Car Accident Attorney

Experienced Car Accident Attorney Ready To Help You

Have you ever been driving around and encountered a negligent motorist colliding with your vehicle, ruining your weekend, or perhaps interfering with your daily commute to work? If you’ve suffered several injuries from the accident and seek financial compensation, reach out to The Representatives. Book your consultation online or call at (888) 910-REPS (7377).
Besides the mental agony, the affected often suffer physical injuries from the accident.
You can always count on our team of expert personal injury attorneys with years of experience who have helped 100s of clients get the compensation they deserve.

Car Accident Laws Everyone Should Know

Filling a car accident injury law suit

The deadline for filing a car accident injury lawsuit is four -years from the date of the incident. Subsequently, lawsuits for property damage, including the damage to the vehicle, have a three-year time limit. Confused about whether you are eligible to file a complaint or not? Benefit from a free consultation offered by The Representatives.

In some states is a no-fault auto insurance, which should be noted. Irrespective of who was responsible for the collision, anyone involved must ordinarily claim their own personal injury protection coverage to get compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and other economic losses. Only limited circumstances allow for filing a claim against the responsible party.

The unfortunate reality is that most of the time, the insurance companies lowball the victims of negligent accidents. Many victims are reluctant to pay the attorney fees from the compensation received, but in reality, attorneys help obtain accurate compensation for their clients. It is tough to obtain adequate compensation without legal representation, even when you have suffered severe injuries. Often, an insurance company will approach you like a friend who wants to help. This is far from reality; they would do their best to convince you into the lowest possible offer. Our attorneys work as a third party between our clients and the insurance company to ensure that our clients get back the quality of life they enjoyed before the incident. Still not sure? Book a free consultation to get advice from our personal injury firm.
Here are some of the ways our team could help you
  • Launch an investigation to prove the cause of the accident was negligence on behalf of the other motorist, gathering evidence to measure the loss suffered, both economic and non-economic, accurately.
  • Negotiate with the insurance company to obtain adequate compensation and, if necessary, find your rights in court.
  • We will walk you through your legal options.
  • Suggest a course of action to receive the maximum compensation

Here are some of the steps you should take if you are in an unfortunate accident.

  1. Get out of your vehicle to a safe zone
    Irrespective of whether you've remained unharmed or injured, the first step is to get out of the vehicle and enter a safe area. Subsequently, get your automobile out of the way to a space nearby if you have a chance.
  2. Contact the police
    In the first instance, it is advised to call the authorities to the car accident scene. Once they arrive, explain the situation truthfully and to the best of
    your knowledge. This would eventually assist you when your insurance company processes your insurance claim.
  3. Never take the blame
    While being asked questions, refrain from admitting or taking responsibility for the accident. Your insurance company might decline your claim even though, in reality, evidence shows that you were initially not at fault as you thought so to be.
  4. Exchange information
    Ensure you exchange all sorts of essential information about the other driver. This includes; the license plate number, the name of the passenger and the driver, the make and model of the automobile, badge id of the police officer on duty. If you could, take the information of possible witnesses.

  5. Take pictures
    Try to gather pictures of the accident location, the number plates of the cars involved, and the vehicle's damages. Documenting evidence is always helpful in getting remedies from the court and the maximum compensation amount from the insurance companies.
  • Property damage
  • Consequential financial losses
  • Past and future medical bills
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Mental trauma
  • General Inconvenience
  • Scarring
  • All kinds of personal injury
  • Loos of companionship
  • Drunk driving
  • Driving without taking adequate safety procedures, i.e, not wearing a seat belt
  • Teenage driving
  • Texting while driving
  • Eating or drinking while driving
  • Distracted driving
  • Neck and connective tissue injuries
  • Injuries on the back and the pelvis
  • Permanent disability
  • A spinal cord injury
  • Damage to the internal organs
  • Limb injuries
  • Injuries to the chest
  • Various minor injuries
  • Psychiatric injury
The Representative is a personal injury law firm. Our team of expert attorneys have years of experience representing clients and getting fair compensation. Avail of a free consultation now.


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