Being involved in an automobile accident is a traumatic event. There are so many questions to be answered: Who will pay for the damage to my vehicle? Who will pay my medical bills? Will I have to take time off of work? If so, will I be compensated for my lost wages? Will the insurance company work in my best interest?
As we approach the holiday season, drivers may be distracted, resulting in an increase in auto accidents and injuries. We want to encourage you all to drive smart and safe when going out this winter season.
What Is The Best Thing To Do If You’ve Been In An Accident?
- Tend to your injuries and do not discuss your personal injury claim with anyone, especially the other driver’s insurance company.
- Take photos of all the vehicles involved.
- Seek medical attention immediately.
- Call Sticklen and Dreyer to handle all aspects of your auto accident case.
Why Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer To Handle Your Auto Accident Claim?
Depending on the severity of the accident, a car accident claim can result in different outcomes. Each personal injury claim is handled differently, and it is an extremely complex process. However, Sticklen and Dreyer’s personal injury lawyers have over 45 years of experience, and our expertise will help you procure the advice and direction you need to best understand your case.
Many make the mistake of discussing their personal injury claim with people other than their lawyer, which can be detrimental to their case. The only person you should discuss the claim with is your lawyer. At Sticklen & Dreyer, our car accident lawyers know how to handle every aspect of communication throughout the process to keep your case confidential.
Contact Sticklen & Dreyer
If you or someone you know has been in a car accident, call Sticklen and Dreyer today. Our lawyers have a reputation of getting our clients the settlements they deserve, with over $100 million in settlements and judgments awarded. Our attorneys will properly evaluate the severity of your car accident and negotiate the best results for you.