We are dedicated to helping people who have been wronged or injured obtain justice.
Value Care Pharmacy is comprised of personal injury attorneys and accident lawyers who fight hard to obtain justice and fair results for people who have been injured or wronged. We have primary and affiliated offices throughout the state of Florida in cities such as Coral Springs, Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Deefield, Hialeah, Hollywood, Kissimmee, Lauderhill, Margate, Miami, Miramar, Ocala, Orlando, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano, Sunrise, Tamarac, West Palm Beach and in many of Florida’s counties, such as Boward County. We also maintain offices in Alabama and Kentucky and work with firms in all 50 states, Washington DC and Puerto Rico.
Our respected and successful personal injury lawyers and accident attorneys represent more than 100 years of combined experience trying lawsuits and negotiating full, fair compensation for all types of personal injury actions–including auto accidents and truck accidents, slip and falls, workers compensation, nursing home abuse, brain injuries, cruise ship accidents, amusement park accidents, and product liability.
We dedicate our full time, attention, and considerable resources to every case, no matter how big or small, complex or simple, and consistently retain the best, most credible experts and consultants to evaluate potential liability and advocate for clients.
In the confusion following an accident, remember to take care of all medical needs first. If you are not seriously injured, the following are a few important things that will help you make sense of a confusing situation and protect yourself and your family, after the fact.
Assess the Situation and Call for Help — Before you act, take a brief moment to gather basic information from the scene. What is your own medical condition and the condition of your passengers? Are there any continuing dangers like fires or oncoming traffic? Scan the scene for any immediate dangers and deal with them as necessary. Take whatever means are necessary to secure your safety and the safety of your passengers before anything else. With any emergency needs attended to, call for help. If anyone is injured call 9-1-1 and ask for emergency medical attention to be directed to the location. If no one is injured, call the local police, sheriff, or highway patrol as appropriate to your situation.
Report the Facts — When medical help and law enforcement arrives, immediately report any injuries or ongoing emergencies. Answer any direct questions they ask about what happened to the best of your ability, but remember most insurance companies advise you — do not admit fault (you may not know all the facts) and do not share your policy limits with anyone. As the situation begins to calm down, take time to record important information about the accident and those involved at the scene. If you’re able, also take time to make a brief call to your insurance agency and let them know that you’ve been involved in an accident. Explain the situation to them and ask if they have any advice or special instructions for you while you’re on the scene.