Each year, more than six million auto accidents leave millions of people injured and facing uncertain recovery. The cost of this recovery can be staggering. It is often up to the injured party to pay for the other driver’s negligence. Our firm believes that costs such as care, convalescence, and recovery should be borne by those who deserve the blame – not just the person who was hurt. Just as is in workers’ compensation and personal injury, the first conference is completely free. We accept these cases on a NO RECOVERY, NO FEE basis.* Our fee comes only from either a settlement or a verdict in your favor.
Shopping for any kind of insurance is intimidating. How much coverage should I have, if I can afford it? What does limited tort mean? How much can I recover from the driver who hit me if he is not insured? Continue reading
Low-cost automobile insurance often means low protection. Low-cost coverage can hurt. It is best to put your money where it will help you the most. Car crash injuries are where the “rubber meets the road” and many learn too late that they are under-insured. Some of the coverages available with car insurance are more valuable than others. Collision, towing and rental car coverage do not help people who are injured. There are three auto insurance coverages where everyone should buy as much coverage as they can afford. Continue reading
Being in a car crash can be very scary. With emotions running high, it can be hard to remember what you should do after the collision occurs. Review the steps to take below. It may also be helpful to print these steps and put them in your car so you can read these steps rather than try to remember them in the heat of the moment.
1. If safely possible, move your car to the side of the road.
2. Find out if anyone is injured. If so, call for an ambulance. Continue reading