Most people in Central Florida have cars, and they're the main way people here get around. But think about that for a second — most people, on a daily basis, get inside large, heavy, metal objects and move around in them at very fast speeds. That seems like a recipe for disaster.
Unfortunately, it often is — especially when people don't operate them well, such as when they drive too fast, when they drive distracted or when they drive while intoxicated. And when big metal objects going very fast collide, the people inside them can get hurt, and can get hurt very badly.
If someone in a motor vehicle or a commercial truck has hurt you, an experienced and passionate advocate can make all the difference. For the Melbourne and Palm Bay auto accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Germain & Coulter, it's personal: While working as a state prosecutor in Volusia County, James Coulter was T-boned by a big commercial truck. He's been through the process as a victim and understands how you feel dealing with the big insurance companies.
The lawyers at The Law Offices of James B. Coulter care about you and will fight for you. Call us today at (321) 586-9944 or send an online message to set up a free consultation. We represent victims of auto accidents throughout Central Florida, including Brevard County, Orange County, Volusia County, Seminole County, Indian River County and Osceola County. Our office is in Melbourne.
There are many causes of accidents. Some of the most common are distracted drivers, intoxicated drivers and defective roadways. There are many different ways an accident can happen. Common types of car accidents in Florida include:
There are many different types of people and vehicles you could get in an accident with, not all of which are cars. Just a few:
There are also different issues to be concerned about, like uninsured or underinsured drivers, or personal injury protection. No matter the circumstances of your accident, we would be honored and proud to fight for justice on your behalf.
The Law Offices of James B. Coulter | Brevard County Auto Accident Attorney
An insurance company may have offered you a settlement. Remember, the insurance company is looking out for itself. You can have someone looking out for you. At The Law Offices of James B. Coulter, we'll fight for your rights. We work on a contingency basis, meaning we only get paid if you do. Call us at (321) 586-9944 or send an online message to set up a free consultation.