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Single-car collisions can lead to serious and expensive injuries. However, when there is no other driver to blame, it may leave you wondering if you have any way to recover for your losses. Fortunately, Florida law provides options for victims of single-car accidents.
For example, Frank M. Eidson, P.A., assisted a client who collided with two livestock animals on a rural road at night. We helped the client to take action against the homeowner who had let a retaining fence to fall into disrepair, which allowed the cows to get out and present a hazard to drivers.
Contact us today to schedule a free evaluation of your case. Our firm can assist you in understanding how to proceed in a single-vehicle accident case. We serve clients in Orlando, Winter Park and communities throughout Central Florida.
Single vehicle accidents broadly refer to all collisions in which there was only one car involved instead of multiple vehicles. These accidents can occur when drivers:
These collisions can be just as serious as accidents involving multiple vehicles. They can leave you with injuries that make working impossible and that are costly to treat, or they can leave you coping with the death of a loved one.
The options available to you for recovering compensation after a single-vehicle accident may include:
All of the above options can make it possible for drivers in single-vehicle wrecks to be compensated for their losses. Of course, if you were a passenger in a single-vehicle accident, and the driver of the car was to blame, you can pursue a typical car accident damage claim against that driver. His or her insurance will pay the bills, so you should not feel guilty about making a claim against a friend or neighbor in such cases.
To learn more about your options, contact Frank M. Eidson, P.A., today. We will be ready to provide a free review of your case and get you started on the path to just relief.
Sources / More Information
• Florida Traffic Crash Facts, Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles