These days, the roads are packed with vehicles. For many people, it is not a question of “if” they will be hit by a car but rather “when.” You might be hit by a driver while in your own vehicle or as a pedestrian. You might be hit while moving or at a stoplight. When you are hit by another driver, if that driver is at fault, they and their insurance company likely owe you compensation for any injuries you may sustain or damage to your property.
For minor accidents involving only property damage, most people can resolve their claims simply by calling the insurance company and reporting the claim. However, if you have sustained an injury from an auto accident that requires medical treatment, caused you pain, cost you time at work, or other expensive or long-term problems, you should consider hiring a lawyer. Making a legal claim involving physical injuries is complicated and difficult. Without professional help from an attorney, you may not be able to protect all your legal rights. The insurance company has lawyers — why not you too?
If we agree to take your case, we will work for you on a contingency fee. That means you will never receive a bill from us, and you will only pay a percentage of the money we recover for you.