There Is A Right and Wrong Way To Do Things After a Serious Car Accident

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Doing the Right Thing After a Serious Accident in D.C., Maryland or Virginia

As one of my clients said, "I didn't plan for a hit and run driver to run me off the road on my way to work.  I didn't plan on being in the hospital and needing surgery." No one does. But what you do about it can make a big difference - taking the worry and uncertainty out of a complicated system, so you can focus Understanding What To Do After a Car Accidenton getting better and recovering from your injuries.

Most people don't understand how insurance companies work after a serious car accident - why would you even have thought about it.  You didn't do anything wrong.  You didn't cause the crash.  Here are just a few examples of things you will need to know after a car accident:

  • The other driver's insurance company doesn't pay your medical treatment up front, as you need it;
  • You can use your health insurance to get the medical treatment you need;
  • You may have additional insurance coverage on your car that can help;
  • If your accident happened on the job, you may get workers comp benefits as well.

Do You Need a Lawyer After a Serious Crash?

You've never had to hire a lawyer before (you've never needed one), and the whole process can be overwhelming.  Who can you trust? Well, you've done some initial research and found our website.  So this is a good start and you're in the right place.  We've written a book to help you answer some of the questions you have. And because this may be keeping you up at night, we've made it available as an e-book, so it can be downloaded and sent to you electronically and you can read it in the privacy of your own home. And there is no cost or obligation to you - it's completely free.

Some people do better talking things through after a serious accident.  We get that. So we set up times every week just to talk to people like you who have been hurt after an accident - sometimes it works best to talk about it and get answers to your specific questions. If that's you, call to set up a time to talk.  It will be a confidential, no obligation, private conversation - and there is no charge to you. 

Just call us at (202) 393 - 3320.  Live people answer the phone and will start helping you right away.

Frank R. Kearney, Attorney-at-Law
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Experienced DC Workers' Comp, Long Term Disability & Accident Lawyer
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