Negligence: Whose fault was the accident? If the accident was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation for damages caused by the accident.
Damages: If you were hurt in the car accident, you may be entitled to money for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages—as well as possible other damages.
Coverage: The driver who hit you should have insurance (i.e. Liability Coverage). If he or she has no insurance, you can turn to your own automobile insurance company for coverage (i.e. Underinsured or Uninsured Motorist Protection).
Key Deadline: You have 2 years after the accident to file a lawsuit. However, to ensure I do the best job I can for you, you should contact my office as soon after your accident as possible. Do not wait the two years. Contact me today for a free consultation.
What Happens When You Call or Email Me?
Once you contact my office, I will spend time getting to know you and your case. I will review all the facts surrounding your accident. I will carefully answer all of your questions. If you retain me, and there is legal merit to your case, I will then:
- Open your file,
- Notify all insurance companies involved,
- Obtain police reports and witness statements,
- Obtain your medical bills and records, and
- Make a demand to settle your case, only with your authority to do so.
If your case does not settle, I will ensure your case is prepared for litigation.