Determining the appropriate strategy for handling an auto accident insurance claim can be challenging. Collecting and analyzing all relevant medical information, including evidence of any overstatement of the seriousness of injuries or the presence of an undisclosed pre-existing condition. In these instances, you are required to stop, remain at the scene, render aid and facilitate medical care, and otherwise exchange information. As discussed in more detail in other volumes of these legal guides, money damages are the recognized measure of loss in personal injury cases. In addition, the attorneys of the firm work with insurance companies and self-insureds defending aggressively against claims for personal injury and wrongful death.
Our representation includes full services for insurance companies and obligatory representation of insureds, including:
Commercial vehicle claims
Pedestrian and cyclist injuries
Wrongful death claims
Uninsured/Underinsured driver (UM/UIM) claims
Hit-and-run liability claims
Policyholder bodily injury claims
Stolen vehicle claims
“Phantom" Vehicle Claims
Fire losses and other physical damage claims
Our lawyers have experience in defense of personal injury and wrongful death claims. To protect yourself from liability and doubt that may arise in your case later, here are a few things that you should always do immediately following the accident. Whether we are helping you file a claim, negotiating with insurance or, if necessary, representing you in court, our focus is on getting you the settlement you need to recover fully.
The firm endeavors to provide the best legal representation available at an affordable price. In addition, the damage award is reduced by the percentage of liability the party shares for the accident.