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  |  September 1, 2022
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Experienced Car Accident Lawyers Serving Spring Hill, Florida

“They are simply the best!! Professional, Assertive and have the years of experience to know how to handle all situations”

-Irene Jonas, client review

Why Would I Need a Car Accident Lawyer in Spring Hill?

While driving may be necessary for those living in Spring Hill, driving is often dangerous. In fact, car crashes are one of the leading causes of injury and death in our country, causing more harm than most other accident types. While nothing can change the fact that you’ve been in a crash, you do have the right to recover monetary damages for the harm you’ve suffered and we can help. Please call our Spring Hill car accident lawyers today for a free consultation and an overview of your options.

In the time that it takes you to take your eyes off of the road, a car accident can occur. Car accidents can be incredibly deadly and when they do not result in fatal injuries, they often leave those involved with injuries that change the course of their life forever. Our lawyers are here to provide support and guidance after your crash, and have experience working on a number of different car accident case types.

No-Fault Insurance in Florida

If you’ve been in a crash, it’s important to understand how no-fault insurance works in our state. No-fault insurance allows drivers to recover compensation after a crash regardless of fault; all drivers maintain personal injury protection coverage and bring forth a claim with their own insurance company after a crash.

While the no-fault system allows for recovery after an accident regardless of fault, it does not allow for a driver to file a claim against another’s insurance or file a lawsuit against an at-fault party. However, this rule is lifted for those who have suffered serious injuries, which include injuries that result in permanent and serious loss of a bodily function, permanent injury, scarring and disfigurement, or death. If you step outside of the no-fault system, you can pursue compensation for the full value of your losses, including pain, suffering, and emotional distress.

Why You Need a Car Accident Attorney

While you may want to believe that the car insurance adjuster is on your side, the truth is that car insurance companies want to save money. This means that the insurance adjuster may try to argue that you were at fault for the accident, that your claim isn’t eligible, or that your damages aren’t as severe as you claim. When you work with a car accident attorney, you’ll have an advocate on your side whose primary job is to make sure you get the compensation award you deserve.

How to Improve the Outcome of Your Case

If you have been injured in Spring Hill, you will likely be able to improve the outcome of your case by reporting the accident immediately, gathering evidence, following your doctor’s orders, knowing what your claim is worth, and working with an attorney.

Call us at 1-877-941-4878 or submit a contact form for a free consultation.

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Why Should I Hire Kemp, Ruge & Green?

It is very easy to describe what Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group does. Our mission statement says it all. We strive to “relentlessly pursue protecting our clients and improving our community through respect, communication and service.” Put more simply, we help people.

Everything we do is with that singular purpose in mind. If a client has been injured by someone else, we will do everything we can to make sure they get the best possible medical care at little or no expense to them. If a client is going through a divorce, we will vigorously work to help them get everything they need to put the pieces of their life back together and to make sure their rights are protected.

Our firm is unique; we are committed to our community and our clients with a level of legal expertise that is among the highest in the area. In fact, we were featured in Positively Tampa for our efforts.

Our attorneys are members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a national group that provides a network for information exchange, local assistance and case referrals to top trial lawyers in America who have won large, complex cases. Fewer than 1% of attorneys nationwide earn this high distinction. We always provide legal representation in your best interests, maintaining open communication lines, and keeping you updated about your case every step of the way.

Regardless of where you live in the Tampa Bay region, including Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, and Hernando Counties, we look forward to helping you make the best of your situation. Many of our attorneys have been acclaimed as among the 1% of all attorneys in the country, and they’re right here in our area, ready to help you.

Common Questions About Car Accidents in Spring Hill, FL

  • What is a Deposition?
  • The easiest way to think of a deposition is that it is a question-answer session. You will show up one day with me or another attorney from our firm to a court reporter’s office and you will be placed under oath and then the other side, their attorney gets an opportunity to ask you questions. You simply just respond to the questions to the best of your ability and at the end you will have an opportunity to review the transcript to see if there are any errors or changes that you feel did not get recorded correctly.
  • What is Litigation?
  • All it means is once a case actually gets filed with the court system. So you have pre-lit which is when you are negotiating, you are working with the defendants to try to come up with a compromise without the need to actually file that complaint. When the case actually gets filed with the court system, that’s when we say it’s in litigation.
  • What Happens When Moving a Case from Pre-litigation to Litigation?
  • When you have a case when it actually goes into litigation along the way there are some additional things that you as the client are asked to help with and the first one is we will have what are called discovery served on us. That is interrogatories, requests to produce requests for admissions. What those are are questions to you and they are basically asking you to provide information about what’s going on in your lawsuit. You work with our office, we get your responses prepared, you review them to make sure that they are accurate and correct. Then you actually go in front of a notary and you sign and you state that. Then we also get documents and we produce those and then on the steps we have what is called a deposition. A deposition is a question and answer session that you sit in with your attorney and the other side and they ask you what’s going on in the case of what’s going on with your injuries. After the deposition you have what is called mediation which is another chance to try to resolve the case with a neutral third-party called the mediator and then if we can’t resolve the case along that path we ultimately get what’s called a trial. That’s when you go in front of the jury and we try to resolve the case and have the jury come back with a decision.

Living in Spring Hill

Spring Hill is a Tampa suburb with a population of slightly over 100,000 people. Despite its relatively large size, the city has a rural and close-knit feeling. Sitting within Hernando County, Spring Hill lies at the geographic center of Florida near several large metropolitan areas.

It’s a popular city for growing families due to its low cost of living and a wide range of employment options in nearby Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, and Orlando. The median cost of a home is about $170,000 and the cost of living index is lower than the national average.

While the city consistently gets high rankings for amenities and affordability, it also has a certain amount of drug crime and even occasional violent crime. The poverty rate here is 14.6%, which is higher than the national average of about 11%.

Spring Hill Local Services & Emergency Contact Information

In an emergency, always call 911.

After a motor vehicle crash:

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