How Do You Get Started With An Accident Case in the DMV?
After a serious accident, you probably have questions on how to get started. People we talk to who've been in accidents in D.C., Maryland and Virginia have never been in this situation before and usually have one or more questions, like:
- Should I use my health insurance to pay for medical treatment?
- How long do I have to file a claim with the insurance company?
- Should I sign the forms the insurance adjuster sends me?
- Do I really need a lawyer for my claim?
- Are the laws different in D.C., Maryland in Virginia - does it matter where I live or where the accident happened?
- If I need a lawyer, what can I expect and how does the process work?
As Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyers, we help people with serious accident and injury cases in DC, Maryland and Virginia. We're different, even old fashioned, some would say. We don't take every case. We only help people with serious injuries caused by another driver or company - people who need surgery, rehab, future medical care and can't work. Those are the folks we can help the most.
And we want everyone to have good information on what to do after an accident in DC, Maryland or Virginia. That's why we've published an e-book, The Ultimate Guide to Accidents in the DMV.
It will give you the confidence and guidance you need to make the best decision for you and your family. It's all about how to get started and something you can read in the comfort of your own home and make your own decisions about whether you need a lawyer and what kind of lawyer you want.
And we'll even tell you if we don't think you need a lawyer and can handle the case yourself - if your injury is relatively minor, that may be all you need!
So call us today at 202-393-3320 to order your free copy of this awesome consumer guide, or to talk about your accident and injuries to see how we can help. The call and the book are free, so you have absolutely nothing to lose. But don't wait, the sooner you get this information, the better off you will be.