If you’re seriously hurt in an accident, do things the right way from the beginning and avoid problems later.

If you have been in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, do things the right way from the beginning.

Because, let's face it, insurance companies count on people making mistakes.  They know that some people will hurt their own case and their chances of recovering for the medical bills, lost income, pain and other damages they suffered.  Insurance companies love it when people make mistakes.

Click here to find out more about why you can't trust insurance companies after a serious accident

So contact us today so you can do things the right way after your accident.

For example, one of the most important things you need to do after an accident is get all the information—this includes the other driver’s name, address, owner of the car or truck, and insurance information. Be sure to take photographs of the cars, get the police officer’s information and report number, and the names and contact information of all witnesses. Click here to understand what you should do after an accident

These can all help prove the accident was not your fault and was caused by the other driver.

Remember, the driver who hit you may tell his or her insurance company a very different version of what happened – blaming you, another driver, anything or anyone that allows him to avoid responsibility.  And his insurance company may use that bogus story to say the accident was your fault, or even try to sue you!

If you were seriously hurt in an accident, call us now to do things the right way from the beginning and avoid problems later.

Even if we can't help you or you don't want a lawyer (some people don't even need a lawyer for their accident case) we'll send you a FREE, no obligation  book about the process and what to expect after an accident in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, The Ultimate Guide to Accident Cases in the D.C. Metro Area.   Call us today at 202-393-3320 and we'll get it right to you or download a copy right now.

You'll learn a lot about how the system works after being hurt by another driver's negligence, like:

  • Why the insurance company wants to take your recorded statement (and whether you should let them)
  • How, when and why to use your health insurance to pay for the medical treatment you need after an accident
  • What you need to prove to win your case
  • 5 Mistakes most accident victims make
  • Whether you even need a lawyer for your case or should handle it on your own.

 

Read it in the privacy of your own home and then if you have questions or need more specific information for you and your family, just call us.  You'll get to speak to a real, live person in our office - not some call center like some law firms use. We set aside time every week to answer questions about serious car and truck accidents in the D.C. area.  Even if we can't help you, we'll do our best to answer your questions, and get you started on the right track.

 

 

 

 

4 Comments
I JUST GOT IN A ACCIDENT THAT WASNT MY FAULT, THE POLICE SAID THAT I WASNT AT FAULT, I DIDNT GO TO THE ER DO TO ME NOT HAVING A TOW TRUCK AND SOMEONE TALKING MY TRUCK HOME BUT I AM IN LOTS OF PAIN SO IS THE PEROSN THAT WAS RIDING WITH ME IN THE TRUCK I NEED HELP GETTING A DR N MY TRUCK FIX THE OTHER PARTY DOES HAVE INSURANCE BUT I DONT COULD YOU PLEASE HELP ME I NEED SOMEONE ON MY SIDE THAT KNOWS THE LAW
by LUIS MONTANO AKA G August 3, 2014 at 11:41 PM
The best thing to do is just make sure you have good insurance. They have it for just about everything, even private aircraft insurance haha. Just get the right insurance and they'll take care of you. Jason Stewart / www.alphariskmgmt.com
by Jason Stewart September 6, 2013 at 03:33 PM
If the injuries from an accident are significant, you should absolutely speak to a lawyer to get information on how to make up for the harm the other driver caused - permanent injuries, loss of work, surgical and rehab costs, etc. If the accident was a fender bender type with no lasting injury, you can probably handle that case yourself. Hit and run type accidents are the reason you need to have uninsured motorist insurance coverage (on your insurance policy). Uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage protects you by paying damages caused by a driver who left the scene or didn't have insurance.
by Frank Kearney August 29, 2013 at 02:30 PM
Would you recommend getting a lawyer if the accident is bad enough? And what if the driver speeds off and you don't have time to get his license plate number?
by criminal attorneys in Roseville CA August 29, 2013 at 01:35 PM
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