Each year, hundreds of thousands of people suffer from car accident-related injuries resulting from another person’s mistake or carelessness. In fact, most personal injury lawsuits involve car accidents. Each year, the financial cost of car accidents totals over twenty billion dollars in California according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Injuries sustained from car accidents can pose drastic short and long-term effects on a victim’s life and also the lives of their loved ones. At the Levinson Law Group we strive to pursue justice for victims of car accidents while ensuring our clients receive the highest compensation for their damages as possible. Personal injury claims resulting from car accidents must be made within a specific time period so it is important to seek legal advice from a reputable personal injury lawyer such as Gordon Levinson immediately.
Call the Levinson Law Group today at 1-866-643-HURT (4878) for a free consultation if you or someone you know has been involved in a car accident that was the result of another person’s negligence.
Who’s At Fault?
In order to recover monetary damages following a car accident, it must be proven that the other driver was at fault for the crash. Some cases are relatively clear and simple to determine who was at fault. For example, if someone rear-ends your vehicle, it is virtually never your fault, regardless of why you stopped. In other cases, however, who is at fault can be more difficult to prove. At the Levinson Law group, we thoroughly examine all available information, such as the traffic collision report, the scene of the accident, the witness statements, the property damage estimates and all available photos to determine who was responsible for the accident.
Dealing with Insurance Companies
When you don’t have a lawyer to represent you, insurance companies typically try to settle cases as quickly and for the lowest dollar amount possible, often offering car accident victims settlements for as little as $500 or $1,000 straight away. If you are not familiar with the insurance claim process, the insurance company will have a major advantage over you. Legal representation by an experienced personal injury lawyer will help prevent an unreasonable settlement and assure that you receive fair compensation for your damages.
Be careful when providing information to an auto insurance company. You are not required to comply with all of the insurance adjuster’s requests. Insurance companies typically request a recorded statement from you, all of your confidential medical and employment records, and they often request that you submit to a medical examination by their doctors. By obtaining all of this information, they are building their case against you! If you have been involved in a car accident it is important you retain a personal injury attorney immediately to help prevent insurance company harassment, call the Levinson Law Group today at 1-866-643-HURT (4878) so we can start building a case for you.
If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to a cash settlement for your pain and suffering, medical bills, property damage, lost current and future earnings and other losses you incurred. An important factor to a successful personal injury case is gathering all of the damages resulting from the car accident and including them in your claim. At the Levinson Law Group, we maximize your damage claim to get you the highest overall cash settlement possible.
If you have been injured in a car accident, it is important to get both medical and legal help immediately as it can have a major effect on the outcome of your claim. At the Levinson Law Group, you can have the best legal representation available for no money out of your pocket. We work on a contingent fee and offer a free consultation. We will fight to get you the justice you deserve!
Call the Levinson Law Group at 1-866-643-HURT (4878) to schedule a free consultation today!
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