What Happens After An Auto Accident?
Personal injury attorneys can ensure you receive the care and compensation you are entitled to.
Here are a few ways an attorney may be able to help your case:
1. Obtaining Evidence
- Your attorney will always try and obtain as much evidence as possible after an incident; this can include talking to witnesses, securing camera footage, obtaining the necessary police report and more. The evidence obtained can help show what party was at fault making this a vital part of the process.
2. Communicating with Insurance on your Behalf
- If you are not represented by an attorney, the adverse insurance may be in direct contact with you. They will often attempt to to get an explanation from you or a written statement. Anything you say can be used against you. If you have an attorney, contact on your behalf goes through them.
3. Taking your Case to Trial
- If it is necessary, an attorney can go to trial to represent you after a car accident. If the adverse party is not willing to negotiate or settle for a fair amount, your attorney will present the evidence they have collected to show why the other driver was at fault. This information is presented to a judge or jury who will ultimately decide what you are awarded for your case.
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