Injuries can happen for any number of reasons in a variety of places. Those who have sustained injuries due to someone else's negligence or wrongdoing may be entitled to monetary compensation. Individuals who have incurred injuries are encouraged to seek legal counsel to discuss the particulars of their case and learn what type of damages to which they may be entitled.
Case-related settlements and lawsuits can and do often take a great deal of time, and during that time, some individuals may find it difficult to maintain their households and stay afloat financially -- especially if the injuries sustained are so severe that the harmed individual is unable to work. If that is the case, you are probably considering a number of options, including the possibility of obtaining Florida settlement funding.
We at Injury Funds Now encourage injured victims to examine all possibilities and make the best decision for their particular situation. Settlement funding can assist individuals in a variety of ways and the online application is quick and easy.
The information below provides helpful links and resources for those dealing with personal injuries in Florida and elsewhere in the United States. Individuals with questions should contact their legal representative or seek legal guidance from a knowledgeable legal professional.
Agencies Concerned With Safety and Preventing Personal Injuries
National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA): This is the federal agency that conducts research and gathers statistical information pertaining to a variety of traffic-related accidents. The agency also shares information and details with respect to auto recalls.
National Safety Council (NSC): The Council seeks to ensure that proper safety measures are followed whether an individual is at work, home, in the community or on the road. The NSC is committed to preventing the occurrence of injuries where possible.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA): The FMCSA handles the enforcement and enactment of regulations geared toward promoting compliance and safety in the interstate commercial trucking industry in an effort to prevent truck accidents and injuries.
Organizations Seeking to Improve Highway Safety and Lower Drunk Driving Accidents
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS): This is a nonprofit and independent organization that seeks to lower the occurrence of crash-related property damage, injuries and deaths.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD): This organization's mission is clear: "To end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking."
Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AIMM): Founded in 1982, the organization seeks to support and help victims and their families cope with the loss of a loved one or injuries sustained due to an intoxicated motorist.
Florida Personal Injury Laws That May Be Relevant to Your Case
Negligence laws: These laws provide information with respect to negligence, employer and premises liability as they relate to personal injury claims and cases.
Statute of Limitations: Individuals seeking recovery from an individual or entity for their injuries have certain time limits in which to file their legal claims. This link specifies those timeframes in certain cases.
Recovery/Damages: These laws relate to the kinds of damages one can expect based on his or her specific personal injury case.
Injury Funds Now is not affiliated with any of the above-mentioned agencies and organizations. Our sole interest is to provide injured victims with the information and resources needed to help them deal with their situation as effectively as possible. If you or someone you love is interested in learning more about settlement funding and how it could be of help to you, apply online or call 866-68-FUNDS (38637).