Auto Accident Lawyer

Orlando and Kissimmee Auto Accident Attorney providing professional Auto Accident and other Personal Injury legal services in Orlando, Kissimmee and Central Florida. Contact Lawyer, Lazaro G. Blanco, Esq., today at 407.344.5577.

The laws governing auto accidents and injury liability are considered widely referred to as personal injury law. Auto accident and injury cases are legally called a "tort." A "tort" as it relates to injury and property damage is defined as negligent or intentional civil wrong that injures someone in some way, and/or directly causes property damage.

Auto / Vehicle related cases typically are filed as:

  • A Car Accident and Injury Liability Case

  • A Motorcycle Accident and Injury Liability Case

  • A Commercial Truck Accident and Injury Case

  • A Pedestrian Accident and Injury Liability Case, or

  • A Passenger Accident and Injury Liability Case

In general terms, the law allows the victim of an auto accident who is injured as a result of the negligence, recklessness, or carelessness of another to legally seek compensation and potential monetary damages.

Auto accident victims often sustain diverse types of injuries of varying levels of severity. When an individual is injured in an auto accident, they must often seek medical treatment and endure length periods of physical therapy, which in some cases may last for months, years, or even the rest of the victim's life. Medical medical bills can be very daunting, especially when the victim is forced lose essential wages due to missed time from work.

Significant property damage to the victim's automobile may also cause a financial hardship and make getting to work or medical appointments extremely difficult.

Auto accident and injury liability claims may be resolved through mediation, a trial by judge, or a trial by jury. For the purposes of the information provided below, the "court" or "jury" will be referred to as the "court."

The first thing the court will establish is if there is sufficient evidence establishing who is at fault and who is the victim. The court will also ensure that both parties "in good faith" made every reasonable effort to resolve the auto accident and injury dispute through proper negotiation and/or mediation. If the auto accident and injury dispute could not be successfully resolved through negotiation and/or mediation, the court will hear relevant evidence and witnesses relating to the accident. The court will also consider other important issues in determining appropriate compensation and potential monetary damages including, but not limited to:

  • Injuries as a direct result of a personal injury accident or incident;

  • Medical bills directly related to you or your loved ones injuries, including medical treatment, physical therapy &, rehabilitation costs, prescription costs, necessary medical equipment, and if necessary, long term or permanent treatment treatment and care;

  • Lost Wages;

  • Pain and Suffering;

  • Permanent or long-term diminished quality of life.

In the event that a death has resulted from an automobile accident, immediate family members of the victim may seek justice in the form of a wrongful death liability lawsuit.

If you must address auto accident injury liability or other personal injury issues in Orlando, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, or the surrounding Central Florida area, speak to an experienced auto accident attorney - lawyer at BLANCO LAW CENTER, PA. today by calling 407.344.5577 or by using our online case evaluation form.