SARASOTA MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS Dealing with the aftermath of a car accident can be extremely frustrating. Not only do car accidents leave you with injuries that may take years to heal, but they also burden you with expensive medical bills, loss of earnings and stressful dealings with the insurance companies. When it comes to car accidents, you need experienced injury attorneys on your side to help you seek justice and maximum compensation for your injuries. A car accident attorney can investigate your case, gather evidence quickly, and negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf. The experienced car accident lawyers at Spinner Law Firm can help you understand your rights and secure a potential settlement. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car wreck, call Spinner Law Firm at (941) 269-1111 for a free, comprehensive case evaluation with one of our experienced accident lawyers.


Hiring the right attorney for your auto accident is critical. At Spinner Law Firm, we put our approximately 50 years of combined experience handling serious car accidents to work for you. : 1. Experience with Insurance Companies First, insurance companies build their brand with light-hearted television commercials to create the false impression that they will take care of you when you have a claim. Nothing could be further from the truth. Insurance claims are a business, and insurance companies are in it to make money. They profit from paying you as little as possible. To do this, they often employ claims adjusting tactics aimed at minimizing your injuries and tricking you into saying things that are potentially damaging to your claim. At Spinner Law Firm, we know the insurance game from the inside out and we use that to our advantage to secure the best possible recovery for your injuries. 2. Experience in Assessing Claims Second, the personal injury claims process can be lengthy, frustrating and time-consuming. At Spinner Law Firm, we maintain an established network of investigators, experts, and medical providers who are standing by to help establish the necessary elements for you to prevail in your claim. Right from the outset, we will carefully assess your case and give you straight feedback about the strengths, weaknesses and likelihood of success. It is important that you know you legal rights and understand the process and what to expect. We take the time to carefully explain the process from start to finish so that you know what to expect as we walk through the process. 3. Experience with the Law Auto accident law is a complex area of law with many pitfalls. At Spinner Law Firm, we have vast experience having successfully handled thousands of claims and collected millions of dollars for our injured clients. It is important that you trust your auto accident case with a firm whose focus is injury cases. At Spinner Law Firm, auto accident cases are our focus and it is what we do on a day in and day out basis.


  • Do not admit fault at the accident scene
  • Call the police
  • Gather evidence (take photos of the vehicles, scene and injuries)
  • Seek medical attention
  • Call an attorney


Spinal injuries The forces of a car accident can cause injuries to the spine in the neck or back. Serious spine trauma can result in herniated discs, disc fractures, and even nerve compression. Often, car crash victims get better after a course of therapeutic treatment. In more serious cases, patients require additional types of treatment, including injections, and even spine surgery. If you feel you were injured as a result of a car crash, it is important that you get medical assistance right away. Brain injuries Car crashes often create enough force to cause a traumatic brain injury. Even if you haven’t hit your head, the extreme forces or whiplash created by the crash can injure the brain. Common types of brain injuries include concussions, post-concussion syndrome, and traumatic brain injuries. Importantly, concussions often serve as precursors to traumatic brain injuries, as well as seizures, headaches, dizziness, inability to concentrate, loss of memory, depression, and anxiety. Brain injuries are often difficult to diagnose and may not be immediately evident. Shoulder and arm injuries Gripping the steering wheel in anticipation of impact, or the force of airbag deployment can cause injuries to the shoulder and arms. Common Shoulder and arm injuries include lacerations, sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations. Often, shoulder injuries are not immediately evident, especially in situations where an accident victim injures their neck. Psychological injuries Not all injuries caused by a car crash are physical. A car crash can be emotionally tragic and result in long-term emotional trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety.


As you proceed through the medical treatment process and begin accruing medical bills and other financial damages, you may wonder “how much is my case worth?” Simply stated, under Florida Law, a car accident victim may be entitled to recover both economic damages, and general damages. Economic Damages Economic damages include things like medical bills, loss of wages from not being able to work, and out-of-pocket expenses for services to clean and maintain your home. General or Non-Economic Damages General, or non-economic damages, include pain and suffering that you experience as a result of your injuries. In order to qualify for general damages, there must be evidence that you sustained a “permanent injury” as a result of the car crash.

To find out what your case is worth, contact Spinner Law Firm today at (941) 269-1111 to schedule your free, in-depth consultation with our experienced auto accident attorneys.
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