Where Do I Start To File A Claim For An Automobile Crash?
Have you been involved in an automobile crash? Are you fighting with an insurance company that is being unreasonable and denying your claim? If so, you may feel overwhelmed dealing with insurance adjusters as you struggle to pay your bills and fight to recover from your injuries. Not knowing what to do after a crash adds to the frustration, anxiety, and You need straight answers to questions like what’s going to happen at work, will insurance pay for my medical treatment, how long is all of this going to take, and who are the insurers that are liable to pay for all of this damage?
The Levinson Law Group gives you straight answers to your questions. Gordon R. Levinson understands how insurance companies work because he has represented some of the largest insurance companies in North America. Now Mr. Levinson uses his knowledge and experience to represent automobile crash victims against these big insurance companies. We accept cases on a contingent fee. That means that if there is no recovery in your case you pay no fee. And in most cases, we even advance the costs. For your free consultation, call 1-866-643-HURT (4878) today.
Let Our Trained Team of Legal Professionals Deal with the Insurance Company
An automobile crash turns your life upside down. You need to focus on recovering from your injuries but the insurance company wants you to discuss the details of the crash and the details of your medical condition. The insurance company is not trying to help you — it is protecting its bottom line. The Levinson Law Group protects you.
Be careful what you say and what you sign when dealing with an insurance company following an automobile crash. In fact, it is in your best interest not to speak with the insurance company for the other driver. You should never provide a written or recorded statement or sign any documents until you consult with our office. Statements and releases could hurt your changes of a fair and just settlement.
What Do I Do After an Automobile Crash?
If you are involved in an automobile crash in California, you must stop. Contact law enforcement and emergency services immediately. Law enforcement may not respond to the accident if the collision did not result in injuries. Regardless of whether the police respond and file an accident report, you must report the automobile crash to the DMV within 10 days or you will lose your driving privileges. If you or someone on your behalf can take pictures of the accident scene, that will be helpful.
Your first priority following an automobile crash is to seek medical assistance. We want you to have the best chance of recovery; however, we also want to protect you legal rights. Therefore, as soon as possible following an automobile crash, contact our office. The insurance company for the other driver will immediately begin working to mitigate its losses. You need someone working on your behalf to ensure you receive justice. Your job is to focus on your recovery — our job is to focus on the rest.