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What to Do If You Are Injured While On Vacation?

July 16, 2021 | Category: Automobile Accidents | Share

Many families are heading for a vacation after being quarantined for months. The thoughts of nice weather, interesting sites, time with family and friends, and relaxation may be all-consuming. However, should you or a loved one be injured while you are on vacation, you may be facing problems such as unforeseen medical expenses, transportation problems, and increased costs, to name a few.

What to do if you are injured while on vacation - Spivey Law"Regardless of where you roam, if you are injured in an accident because of the negligence of another, please contact Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. We have the experienced personal injury legal team to assist you,” said Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney Randall Spivey. 

To limit frustration after an accident away from home, we suggest you do the following:

  • Seek Medical Attention – It is important to seek immediate medical treatment even if you feel all right. Be sure to document medical issues. It may be crucial in any lawsuit. When you seek medical attention, it is important to not only document the visit but also to follow the physician's orders exactly as prescribed. 
  • Notify the Appropriate Person(s) of the Injury – When injured on private property, be sure to notify the owner. If you are injured while you are in or out of Florida, or in a foreign country, inform local authorities. 
  • Collect Information – As with an accident in your home state, be sure to get the names and contact information from those who are involved, or witness, the accident. You can use your cell phone to take scene photos, photos of the vehicles involved in the accident, and any injuries. 
  • Limit Discussion – Any discussion about the accident, including, but not limited to, who was at fault, can be used against you in future litigation.

“Each out-of-state accident case is different and is governed by the particular state where the accident occurred. States have their own statute of limitations and conditions that can affect a personal injury case. If you have questions about out-of-state accidents in which you or a loved one are injured, please call Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A.

If you are from out-of-state and are injured in a Florida accident because of the negligence of another, we are here to assist you 24/7. There are no costs or attorney fees until we receive a monetary recovery for you.  We represent people involved in numerous types of personal injury and wrongful death accidents throughout the state of Florida. All of our clients have unique personal injury cases. Our firm provides personal contact and communication along with aggressive representation,” said Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney Randall Spivey.


Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney  Randall L. Spivey is a Board Certified Trial Attorney – the highest recognition for competence bestowed by the Florida Bar and a distinction earned by just one percent (1%) of Florida attorneys.  He has handled over 2,000 personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout Florida.  For a free and confidential consultation to discuss your legal rights, contact Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A., in Lee County at 239.337.7483 or toll-free at 1.888.477.4839, or by email to  Visit for more information.  You can contact Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. in Charlotte County at 941.764.7748 and in Collier County at 239.793.7748.


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