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Car Accidents

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What is the Car Accident Claim Process?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2015, almost 7,000 people were injured in car accidents every day. At that rate, car accidents are a leading source of injury in the United States. From minor fender benders to major collisions, it’s likely that you or someone you know has been, or will be in a car accident. And, with 1 in 5 drivers browsing the web while driving, the road is getting more dangerous.

Car accident injuries vary from minor to fatal, but even a smaller accident can result in lost income and medical bills. Figuring out the type of injury you have and who is responsible can be tricky. Thankfully, our legal system has laws set up to help determine who is at fault and who should pay the bills. Everyday Legal by FindLaw knows dealing with a car accident is difficult, and we have the legal help you need to get back on track.

Do You Need an Attorney?

Car accident claims can be difficult to navigate, especially while also dealing with injuries or damage to your car. Many people will need the help of an attorney after a car accident, because it’s hard to understand how much you might be owed for things like lost wages, or pain and suffering. Concerned with the high costs associated with legal services? Not to worry, attorneys who deal with car accident cases work on what is known as a contingency fee. If your case settles, or if you win an award, the lawyer’s fee is paid out of the money you receive.

Get Your Claim Reviewed for Free

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, speaking to an attorney may be a good next step for you. An attorney can review your claim, and explain whether you are entitled to have any of your expenses covered. Getting a free initial consultation with an experienced car accident attorney can help you get the peace of mind to move forward. Car accidents are difficult enough, there’s no reason to go through the process alone.