Fort Myers Car Accident Lawyer
If you or a family member has been injured in a motor vehicle crash, contact the Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. We help car accident injury victims recover money for past and future medical care expenses, past and future lost wages, past and future pain and suffering, and past and future loss of enjoyment of life.
Special laws apply to your automobile accident injury case. It is important to have an experienced car accident lawyer on your side to help you seek the justice that you and your family deserve when an automobile accident injury or death occurs because of another driver's carelessness. At the Spivey Law Firm, we take your case personally. Your automobile accident injury case will be handled solely by Randall L. Spivey, the President and founder of the firm. Please call us today at 888-477-4839, or contact us online, to schedule a free consultation. There are no fees or costs unless you win.
A car accident injury can leave a person with a lifetime of pain and suffering, medical bills and lost wages. Our firm's team of car accident lawyers helps people from start to finish with their case, including the investigation, dealing with the insurance companies, helping them find qualified medical doctors to treat them, helping them determine who is going to pay the medical bills, and most importantly, providing assistance with the best possible monetary settlement or verdict that can be achieved based on the facts of the automobile accident case.
Please visit our settlements and verdicts to view the results in some of the Fort Myers car accident cases and other cases handled by Randall Spivey.
More Helpful Information
34 million cars have already been recalled over the last five years. By 2020 the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) expects the total to be 42 million. There have been at least 11 deaths and 180 injured in the United States linked to defective Takata airbags.
According to a SafeKidsWorldwide.com report in September 2016, every 33 seconds a child is involved in a vehicle crash. That is 2,600 children under the age of 13.
Florida is a major tourist destination for U.S. and international visitors. With the large number of visitors added to Florida’s year-round population, the chances of accidents increase.
Florida is a no-fault auto insurance state. This “no-fault” auto insurance status can confuse drivers who have legitimate personal injury claims. Certain questions tend to arise.
Teen drivers, over the last five years, have been involved in nearly 14,000 fatal crashes and more than 4,200 of those involved speeding, according to a new AAA survey released in October 2016.
During the last two years, Florida has had an increase in the number of hit-and-run accidents. In late 2014 and early 2015 we have already heard about hit-and-run accidents in Southwest Florida. Penalties for hit-and-run drivers changed July 1, 2014.
Flat tires can be more than a nuisance, especially if they happen while driving on a major road or highway.
During the Florida Highway Patrol's "Ticketing Aggressive Drivers Cars and Trucks" campaign between February and May 2012, it issued more than 4,900 citations, 2,000 of which were associated with aggressive driving. Here are tips for avoiding the consequences of road rage: Road Rage Tips
Florida joined 38 states and the District of Columbia with a ban on texting while driving when Governor Rick Scott signed the legislation on Tuesday, May 28. The law takes effect October 1, 2013.
Knowing what to do before and after an accident is important to maintaining your rights and obtaining the best possible monetary settlements or verdicts.
"Watch out. Motorcyclists are everywhere." The Motorcycle Safety Foundation provides Quick Tips for Motorists.
Drowsy Driving - 1 in 24 Surveyed Admit to Falling Asleep While Driving
The CDC reports 1 in 24 surveyed have admitted to falling asleep while driving. 100,000 crashes each year are caused by fatigued drivers. Avoid driving while drowsy by knowing the risk factors and signs of driving while fatigued. Learn about the risks and signs you may be too drowsy to drive.
Smart Apps & Smart Tips for Smart Driving
"With the average driver covering more than 12,000 miles annually and spending an average of 18 hours 31 minutes in the car weekly (WSJ 9-24-12), technology through smart apps can assist drivers in making smart choices when driving. These "smart" choices could prevent auto accidents and injuries and save lives", says Randall Spivey, Personal Injury Attorney in Ft. Myers, FL.