Auto accidents can happen to anyone and can result in serious injuries or even wrongful death. Motor vehicle accidents are the most common cause of personal injuries in the United States. Every year, nearly 2 million people are injured in motor vehicle crashes, and Florida is among the states with the highest amount of motor vehicle-related deaths.





Most auto accidents are caused by drivers who violate traffic laws and safety rules and can be easily prevented. However, proving who is at fault for an auto accident could be challenging.

Auto accidents can happen for multiple reasons, including careless driving, speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, distracted driving, texting and driving, reckless driving, and others. At times, weather conditions and poor visibility may contribute to an auto accident. Auto accidents can also result from poorly designed or improperly maintained roads. Certain conditions like faulty barriers, inadequate or missing guard rails, improperly marked road hazards, and malfunctioning traffic control signals can also result in serious crashes.

In some cases, a defect in the manufacturing of a vehicle can cause an accident. Whether the defect involved the tires, brakes, seat belts, airbags, or engine, the manufacturer and other parties involved could be liable for your injuries and damages if the defect caused or contributed to your auto accident.

The experienced auto accident attorneys at Remudo Law Firm can help you identify the at-fault party or parties who caused or contributed to your auto accident. We have the knowledge, experience, and resources to aggressively protect and enforce your rights and help you get the compensation you deserve.



When you have been hurt in an auto accident, you have big challenges. The stress, burdens, and hardship of your situation could be overwhelming. You may find yourself in pain, without transportation, limited to work, and unable to do things as you did before. Meanwhile, expensive medical bills continue to accumulate, and the insurance companies continue to deny, delay, or underpay your claim while trying to recover from your injuries. You don’t have to drive through this difficult road alone. We can help you.


At Remudo Law Firm, we understand how an auto accident changes your life, and we will fight to protect your rights and get you the results you deserve. To make life easier, the Florida auto accident attorneys at Remudo Law Firm can aggressively fight for your rights against the insurance companies, so you can concentrate on what matters most—healing and getting your life back.

Once we are retained, the Florida auto accidents attorneys at Remudo Law Firm can help you:


Once we are retained, the Florida auto accidents attorneys at Remudo Law Firm can help you:

Investigate the circumstances of your accident

Identified the parties that caused or contributed to your injuries and damages

Locate and preserve important evidence

Find all the insurance coverage available

Deal with the insurance company directly

Gather the necessary documentation, including police reports, medical records, and lost wage information

Monitor your medical care and treatment and document all your damages

Build the strongest possible case to maximize your possibilities of recovery

Explain the process and help you examine the totality of the circumstances affecting your case

Provide you objective recommendations to help you make informed decisions about your case

The auto accident lawyers at Remudo Law Firm can give you straight, simple answers about all aspects of your claims, including your injuries, medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and more.

If you are the victim of an auto accident, don’t try to take on the insurance company alone. You have rights, and you may be entitled to more than the insurance company wants to admit. At the Remudo Law Firm, we know how to deal with insurance companies and their tactics. Don’t let an insurance company decide what benefits you are entitled to.

Our compassionate, experienced, and tenacious auto accident attorneys at Remudo Law Firm will help you protect and enforce your rights. The sooner you contact us, the greater your chances to present the strongest possible case. Don’t wait another day to get the help you need.




Taking these steps after your car accident can help protect your health and your rights to compensation:

  • Check to see if you are OK and safe. See if you or your passengers are injured. Make sure your car is in a secure location. Check your surroundings and see if others need help.
  • Call 911. If anyone is injured or if there are serious damages to vehicles or property, call 911 right away. Emergency responders can begin treating those injured at the crash scene and, on occasion, promptly transport them for further urgent treatment that may be needed. Additionally, the police can gather evidence and prepare a crash report to record your crash.
  • Get medical attention as soon as possible. Serious injuries typically require emergency medical attention. But even if, in the heat of the moment, it’s still important to get examined by a doctor as soon as possible. Internal injuries, soft tissue injuries, stiffness, and other injuries can develop slowly after the accident, and seemingly minor injuries can worsen. The initial medical report can serve as valuable evidence of the seriousness of your injuries. Additionally, you can preserve important coverage and benefits that may otherwise be lost if you do not seek medical attention in a timely fashion.
  • Take pictures. A picture is worth a thousand words. If possible, take photos of the vehicles, your injuries, the accident scene, obstructions, skid marks, and anything else you think may be relevant. Note any surveillance cameras that may have recorded the incident at the scene. If any witnesses have a dash camera or recorded a video, ask them to send the footage to you. Photos and videos can serve as valuable evidence when pursuing a personal injury claim.
  • Gather information. You should get the full name, contact information (telephone number, address, and email), license plate number, and insurance policy number of the other driver(s) and any witnesses.
  • Write down what happened. As soon as you are able, write down everything you can remember about the accident. The more details you can provide about what happened, the better your chances of receiving compensation.
  • Be careful with what you say. While it is natural to check on the well-being of everyone involved in the accident. Your good intentions should not be confused with an admission of fault. Just because you ask the other driver if they are fine, it does not mean that you are to blame for the crash. The fault should never be admitted or assumed until all the circumstances are fully and properly investigated. There may be factors that could have caused or contributed to the crash that you may be unaware of at first, such as a distracted driver, an obstruction on the road, a speeding car, or an improperly maintained vehicle. Try to stay calm and avoid escalating the situation.
  • Keep copies of records and receipts. Keep a receipt for every expense related to your accident. Proper documentation is crucial to recover the costs of medical treatment, rental cars, vehicle repairs, medications, transportation to and from the doctor, and others.
  • Do not speak with the insurance carrier for the other parties. The insurance company may contact you following the accident and ask you to provide a statement and/or sign documents. Your words and intentions may be misconstrued, and signing any settlements may jeopardize your interests and negatively affect your rights. Avoid providing statements, and do not sign any documents unless you consult your attorney and fully understand your rights.
  • Call a lawyer. The insurance companies have lawyers, investigators, and other professionals looking after their interests, and you should have someone to protect you. Hiring an attorney early in the process can be beneficial for several reasons. A lawyer will deal with the insurance company on your behalf and can help you avoid mistakes that could hurt the value of your claim. An experienced Florida auto accident attorney can protect you from the insurance company, compile and submit all accident-related evidence, prepare a strong case on your behalf, and help you maximize your recovery by getting full and fair compensation for your injuries and damages. With an experienced advocate handling your claim, you can focus on your health and let your attorney deal with everything else to maximize your recovery.



We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we only get paid when you get paid. This way, you have immediate access to quality legal representation without any financial strain or out-of-pocket legal expense, and you can concentrate on getting better. At the same time, we focus on maximizing your case results.


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780 NW LeJeune Rd.
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Miami, Florida 33126

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