Northwest Florida Head-On Collision Injury Lawyers
A head-on collision is when the front end of one car crashes into the front end of another vehicle while traveling toward each other. These types of accidents cause some of the most serious injuries someone can sustain and sometimes can result in fatalities. Even the use of airbags and seat belts can only do so much to protect a driver when a head-on collision occurs at a high rate of speed. Drivers often have little time to react, making these accidents nearly unavoidable.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious personal injuries due to a head-on collision in a car accident, call Perry & Young. Our experienced advocates have decades of combined experience litigating auto accidents and work tirelessly to help accident victims get the compensation they are entitled to. We have offices located in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Marianna, and Tallahassee and are licensed to serve clients in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.
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- This law office was wonderful, and they explained everything in detail, which made the process a pleasant experience. The legal team kept me informed throughout this process. Maggie was responsive and knowledgeable when I had questions. In addition, she was quick to respond and assisted in making this legal process seamless. I would highly recommend this law office to friends or family, and I would definitely utilize this law office if needed again in the future.- Trachell C.
Compensation for Your Head-On Collision Injuries
A head-on collision can be a life-altering event. Injuries can be severe, resulting in not only immense pain and suffering in the immediate term but lifelong challenges as well. Some injuries result in permanent conditions that can alter your ability to work, enjoy activities you once did, or even utilize your body as you were once able to. At Perry & Young, our skilled Florida head-on collision lawyers pursue compensation for damages as provided by law in the states of Florida, Alabama, and Georgia.
You may be entitled to compensation for losses, such as:
- Past and future medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent disfigurement
Head-on collisions can occur anywhere. In the Florida Panhandle, head-on collisions are not uncommon on certain stretches of roadway, including Highway 98, Interstate 10, Highway 90, State Road 20, and Highways 77, 79, 231, and 331. Tourists from out of state find themselves navigating unfamiliar roads, leading to hasty decisions that have catastrophic results. Often, crashes are caused by drivers distracted by cellphone use, traveling on poorly lit roads, and failing to see signs and exits.
The Need for Immediate Legal Representation and Medical Care
In the moments following an accident, medical care is needed for the slightest ache or pain. Even if there are no signs of severe trauma, so-called minor neck, back, or head injuries left untreated can become problematic and lead to long-term, if not permanent, problems. Likewise, failing to receive medical attention could make it harder to obtain compensation for your injury after the fact. When you have been involved in an accident, seek help from a medical professional as soon as possible.
Once you have received medical attention, reach out to a Northwest Florida head-on collision attorney immediately. The sooner you start your claim and retain legal counsel for the process, the better. At Perry & Young, we are proudly recognized by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.
For a free evaluation of your case, call Perry & Young at (850) 215-7777 or reach out through our online contact form.