If you were injured in a car accident caused by someone else, you need to understand your rights. Most people don't know what rights they have. You do not have to settle your case quickly. The insurance company will want you to. This may be you first auto accident, and you need to understand the process. Once you settle your claim, there will be no going back to the other party for additional compensation.
Passionate, Experienced Representation For Car Accident Cases
At the Law Office of Michael J. Aed in Fresno, we will walk you through the process of collecting compensation for your medical bills and other expenses. We can also sue the other party for the pain and suffering you endured due to their negligence. We assist clients by reviewing and negotiating settlement offers. We will be able to determine if a settlement offer seems fair based on your injuries and type of accident. Typically, insurance companies will offer higher settlement amount to injured people represented by an attorney.
Call our office in Fresno, California, for a free consult to discuss your case at 559-495-9320.
Know Your Rights In Injury Claims
You have many legal rights when you've been injured due to someone else's negligence. Here are some Dos and Don'ts to know about your legal rights:
- You DON'T have to settle your claim before you are ready, even if the insurance company is pressuring you.
- You DON'T have to give a recorded statement. These statements can be used against you, especially if you are interviewed soon after the accident. You may not yet know the extent of your injuries.
- You DO have the right to seek compensation from the at-fault party in an accident.
- You DO have a right to retain experienced legal counsel.
Free Case Consultation, Call Us 24/7
If you're dealing with injuries after a car accident, it's crucial that your case be handled by an experienced lawyer. Email our firm to find out what we can do for you, or call us to set up your free consultation at 559-495-9320. We answer calls 24/7 and return messages promptly.