Nobody expects to end up in a car accident. But statistics show that many of us will experience one at some point in our lives. If you’ve been injured because you were a victim, please reach out to a University Place car accident lawyer.
One of the lawyers from our team is happy to schedule a free case evaluation with you. During our meeting, we can help determine your legal options.
The short answer is yes. After a car accident, you can file a personal injury claim through the other driver’s or your own car insurance company.
However, there are several good reasons for involving a well-seasoned personal injury lawyer:
Plus, our lawyers work on a contingency fee basis which means you only pay us a fee if we’re able to win you a settlement.
Many past Ladenburg Law clients have given us 5-star ratings!
Consider what client Michelle O. had to say:
I was involved in my very first car accident in my entire life (with my children). I had no idea what to do. With the help of Erik Ladenburg, I was able to receive a claim that reimbursed me for all of my trouble.
And Keely W.:
I was rear ended in an accident, I ended up with a concussion and needed many months of chiropractor care and massage. The rep from the other driver’s insurance company was rude and kept telling me to pay the bills myself and then maybe they would pay me. I called John and he stepped in and took care of everything and got me a settlement and all the bills got paid. The office staff were a joy to work with and every call was returned right away.
You can read more testimonials over at our Client Reviews page.
Did you know that your actions following an accident can impact your claim? Here are a few things you can do to help your claim:
There is more we can say about this topic, and we have! Fill out the short form to request your free ebook called What Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know.
Take the first step. Call and request a free case evaluation with a University Place car accident lawyer. During our meeting, we’ll want to learn more about what happened to you. You’re under no further obligation and all conversations are confidential.
Don’t wait; you have a limited amount of time to file a claim in the state of Washington.