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Accident Resources in Jacksonville

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reported during 2015 there were 374,342 crashes in the state. City-Data reported that in 2014, Jacksonville had 106 fatalities from car accidents. Those fatal crashes involved 156 vehicles and 247 people, so overall the survival rate was rather high.

The city's population was reported at 853,382 people that same year. Numerous other car accidents occurred, and several of them involved injuries.

If you have been injured in a Jacksonville car accident, you might wonder what you should do. Help is available to you to cover the costs of your vehicle repairs, your medical expenses, your lost wages, and other damages.

With the help of a Jacksonville personal injury attorney, you can pursue a personal injury claim against the liable party to recover your damages. Damages might include several things, such as medical expenses, lost wages, loss of future earnings, pain and suffering, loss of of enjoyment of life, and property damages.

Dangerous Highways in Jacksonville

With a population of more than 850,000 people as well as tourists and those just passing through on their way to other destinations, there are hundreds of thousands of cars passing through Jacksonville every day. Accidents can occur on any road or highway, but there are some roads more prone to car crashes than others.

  • I-95
    Often referred to as the deadliest road in America, I-95 is the site of many Florida crashes. While the interstate runs through 15 states, the section passing through Florida has more accidents. In a single year, the interstate saw 1,713 crashes in the Jacksonville area alone.

  • U.S. 1
    U.S. 1 is the most dangerous highways in the country. Passing through 13 Florida counties, more than 1,000 fatalities were reported on the road during a decade.

  • Beach Boulevard
    Heavily traveled Beach Boulevard is one of the worst roads for crashes in Jacksonville. Its intersections with Hodges Boulevard.

What To Do After A Crash

If you were hurt in a Jacksonville auto accident, you should do everything you can to preserve evidence and to protect your rights. You want to be able to pursue a personal injury claim to recover damages. Here are things to do after a crash:

  • Call 911 and ask them to send the police out to complete an accident report.
  • Exchange insurance information with the other driver.
  • Get the names and contact information for all witnesses to the accident.
  • Get immediate medical attention.

Jacksonville Auto Accident Resources

Jacksonville Hospitals

If you have been hurt in a motor vehicle accident in the Jacksonville area, you should go to the nearest emergency room for medical treatment. Even if you don't think your injuries are serious or if you don't think you are hurt at all, you should get checked by a medical professional because injuries might be worse than they initially appear.

Keep all your medical bills and medical records to include in your personal injury claim negotiations. Here are some hospitals in the Jacksonville area:

  • UF Health Jacksonville
    655 W. 8th St.
    Jacksonville, FL 32209

  • Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
    800 Prudential Dr.
    Jacksonville, FL 32207

  • Memorial Hospital
    3625 University Blvd. S
    Jacksonville, FL 32216

Jacksonville Auto Repair

If you have been involved in a Jacksonville auto accident, your vehicle is going to be in need of repairs. Make sure you get photos of the damage and keep all estimates and receipts for your negotiations with the insurance company. Here are some local auto body shops and towing services:

  • O'Steen's Auto Body Inc.
    241 Tresca Rd.
    Jacksonville, FL 32225

  • Gerber Collision & Glass
    1340 Cassat Ave.
    Jacksonville, FL 32205

  • Mike's Towing
    3156 Leon Rd.
    Jacksonville, FL 32246

The Most Important Resource: A Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been involved in a Jacksonville auto accident, you need to get the help of a personal injury attorney. Your personal injury claim will not be near as successful without the help of an experienced attorney on your side.

Schedule a free initial case evaluation right away, so you can make sure your claim is on the right track. Personal injury attorneys work on a contingency basis, so they don't get paid until you get paid.

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