We have resolved hundreds of automobile injury claims. As your legal representatives, we will reach out and contact all of the parties and insurers, as well as, witnesses to preserve the evidence from the collision. Then we will assist you with any insurance applications or issues that arise during the process. Once you have either completed treatment for your injuries, or at your direction, we will gather all the materials necessary, hire any necessary experts, and present your claim to the insurer for resolution. Once you are satisfied, we will resolve your claim. If you are not satisfied, we will move forward with a lawsuit.
Automobile collisions can be straight forward in terms of determining the party at fault, and still present complex issues of insurance or injuries. Each case presents unique issues that impact each claim differently. Some insurers may deny liability, others may not be aware of the collision and their exposure. It is important that your attorney seek out all sources of recovery before considering settlement. Insurance coverage may arise from a number of sources depending on your circumstances and those of the responsible driver. Ensure that your attorney understands these issues and can address them as they arise.
Injuries from automobile collisions can range from death to non-physical injury, called emotional distress. The law provides for compensation if you, or a loved one, has experienced the consequences of another’s negligence. We understand that injuries affect you and your loved ones. We will be there to help you through those difficult times. As your legal representatives, we believe it is our job to handle any problems with any insurer involved in your claim whether it is the at fault driver’s, your own automobile insurer, or even your health insurer. If you don’t have automobile insurance, or health insurance, we will do our best to help with your health providers, or those seeking payment for related health bills, and negotiate with them on your behalf.
We will seek to identify all parties that may be responsible for your injuries and hold them accountable.