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Car accidents cause injuries every day. We understand the mechanism of the injuries and we can help you the proper obtain medical care.
Fatal accidents leave the surviving victims with an incredible loss. We help families with their claims and the criminal restitution.
Accidents with commercial trucks cause severe and permanent injuries. Important information must be obtained from the truck quickly.
Pedestrian accidents commonly leave the injury victims with long term or permanent spinal damages. Other related injuries take very long to heal.
Dog bites can leave permanent and visible scarring on the victim’s skin. Dog attacks can also lead to nerve damage that is constant and painful.
Motorcycle accidents can lead to severe injuries and fatalities. At times, the collision is so great that the rider’s helmet does not prevent a death.
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Car Accident FAQs
What should I do after a car accident?
Answer: The first thing you should do is ensure the safety of yourself and others. Call 911 if necessary, exchange information with other drivers, and gather evidence if possible.
Who is responsible for paying for damages after a car accident?
Answer: The driver at fault is responsible for paying for damages to the other vehicle(s) and any injuries sustained.
How do I determine who is at fault for the accident?
Answer: Fault is determined by investigating the accident, examining evidence, and talking to witnesses. Sometimes, fault is shared between multiple parties.
Should I speak to an insurance adjuster after a car accident?
Answer: Yes, you should speak to your insurance adjuster and provide them with information about the accident. However, you should avoid admitting fault or providing a recorded statement until you have spoken with an attorney.
Do I need a lawyer after a car accident?
Answer: It depends on the severity of the accident and the extent of your injuries. If you have been seriously injured or there is a dispute over fault or damages, it may be wise to hire a personal injury lawyer.
What damages can I recover after a car accident?
Answer: You may be able to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and other related losses.
How long do I have to file a personal injury claim after a car accident?
Answer: The statute of limitations varies, but generally you have between one and two years to file a personal injury claim after a car accident. A Notice of Claim against a public entity must be served within 180 days.
What if the other driver doesn’t have insurance?
Answer: If the other driver is uninsured or underinsured, you may be able to recover damages through your own insurance policy or through a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
What if I was partially at fault for the accident?
Answer: If you were partially at fault for the accident, your damages may be reduced by the percentage of fault attributed to you. However, you may still be able to recover damages for your injuries and other losses.
What should I do if the insurance company denies my claim?
Answer: If your claim is denied, you may need to hire a personal injury lawyer and file a lawsuit to recover damages.