, as well as monetary compensation for any long-lasting medical issues.
Contact our skilled auto accident attorneys for immediate legal assistance
Call our legal team at Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A. at or contact us online to schedule a free consultation on your auto accident case. We serve Lakeland and surrounding areas. And, our lawyers represent clients throughout the Florida counties of Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Highlands, Hardee, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Orange.