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Helping You Pursue Recovery After an Auto Accident

If you have been hurt in a car accident in Florida, keep in mind that you may have only 14 days to seek medical attention to document your auto injury case. The sooner you seek legal counsel, the greater chances you will have of recovering all the compensation for which you are eligible.

At GC Law, you will find a frank, hardworking and accomplished personal injury team available to advocate for you. Our lead attorney, Glenn Crickenberger, is ready to investigate your accident and represent you in an injury claim or lawsuit. Mr. Crickenberger’s strong record as a litigator can be an asset on your side after a motor vehicle accident. Many auto accidents settle out of court, but it is important for your personal injury lawyer to prepare your case as if for trial.

Stand Up to The Insurer with Our Support

You may assume you will be able to rely on insurance coverage of your own or an at-fault driver. However, insurance companies can be challenging to work with after an accident. Some deny valid claims; others put many obstacles in the way of legitimate claimants. We strongly recommend that you get legal advice rather than try to overcome these challenges on your own. You could hurt your chances of a full recovery without realizing it.

Let GC Law provide the legal guidance that you need on a contingency basis. You will not owe attorney fees until we recover compensation for you.

At a time when you are vulnerable, and struggling with injuries and losses, your insurance company or another driver’s insurer may seem to have an unfair advantage. Will you need compensation to pay medical bills and replace your lost wages? These may be just the beginning of your losses. You may be unaware of all the costs that your injury may bring to your life.

Once an insurance claim is settled, generally, there is no opportunity to receive additional payments in the future. This is why it is crucial that you have a knowledgeable attorney on your side to protect your interests throughout the process of potential financial recovery.

What Caused Your Car Accident?

One of the most important aspects of your auto accident case will be to determine how the accident happened. This information will help prove who was at fault – and whether another driver was negligent because of:

  • Drunk driving
  • Texting while driving or another form of distracted driving
  • Speeding or other traffic violations such as improper lane changes or running a stop sign
  • Aggressive driving or road rage

Or your accident may have involved one of the following:

  • Potholes or poor road design
  • A tire defect or blowout, possibly causing a rollover
  • Mechanical failures

In some cases, a product manufacturer or government body may be responsible to compensate the injured because of such signs of negligence.

Types Of Car Accident Cases

Were you injured or did your loved one die in a crash such as the following?

  • A head-on, rear-end or side-impact collision
  • A hit-and-run or stolen car accident
  • A ride-sharing vehicle accident involving a Lyft and Uber vehicle
  • An interstate or expressway accidents
  • An accident involving an elderly or teenage driver
  • Car accidents involving children
  • An accident involving an uninsured motorist
  • A tractor-trailer or semi-truck accident

Whatever the details of your accident in St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River or Okeechoebee county, GC Law is a firm you can trust to protect your interests.

Request Your Free Consultation Now

To reach us in Fort Pierce, call 772-710-4243 or complete an online contact form. We can meet with you virtually or go to your location if you are unable to travel because of your injuries or for other reasons.

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