Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group Knows What is Important
Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group in Tampa understands the most important duty of a Tampa, FL auto accident attorney. We know that our highest calling is to protect the rights of our clients.
Your Rights in Florida
Because our attorneys in Tampa have over 14 years of experience, we know your rights and we know what we have to do to protect them.
Even though Florida is well-known as a “no-fault” car insurance state, that doesn’t mean that an injured driver gives up their right to sue. This is a right we will vigorously protect.
Who Decides Fault
Deciding who is at fault is a tricky business indeed. This is an important reason why you need the expertise of the Tampa Car Accident Attorney at Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group.
When there is a personal injury and/or property damage, the police must be called to the scene. They will sort through the evidence, get a narrative explanation from each driver, and try to talk to any witnesses who may be there.
They interpret their findings and decide who is at fault.
That’s Not the Final Assignment
Even though the police will assign fault, they don’t have the final word. Because Florida is a comparative fault state, each driver can share responsibility. Both drivers can be at-fault, to varying degrees. The insurance company Tampa Auto Accident Attorney adjusters for you and the other driver will each come to their own conclusions.
Protect Your Rights
At Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group we will start protecting your rights right from the beginning. We will make sure you know that it is not wise to talk to the opposing insurance company adjuster. It is particularly important not to admit any fault. You must only talk to your own Tampa Auto Accident Attorney.
Your Tampa Car Accident Attorney at Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group will collect their own evidence. They might be able to find things the police may have missed. They will also take on the difficult job of negotiating with the adjusters from the other driver’s insurance company.
What if the Other Driver Refuses to pay Damages?
At Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group we know that you have the right to ask for a judgment against the other driver if he has been found at fault and refuses to pay Tampa Auto Accident Lawyer. The Florida Bureau of Motorist Compliance will be able to get involved once you have obtained a judgment. They are able to suspend the driver’s registration, tags, and driver’s license for 20 years or until the other driver pays.
Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group
3903 Northdale Blvd #100e, Tampa, FL 33624