Injured on the Road?

Were you injured in a motor vehicle accident due to someone’s negligence or careless actions? If so, you have the right to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party’s insurance company and receive compensation for your damages. Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A. can help you get a fair settlement.

Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer in Pensacola, Florida

Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., offers comprehensive legal services for victims of motor vehicle accidents in the Pensacola area. Our law firm investigates your accident, explores your legal options and provides aggressive legal representation against the negligent party. You do not have to feel alone when taking on insurance companies.

Call 850-741-7381 and receive a free case review to get started with your claim. There is no cost unless there is recovery in your case.

Motor Vehicle Accident Cases We Take On

Regardless of how your motor vehicle accident occurred or which parties are involved, you need an experienced Pensacola personal injury attorney that understands your needs and can help you win your case. The offices of Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., have worked with clients in personal injury claims similar to yours. Some of the most common cases we work on include:

Whether you were in a head-on, sideswipe, rear-end or t-bone accident, our attorneys can help you identify the at-fault party and recover your losses.

Who’s at Fault for Your Motor Vehicle Accident

When you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, you may have to go to the emergency room immediately. If so, it can be difficult to recall the details of the accident. However, establishing fault and liability for your injuries and subsequent damages is crucial to winning your case.
Our legal team works to identify the at-fault party and how their negligence led to the accident. At-fault parties in a motor vehicle accident may be:

The Other Driver

The other driver is responsible for the accident. The driver may have been driving distracted or driving under the influence. They may have committed a traffic violation, such as speeding or running a red light. If so, they are responsible for causing your injuries.

The Auto Manufacturer

Even the best drivers cannot compensate for a defective auto part. The part may have been poorly designed or not put together properly during the manufacturing process. If so, the manufacturer is liable for your accident and damages.

The City of Pensacola

The City of Pensacola is responsible for ensuring that all roadways are safe and in proper working condition. All road signs and streets should be clearly marked. Your accident may have occurred due to poor markings or a defective stop signal.

A Commercial Vehicle Company

Commercial vehicle companies like truck companies must ensure that all their vehicles are well-maintained and train their employees to operate their vehicles. Company neglect may have led to your accident.

Motor Vehicle Accident FAQs

Damages in a Motor Vehicle Accident Case

Damages in a motor vehicle accident case typically involve economic and non-economic damages. We can assess your damages and fight for maximum compensation based on your losses. We will work to get you to all the right doctors to assess the extent of any injuries. Damages you may be able to claim for in a personal injury case include:

Your case value depends on various factors, such as how the accident occurred, the parties involved and the extent of your losses. Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., will work to get you a fair settlement based on your actual losses—not what the insurance company is willing to settle for.

How Our Law Firm Helps With Your Case

A motor vehicle accident can derail your life and cause uncertainty about your personal and financial future. Having the right legal representation from a reputable law firm can give you the confidence you need to move forward with your case. Our law firm offers complete legal services to give you the support you need when filing your claim. We can help you in the following ways:

Manage Your Entire Personal Injury Claim

From the moment you hire us to represent you, our legal team gets to work on your claim while you are recovering from your injuries. We handle all the paperwork and communication. We investigate your claim and work on a legal strategy that helps you win your case.

Conduct a Thorough Investigation

We investigate your claim to uncover the facts of the accident and determine who is at fault. We gather evidence such as eyewitness accounts, police reports, medical reports, video surveillance and expert witnesses.

Negotiate a Fair Settlement

One of the benefits of legal representation is that you don’t have to haggle with the insurance company. Our law firm engages with the insurer on your behalf. We submit all paperwork and evidence to support your claim. From there, we negotiate a fair settlement with the insurance adjuster.

File a Lawsuit

We typically settle most personal injury cases out of court. However, if the insurance company does not settle or they reject your claim, you may have the option of filing a lawsuit. If so, our law firm is prepared to take your case to court. There is no fee unless you win your case.

Hire Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., to Represent You Today

When you are ready to move forward with your case, we are here to help at every step of the way. Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., provides comprehensive legal services for victims of car accidents in Florida. Contact our experienced attorneys today to get started with your claim.

We will answer your questions, address your concerns and work on your behalf to take on the insurance companies. To schedule a free case evaluation, call us at 850-741-7381.

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$325,000 was awarded to a client who experienced a head-on collision resulting in serious injuries to their legs.


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