What to do After a Car Accident or Traffic Collision
Avoid immediate legal pitfalls and secure your right to win a compensation settlement. Contact our experienced Los Angeles auto accident lawyers for a free consultation, and we’ll take everything from there, while you rest and recover.
Get Immediate Medical Help
If you’ve been injured, seek medical attention immediately! This won’t only preserve your health, but it’ll give you significant leverage and proof in a personal injury claim.
Call the Police and Remember Details
An official police report is crucial for your case. Also, try to remember, or write down key details such as license plates, names, time, and any other information about the offending motorist that could help you in your personal injury case.
Contact an Accident Injury Lawyer
An experienced auto accident attorney who is well-versed in Personal Injury Law will walk you through this difficult time and thwart attempts by insurance companies to minimize your claim.
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Recover Personally and Financially
We’ve got this, and we’ll keep fighting on your behalf until we take everything you’re owed by insurance companies or the defendant personally. With years of experience, our super lawyers will see to it that you are taken care of and the medical costs of all injury victims are covered by the insurance company of the defendant themselves.
What NOT to do After a Car Accident
Don’t talk to insurance agents or the defendant’s lawyers, and do NOT sign anything before you hire a personal injury lawyer.
Insurance companies will try to downplay your claim, offer you a low-ball compensation offer, or trick you into admitting liability. Avoid these pitfalls by getting the help of an experienced Los Angeles and Glendale car accident lawyer with the resources, expertise, and grit to stand up to insurance adjusters and their attorneys all over California.
Don’t admit liability, to the police or to the negligent driver that caused the car crash. While you should call California state police after a car accident, you should never admit liability that can (and will) be used against you.
Don’t give or sign recorded statements of any kind, and don’t give anyone except your trusted injury lawyer or law firm access to your data and medical history. Ideally, give us a call even before the police come: we’ll help you give the most convenient witness statement with accident law in mind, and walk you through the whole ordeal from thereon.
Don’t speak to the insurance company. They’ll press for a meeting or manipulate you over the phone to admit liability or downplay the seriousness of your injuries. Get an experienced car accident attorney! We’ll come to all meetings with you and protect your claim from day one through legal counsel.
If they “kindly” offer medical advice, never accept! Insurance companies and lawyers protecting at-fault drivers can have ‘gray zone’ private deals with doctors, aimed at shorting the crash victims injury assessment after vehicle collisions. Always talk to your doctor, to qualified ER personnel, or to experts your injury attorney recommends.