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Daytona Beach Car Accident Lawyer

The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles reports that more than 230,000 people were involved in motor vehicle accidents in the span of only one year. Of these victims, more than 2,000 were killed and another 197,214 were injured.

Many of these accidents were caused by the negligence of another driver — someone who refused to follow the rules of the road. These drivers often engaged in distracted driving or changing lanes without using proper traffic signals. Some of them even drove while drunk or under the influence of drugs.

If you or someone you care about has been harmed by a negligent driver, you can take action. Turn to The Law Offices of Keith C. Warnock, P.A., in Florida. With more than 20 years of legal experience, Daytona Beach car accident attorney Keith Warnock represents personal injury victims in courts throughout the area, helping them obtain full and fair compensation for their injuries.

If you have been injured in a car accident, call 386-675-1148 or 888-667-4130 for a free consultation.

Common Types Of Florida Auto Accidents

The Law Offices of Keith C. Warnock, P.A., offers a no-cost, no-obligation consultation for any car wreck case. Several of the most frequent causes of auto accidents include:

  • Drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs
  • Texting while driving or general inattention
  • Speeding
  • Improper lane changing
  • Running red lights or stop signs
  • Operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license
  • Following another vehicle too closely
  • Road rage
  • Failing to yield the right of way
  • Debris or other hazards on the road

Automobile Defects Can Increase Your Injuries

In some cases, car manufacturers or repair shops are responsible for causing or increasing injuries in auto accidents. For instance, the tire may be defective and cause a blowout, an air bag or seat belt may be faulty and fail to protect the vehicle's occupants, or the brakes may be defective and fail to stop the vehicle in time.

What To Do If You Have Been Injured In A Car Accident

If you have been harmed in a car crash, your first priority should be getting prompt medical attention. Sometimes people are so overwhelmed by an accident that they don't notice the full extent of their injuries until much later. Because they do not get medical attention quickly, they miss a critical window of time when injuries can be detected and treated. Acting quickly allows doctors to take effective action regarding serious personal injuries such as brain injury, head injury, paralysis and back, spine and neck injuries.

After a car accident, your second priority should be talking with attorney Keith Warnock. Mr. Warnock will thoroughly investigate the accident, noting key evidence that could play an important role in getting the compensation you deserve. He will review the police report, talk with witnesses and consult with experts, as needed. He also handles all communications with insurance companies so that you can focus on what matters most: moving forward with your life.

You Owe Nothing Unless The Firm Recovers Money For You

When you work with The Law Offices of Keith C. Warnock, P.A., you don't have to worry about the cost of legal representation. Mr. Warnock's Florida law firm handles car accident cases on a contingency basis, which means that you pay nothing upfront and you do not owe any fees unless he recovers compensation for you.

Contact Keith Warnock, Car Wreck Lawyer For Ormond Beach And Beyond

If you have been injured in a car accident, call 386-675-1148 or toll free at 888-667-4130. You may also complete the online contact form. Trial lawyer Keith Warnock welcomes the opportunity to meet with you in a free and confidential consultation at his office or another location that is more convenient for you.

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