If you are in an accident, even a minor accident, stop and provide the other driver with your name, telephone number, and insurance information. You should call the police.
Immediately contact your insurance company to report the accident. Document damage to your car, and if necessary, see a doctor to document your injuries. If there are witnesses to the accident, be sure to write down names and telephone numbers.
We realize that sustaining a personal injury can be devastating and affect all aspects of our client’s life. We understand the physical, financial and emotional stress that an injury or accident can place on you and your loved ones.
Please do not speak to an insurance adjuster without first consulting our experienced personal injury lawyers. The insurance company’s goal is to pay you as little as possible for your injuries, medical expenses, and property damages. Our goal is to see that you receive fair compensation for the full extent of your loss.
A car accident can cause serious injuries that need immediate medical attention as well as those that take days or weeks to appear. If you tell an insurance adjuster you feel fine, and accept a quick settlement offer, you will not be able to recover damages for crash-related symptoms that may appear later. This is especially true in cases involving concussions and neck and back injuries.