Car Accident Lawyers in St. Johns County Florida
St. Johns County has more than its fair share of car accidents. Interstate 95 runs through the length of St. Johns County. As it approaches Jacksonville from the south, it is common for traffic to back up on I-95. Anytime the speed of traffic slows from 75 miles per hour to a dead stop, rear-end collisions are likely to occur. Our St. Johns County car accident attorneys have noticed that the particular section of I-95 in northern St. Johns County has been the scene of a disproportionate number of deadly car accidents.The Most Dangerous Intersections in St. Johns County
There are also numerous dangerous intersections in the county. Many of these intersections occur at the entrance and exits from Interstate 95 including the intersections with County Road 210; State Road 16; County Road 207 and County Road 206. Like I-95, US-1 runs the length of the county from north to south. The most dangerous intersections with US-1 include those located at: Nocatee Parkway; Interstate 95; King Street; State Road 16; Lewis Speedway; and International Golf Parkway. Other dangerous intersections include A1A and 210; A1A and Solano Road; A1A and County Road 312; and A1A and County Road 206.Obtaining Accident Reports for Crashes in St. Johns County
If a car or trucking accident occurs in St. Johns County, but outside of the city limits of St. Augustine, the St. Johns Sherriff’s Office will prepare the report. Requests for records can be obtained via email at email@example.com. If an accident happens in St. Augustine, the report can be obtained at https://www.citystaug.com/Directory.aspx?DID=14. If a motor vehicle accident happens on Interstate 95 in St. Johns County, the Florida Highway Patrol will respond and the crash report can be obtained at Floridacrashportal.gov.How Our Car Accident Lawyers in St. Johns County can Help You
Our lawyers have handled injury and accident cases for decades in both St. John’s County and Jacksonville. Whether St. Augustine or Jacksonville is more convenient to you, we can provide referrals to doctors who will accept personal injury protection auto insurance. Not all doctors accept personal injury protection coverage, which puts a person injured in a car accident at a huge disadvantage as those bills will have to be paid from any settlement amount instead of being paid by the personal injury protection coverage.Discussing your Case With Us
If you contact us, you will discuss your case with an attorney, instead of a paralegal or investigator. We can meet in person, through the Zoom app, or over the telephone. When conferencing in person, we can meet at our St. Augustine office, our Jacksonville office, at your home, or at a restaurant or coffee shop near your home.Our “Client Centered” Approach
Our firm’s motto “Justice. Served.” is also our mission statement. We recognize that we are in a service industry and we know there is a lot of competition. Providing anything short of first class service is unacceptable. Our St. Johns County car accident attorneys will discuss your case with you any time that you have questions – you will not be passed off to a paralegal. All emails and phone calls are returned.
If you hire our law firm, you do not have to pay us anything up front or out of pocket – we only get paid if we recover funds for you.