Car Accident Claims

A car accident can cause an injury in a second’s time. Broken bones, deep wounds, and brain trauma are all the potential products of a motor vehicle collision. This can mean expensive hospital visits, lost days at work, and permanent impairments that can cost a hefty sum. Recovering from your injuries is made all the more difficult when insurance companies of responsible parties refuse to pay you what you’re owed. Filing car accident claims with an experienced attorney can earn you an average of three times what you would fighting this battle alone.

Why File a Car Accident Claim?

Recovering from a car accident injury can be time-consuming and expensive. The various types of trauma may require a wide range of therapies and treatments. You may also miss days at work or even need to retrain or take on a new job to rejoin the workforce. All of these expenses add up, and you may be entitled to reimbursement.

Who’s Responsible for Car Accidents?

Car accidents can happen in a number of ways, and how the incident happens may affect who is responsible for paying damages. If your vehicle mishap was on the job, another driver’s fault, or a result of a manufacturer defect, you may be entitled to compensation. Depending on how your accident happened, you will need to demonstrate certain factors to be eligible for compensation.

  • Other Driver at Fault: All drivers are required to carry insurance, and if one is responsible for a car accident, their insurance company is responsible to pay for the resulting damages. You will need to prove that the mishap was the fault of another driver, so documenting the crash is important.
  • Work-Related Car Accident: If a car accident happens while working, your employer is responsible for paying damages. Most companies in the United States are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, which pays for damages related to injuries on the job. You must prove that the trauma was the result of your employment, not that your employer was at fault.
  • Manufacturer Defect: If your vehicle or the vehicle involved in a collision with you has a defect, it may be the manufacturer’s liability for damages resulting from normal use of their vehicle. In this case, you have to prove the existence of the defect and its relation to your injury. This is often accomplished with class action lawsuits.

A physician will ultimately be needed to assess the scope of your ailments and determine the best course of medical action. The nature of your recovery, whether it takes you from work, and whether it causes permanent impairments will all factor into what kind of compensation you are entitled to. An experienced attorney can also recover damages for emotional distress, pain and suffering, and any effects on your personal life. Combined, your car accident claim could be worth anywhere from thousands to millions of dollars.

What’s the Process Like?

When you hire an attorney to represent you in a personal injury case, they are working for you. That means that even though your lawyer may give you advice based on their experience handling similar cases, you will ultimately decide what course of action suits your needs. Insurance companies are prone to using every trick in the book to avoid paying you what you’re owed. With an experienced attorney, you have the best chance to win a car accident insurance claim settlement quickly. If the settlement offer is not adequate, we are willing to take the case to trial to fight for a judge or jury award.

File Your Claim Today

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury in a car accident, you may not be alone in your injuries. You may represent one of dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of parties affected by a vehicle part defect. If this is the case, you may be able to file your car accident claim as a class action lawsuit. At, our national award-winning attorneys have recovered over $5 billion in damages, and we will fight tirelessly for you. Fill out a free case evaluation to determine what kind of compensation you may be eligible for today.