Car Accidents come in many forms. We Know.
No one ever anticipates getting into a car accident. The aftermath caused by an accident is overwhelming and the hurdles involved in the insurance claim process are often discouraging. These obstacles occur when you should be taking care of your injuries, and focusing on your medical recovery.
We understand the long to-do list after an accident. Plans must be made for your family members, employer, your healthcare, and your vehicle. A good lawyer will take much of the weight off of your shoulders by being the point of contact with the insurance company.
If you’ve been in an accident, you know that the insurance company will call asking about your injury claim. If you choose to handle your claim without help from a car accident lawyer, be very cautious when speaking with the insurance company
We encourage you to speak with us before speaking to an insurance company. Find out the important legal impact of routine discussions with your insurance company, for example:
- whether you should give a statement
- whether you should comment on your injuries
- are your injuries actually “minor”
- what treatment you need and for how long.
The answers to these questions, and many others, have a direct impact on your injury claim.
If you have already spoken to the insurance company or provided an accident adjuster with a statement, please get in touch with us as soon as possible.
We encourage you to speak with us about your accident claim. NOVA is dedicated to our trade – Injury Law. We know the opportunities and pitfalls at play with car accident claims. Put our experience on your side in order to safeguard your claim and maximize your recovery.
If you aren’t ready to contact a lawyer yet, please do ensure that you are taking care of your medical recovery. Too often do we see clients who have serious injuries but have not sought out medical treatment.
Many car accident victims may be able to walk away from an accident, but some experience considerable effects from the accident, including whiplash, bruising, concussion, internal bleeding, and broken bones. In addition to physical injuries, many accident victims suffer psychological effects from the accident, generalized anxiety, driving anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, or a change from their regular self.
Be sure to speak to your family doctor about your injuries. Seek out a walk-in clinic if your doctor isn’t available.
We encourage you to take advantage of our no-risk free case assessment. At worst, you’ll understand the law related to your claim and have a good understanding of your injury claim. At best, you’ll have an experienced injury lawyer working directly on your case from start to finish.
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