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Q:I was recently in a car accident. What should I do now?
A:If you have just been in an accident, it is essential that you remain calm and think clearly. If you were injured, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. There are some other important steps to take after an accident. If you have been in an accident, collect the other driver’s insurance and driver’s license information; take pictures of the accident scene, including the damage done to your car and the other vehicle; and collect the contact information of any witnesses to the accident. Once you have received medical care, immediately contact our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers. We will take it from there.
Q:The insurance company wants me to make a taped statement about the accident. Should I do it?
A:We strongly recommend that you do not make a taped statement about your accident, especially if you do not have legal representation. It is impossible to predict what types of questions you will be asked, and even the most careful responses could potentially weaken your case. We urge you to seek legal representation before making any statement. If you really must make a statement, ask to submit a written declaration instead to help prevent your words from being taken out of context.
Q:I cannot afford a lawyer at the moment. What should I do?
A:We understand that many injured victims are worried about their financial situations after an accident. This is why we accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we don’t charge legal fees unless we are successful in winning the case. You can seek our help with absolute peace of mind and no financial risk to you.
Q:Do I really need to hire a lawyer?
A:Many injured people choose to deal with insurance companies on their own without the help of a lawyer. This often leads to disastrous results because insurance companies are notorious for offering the lowest amount of compensation possible. Having a lawyer on your side can help ensure your rights are protected. Our goal is to help you obtain the fair compensation you are entitled to by law.
Q:Why should I hire your firm to represent me?
A:Our firm’s legal team has more than 40 years of combined experience, which means we have handled a wide range of personal injury cases, including many complicated cases. Our personalized approach has led to countless victories, inside and outside of the courtroom. As our client, we will aggressively pursue fair compensation on your behalf, even if it means we have to take your case to trial.
Q:What are 5 things to do when you’re in a motor vehicle accident:
A:• Seek medical attention—even if you feel fine you could develop symptoms of brain, back, or other injuries later
• Gather evidence by taking photos of the accident scene, exchanging contact and insurance information with the other drivers involved, and taking notes on any important details (such as how the accident occurred) while they’re fresh in your mind
• Call the police to the scene and file an accident report
• Do not speak to an insurance agent or adjuster
• Contact an attorney