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How to know if you have a case?

  • You were injured in the accident.
  • The accident was the other driver fault.
  • Lost money from medical bills, pain and suffering, missed work, or emotional damage.
  • Don’t wait. You have limited time to act depending on the state where the accident occurred.

* Please consult a lawyer before proceeding with any legal actions.

What is Liability?

Liability is when someone is legally responsible to another person because of his or her actions or failure to act. In a personal injury case there may be several parties who have a certain degree of liability or responsibility for the auto accident.

What is Negligence?

Negligence is when one party is careless in its duty to someone. For example, if a landlord doesn’t repair a broken step and someone slips and falls, then the landlord was negligent. He had a duty to fix the step; he didn’t fix it; someone fell and suffered damages because he didn’t fix it. Negligence is often part of personal injury cases.

What are Considered Damages?

Damages is the legal word for the money an injured party has lost due to an injury. Those damages could be medical bills, prescriptions, time off from work, lengthy recovery time, and also pain and suffering. Most insurance policies only cover certain parts of the cost involved in common injuries like car accidents, slip and falls or workplace illnesses.

What is a Statute of Limitations?

The law limits the amount of time you can file a claim and collect damages for your auto accident. That law is called the Statute of Limitations. No matter how great your loss, you will not be able to collect if you miss this deadline. Your lawyer will know all the deadlines for your state. Putting a claim together can take time, so it’s important to consult with a lawyer near you as soon as possible.

Car Accident Injury Calculator

You were injured in a car accident and need to know what your case is worthYou will need an auto accident injury lawyer to calculate the value of your claim. This estimate can be given to you almost instantly. An attorney will look at several things including medical bills, missed work, the fault of the injury, and how the injury occurred. The numbers are added together and put into a system that will produce an estimate for your claim. 

Start your process here by filling out our form and then a lawyer will review the claim details to calculate what the claim is worth.  You are under no obligation to accept the estimate and best of all, the evaluation is totally free.

Common car accident injuries: 

  • Knee damage 
  • Spinal cord injury 
  • Brain trauma 
  • Neck injury 
  • Head trauma 
  • Whiplash 
  • Back injuries 
  • Wrongful death 

Common types of car accidents:

  • Motorcycle accidents 
  • SUV accidents 
  • Rear-end collisions 
  • 18-wheeler trucking accidents 
  • Uber car accident 
  • Head on collisions is a Nationwide service that provides FREE attorney consultations to injury victims.

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