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Injured in a Car Accident?

You may be entitled to significant compensation.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, the car injury lawyers in our network can help you navigate through this difficult time. Our accident lawyers have years of experience helping injured victims get back on their feet; we understand the stresses that you are facing, the medical bills, a damaged car, an inability to work, etc., and our team is here to help you through this. Best of all, when you contact our office, you will get a no-risk consultation and owe us nothing if we do not win your case.

Our network of attorneys is dedicated to helping individuals that have suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident.    Our network of experienced trial lawyers can help you defend your legal rights and obtain maximum compensation for your injuries.

We take our clients seriously and have a passion for helping people, so you can trust you will be treated like family.

Our mission is simple: connect attorneys in our network to victims of injuries so that they can offer superior legal representation to victims of auto accidents and fight to obtain as much compensation as possible for their damages. If you are involved in an automobile accident and you have questions about your auto accident or injuries, contact us at our free consultation call. Our team is available 24/7, so do not waste another minute! Call us today at (888) 491-0444 and let us work for you.

No two clients face the exact same issues following an auto accident, and neither do the circumstances surrounding the accident. That is why there is not one fixed fee an attorney charges to every person involved in a crash. Some attorneys charge a flat rate, whereas others charge on an hourly basis. Different auto accident lawyers charge varying rates.

The lawyers in our network charge nothing to you unless we actually win your case. They operate on a contingency fee basis, and they are available to talk with you about your potential case in more detail when you contact us at (888) 491-0444. They offer a free, no-obligation initial consultation, in which they will find out more about your situation to determine whether they believe you have a case.

After being involved in an automobile accident, there are steps that you will want to take to both keep yourself safe and preserve as much of your strength as possible in your potential personal injury lawsuit. The first thing you should do is contact the police. Tell them it is only a car accident. They will get to the accident site once they can.

Check on anyone in the vehicle with you, and on the other driver and his or her passengers. You want to be sure that all are okay, and/or in what state they are in.

Never leave the scene of a crash, as you could actually be in trouble with the law if you do. You want to share the contact information with the other person. This includes their telephone numbers as well as license information. If possible, share the details of your insurance.

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If the other party does not cooperate, then wait for the police to arrive on the scene. Take pictures, record videos, and jot down notes about the scene with as many details as you can. If needed, record the surrounding area as well as the immediate vicinity of the incident on video. Trust us when we say that you will be happy that you recorded the scene down the road. Do not accept fault, even when the police appear to place blame.

After being involved in an automobile accident, it is likely that you will be unable to think straight because an assortment of emotions are coursing through your body. If you are uncomfortable answering some of the questions that police are asking, do not answer their questions.

This is important because too often, people who are involved in car accidents do not get medical treatment. You need to get medical help, even if you feel okay. You may feel okay right now, but after you calm down and several days pass, then the effects of a motor vehicle crash on your body and/or psychological state will be clear. Also, it is always better to be safe than sorry.

Finally, get in touch with an auto accident lawyer. Better yet, call us at (888) 491-0444 for a free case consultation and review. Our auto accident lawyers can counsel you about what you should do when involved in a motor vehicle accident.

What is the average settlement in a motor vehicle accident? The truth is that there is no average settlement for a car accident. That is because many factors go into play, like whether the insurance company offers a fair settlement outside the courts, and also whether or not the case really goes all the way to trial.

Other factors include the particulars of a motor vehicle crash, such as whether negligence was involved, whether there was distracting driving, if drugs/alcohol were involved, the extent of injuries, and emotional distress, just to name a few. We are strong believers in getting fair compensation to each and every client that we take on. Some things that we will look at in determining what a settlement should include are insurance coverage, medical bills, and pain/suffering.

Depending on your circumstances, we may also factor in vehicle repairs and lost wages from having to miss time from work. When Should I Get an Attorney For My Car Accident?. . Has your vehicle been substantially damaged?

If it has, you are going to want to hire an attorney. If you did not suffer injuries at all, and the accident involved just a small car crash, which caused almost no damage to your car, then you may not need a lawyer. In general, though, it is still a good idea to talk with an attorney soon after the crash. As mentioned earlier, there are specific steps that you will want to take following a car crash, the final one being contacting an auto accident attorney.

After being in a car accident, be sure to contact our team at (888) 491-0444. We will tell you if you have a case.

Why Do I Need a Car Accident Attorney?

First, you need an attorney because there are a lot of challenges in getting ready to litigate a personal injury lawsuit. By hiring one of our car crash lawyers, you can rest easy knowing that we will take on most of the load. We will prepare for your case, including gathering all of the necessary materials to build your lawsuit against the people who were responsible for your injuries. Second, we may be able to negotiate a settlement.

As mentioned above, insurance companies will frequently attempt to negotiate settlements out of court, but often, they will make offers that are unfair. We try to negotiate fair settlements, and if the insurance company offers you a deal that we feel you should not take, we will take the case to trial.

Third, we will manage the preparations for a trial, and if your case goes to court, we will represent you. This means that we will prove why you are innocent, present evidence, call witnesses, etc.

It will be determined by your injuries, whether you were partly to blame, and the other factors surrounding your auto accident. In some cases, you may receive just $5k or less, but if you were seriously injured and the crash was not your fault, then you may get a lot more than this. There are many different factors that go into how much you can potentially get back for your damages. To get a better idea of what you might be able to get, you should contact our team at (888) 491-0444.

What types of damages may I be able to recover? There are three types of damages that you can recover. Economic, noneconomic, and punitive are the three. These damages include things like property losses, lost income, and medical care. Anything with financial costs related to your motor vehicle accident can be considered economic damage.

We may be able to discuss specifics surrounding your car accident to determine what types of economic damages you can potentially recover. These types of damages include things like emotional pain, sleeplessness, anxiety, stress, and fear. Noneconomic damages may include the loss of loved ones, and also the loss of pleasure. Anything not valued by money, that is related to the motor vehicle crash, may be included in a lawsuit.

Punitive damages are awarded in cases that involve a defendant causing an accident through willful malice and/or driving in a manner they knew would result in greater harm to the other driver. These are just a few examples of this. In short, punitive damages are meant to be a way of punishing the negligent parties in your case, as well as to discourage others from making the same mistakes. This depends on which state the incident occurred in.

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The Law May Limit The Time You Have To File A Claim

Under the legal rule known as “the statute of limitations,” any claim stemming from an accident or an injury must be filed within a specific period of time, otherwise, the injured persons legal claims are barred, and their right to bring suit is lost for all time.

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