NOT SO CLEAR-CUT CASE
At the scene of a vehicular crash, it may seem obvious to an injured party that the other driver was at fault, but the other driver’s insurance company may not see things quite the same way. The insurance company is likely to firmly deny the liability of the insured because it stands to lose the most. By saying that the policyholder was not to blame for the accident, the insurance company may hope that the accident victim takes its word at face value or will drop his or her claim in frustration. At this point, those harmed as the result of vehicular accidents should realize that they need an experienced lawyer on their side to evaluate their cases.
An automobile accident brings with it a host of questions. Who is at fault? Who pays for damage to my car? Who will pay for my medical bills? Can I ask the insurance company to reimburse me for lost wages? An experienced injury attorney can be extremely helpful in negotiating the often chaotic and confusing world of insurance claims and settlements. For this or any other legal issue, please call our office today for a free initial consultation. We have been helping people and families in New Jersey obtain justice and to recover full compensation in cases of personal injury or deadly accidents. Celebrating 30 years of service to the community.
HINT: It is never a good idea for those involved in crashes with other vehicles to talk about who was at fault. Instead, the police should be summoned to write up a report of the accident.
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