Negligent driving accounts for a majority of automobile accidents, some of which may lead to serious injuries and possibly death. Additionally, aggressive and reckless driving may lead to accidents on the roads as well. Our office will assist with your case with the preliminary investigation from obtaining police reports through final settlement, including if your case goes to trial. We determine the at fault party or parties based on several theories of law available to injured parties, and if there is coverage-set up your claim with the adjuster, and obtaining the documentation necessary to provide you with the best recovery. In some instances, the other driver may not have adequate coverage or fails to carry enough coverage to compensate you for your injuries and damages. If this situation exists, we then review your own insurance policy to establish if you have Uninsured/Underinsured motorist coverage (UM/UIM coverage) or Personal Injury Protection (PIP) that would apply to your case. If so, we will be glad to represent you in your uninsured or underinsured motorist claim as well.
Distracted driving is at an all time high. From utilizing phone to looking away from the road for just a second to change the radio stations, these actions can lead to serious injury and damage while driving at excessive speeds. Drivers are obligated to other drivers to operate their vehicle in a reasonable and prudent manner. If you have been in a collision as a result of a distracted driver, call our firm for a no cost consultation.
Should you sustain an injury as a result of an auto accident, please contact our office and let one of our attorneys evaluate your case to determine whether you are entitled to compensation from a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Speak to one of our attorneys today by calling (832) 433-7977!