Almost every driver knows what its like to be involved in an auto accident. Reckless drivers and roadway hazards are a daily occurrence that cause drivers to fear being in an auto accident. Car accident victims are often left quite startled. Car crashes usually happen in the blink of an eye, the shock alone can be traumatic. The impact can leave people shocked or stunned, and severe injuries can go unnoticed for hours or days at a time.
Victims never deserve to bear the burden of someone else’s actions. Automobile accidents can carry significant out-of-pocket costs and can have a severe impact on your emotional well-being and quality of life. Severe accidents can turn your whole life upside down. Some can even claim the life of a loved one. You deserve to be compensated for your loss. While the law can never undo the terrible experience you have endured, it can at least make sure that you are given the financial resources you need to compensate you for what you have endured allowing you to move on with your life. At Silva Injury Law, Inc. we understand how challenging the effects of a car accident can be.
What to do After a Car Accident:
Call For Help – First and foremost, make sure that you and any other people involved in the car accident are okay. Be sure to contact the police so they can assist in the auto accident investigation and help determine who is responsible for causing the auto accident.
Collect Information – You will need too obtain all the vehicle and contact information from all drivers and passengers in the other vehicles involved in the automobile accident. It is very important to get the other vehicles auto insurance information.
Witnesses – If there are any witnesses to the car accident, get their contact information. A witness to your auto accident can be very helpful during the settlement of your insurance claim.
Contact an Attorney – An experienced attorney will be invaluable in assisting you with your auto accident claim.
You pay nothing for our services unless there is a successful outcome in your case. We offer free consultations in person or over the phone. You may be entitled to more than you realize. Time limits do apply to personal injury cases in California, contact us to set up a free consultation today.