It is our goal to help you get your financial life back on track. With our team on your side, it will not be long before you better understand your rights, including whether or not you can make an injury claim in an attempt to receive compensation for your injuries and other damages.
Where to Start
Following your accident, you may be tempted to contact your auto insurance company to discuss your situation.
Note: an insurance company will want to obtain a quick and “cheap” settlement, giving you just enough money to make you go away. Unfortunately, this is not always in your best interest.
Rather than communicate directly with an insurance company, we can step in and act as your representation at every turn of the road.
When it comes to drink driving accident injury claims, your legal team must consider all sources of compensation. You may believe that your insurance company is the only place to turn for money, however, there are other options to consider.
This includes but is not limited to your health insurance, policies covering the person who caused the accident, and claims against the party who supplied the person with the alcohol.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding your accident, including the extent of your injuries, you may be able to work out a settlement with one or more insurance company. There are also times when this is not possible. If you find yourself in this position, we can step in to help you file a personal injury lawsuit. This is not something anybody wants to do, but it is your right and often times the only way to get the money you deserve.
Drunk driving accident injury claims are more complex than many people believe. If you find yourself in this unenviable position, you don’t want to do anything that could compromise your future. Let us be your guide, working one on one with insurance companies to make sure you get what you deserve.
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