MAKE NO APOLOGIES
Whether they spill a drink or are involved in a car crash, it is in the emotional makeup of some people to apologize whether or not they are at fault. Some individuals go even further and proclaim to all others involved that they are responsible for the mishap. While admissions of this sort may reflect a caring attitude and a genuine concern for others, those involved in vehicle crashes or other accidents should not profess any guilt. This is a determination that is best left to the police and the courts. Instead, those involved in automobile crashes are advised simply to exchange factual information at the crash scene. Immediately afterward, they should consult with a lawyer about their cases.
Determining who is at fault in a traffic accident is a matter of deciding who was careless. And, for vehicle accidents, there is a set of official written rules telling people how they are supposed to drive and providing guidelines by which liability may be measured. To schedule a free consultation, please call our office. Together, we can go over the details of your injury and determine what your next steps should be. You pay nothing unless you win. We will fight to get you the justice you deserve. Celebrating 30 years of service to the community.
HINT: Under no circumstances should those involved in automobile crashes that result in injury and property damage talk with insurance representatives (who might want to make an out-of-court deal) representing other individuals involved in the accident.
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Personal Injury Practice Areas
- Auto Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle & Pedestrian Accidents
- Unsafe Property Accidents
- Dog Bite Injuries
- Injuries Resulting from Inadequate Security
- Work Site Accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Medical Malpractice
- Injuries Caused by Defective Products
- Fatal Accidents
- Serious & Catastrophic Injuries
- Brain Injuries
- Neck & Back Injuries