A few weeks ago, we wrote a post about what you should do in the immediate aftermath of a car accident. Taking photos and getting statements from witnesses are important steps to gathering evidence regarding your car accident, but you must check on the other people involved in the crash and ensure that everyone is okay. If they need medical attention, call 911 and do whatever the emergency responder on the phone tells you to do.
But the immediate aftermath of a car accident is only the beginning. What if you were seriously injured in the car accident? What if your car was totaled and the other driver was at fault in some way? What if you could prove negligence? What if the police ticketed another driver for a reckless act, or even filed charges against the other driver involved in the crash?
In these cases, it is only natural for the victims to consider legal action. The immediate aftermath has passed — now it’s time to deal with the insurance companies and the civil lawsuit, if there is one. And when these circumstances are involved in a crash, the victims in the crash need experienced legal representation to ensure their case is handled properly.
At the law firm of Scott J. Corwin, people who have been injured in an accident will find a professional and knowledgeable legal team that can help answer the many questions they have about their car accident case. We will help you better understand your case and fight for you and your rights.