Motor vehicle accidents

Each year in the United States there are over six million accidents. Fortunately, a large majority involve only property damage—damage to the vehicle as opposed to injury to the occupants. However, one in three accidents involve personal injuries to the driver or passengers, and of that number, two out of every ten accidents leads to fatal injuries.

Involved in a car accident?

If you are involved in an automobile accident, there are specific things you can do to protect yourself and your interests. The following is a list of things you should do if you are involved in a motor vehicle accident:

  1. Stop. Never leave the scene of an accident, even a minor one.
  2. Never admit fault.
  3. Call the police. If the police don’t come to you, go to the police.
  4. Make an accurate record. Record the date, time, and location of the accident.
  5. Get the following information: Driver’s name and address, owner of the car, license plate number, and insurance information.
  6. Take pictures of your car, their car, the damage, the surrounding scene, and their driver’s license, vehicle registration, and insurance card.
  7. Immediately call us at 215-600-1244 while at the accident scene, and we will help you further.

Obtaining as much information as possible will aid in the handling of your case. Police reports, especially in Philadelphia, can take weeks to obtain, so to assist us to expedite your case, the more information you have, the better.

If you were in a motor vehicle accident, it is our policy to remain involved in every aspect of your case. We have a vast network of highly qualified physicians who can provide you with quality medical treatment, even when there is no insurance coverage available. We remain in constant contact with our clients at all times ensuring the client receives appropriate treatment for their injuries. We read every medical report covering your case.

Where other law firms may fail to protect their clients from unpaid medical expenses, we use our best efforts to compromise unpaid medical expenses to protect the client and increase the amount of the settlement.

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