How to report a car accident in West Palm Beach?
- First, call 911 from the scene, make sure all of your injuries are addressed and once you are in a safe place, call Steinger, Greene and Feiner so we can handle any questions and potential issues that may arise with your accident and liable insurance companies.
How long do I have to report a car accident in West Palm Beach?
- The driver of a vehicle must report any car accident resulting in injury to, or death of, any person (a driver, passenger, pedestrian, etc.), and/or resulting in vehicle damage or damage to any other property in an apparent amount of at least $50
How to report car accident to police in West Palm Beach?
What details do I need in a car accident in West Palm Beach?
- Date of accident/loss, insurance information from all parties involved, police report, witnesses, photographs
How long after a car accident can you sue In West Palm Beach?
- Under Florida’s statute of limitations for Personal Injury cases, you have four years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit in Florida’s civil courts for claims against bodily injury policies and five years to file a claim against an Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist policy.
What to expect after a car accident in West Palm Beach?
- Phone calls from insurance companies
- Appraisal of damage to vehicles
- Appointments with doctors for treatment of injuries sustained
How is fault determined in a car accident in West Palm Beach?
- Fault is determined based on witnesses and Florida laws. For example, in Florida, unless a witness was present, if a person rear ends another, they are at fault.