Sustained an Injury from a Car Accident?

If you’ve been in a car accident and was injured and are wondering when to get an attorney, consider the following three common scenarios. First, the person at fault will contact you and ask you to settle a claim. This is a mistake. Most insurance companies will want as much money from you as possible, so they will try to settle for a low sum and avoid paying out your actual expenses. Plus, they may record your conversation. Unless you have a lawyer by your side, you might find yourself in a “you say, I say” situation.

Second, you’ll need to collect evidence to support your claim. Having evidence to back up your claims will make it easier to receive the benefits and damages you deserve. After the accident, you’ll also need to exchange contact information and insurance policy information with the other driver. Finally, you’ll want to take pictures of your injuries, which will be crucial in proving that the other party was at fault.

After a car accident, it’s important to make an accurate record of the event. If there are any witnesses, you should ask them to take a picture of your injuries and submit it to your insurance company. If the accident was caught on camera, make sure to contact the police to obtain the information. You should also get the names and addresses of the other party’s insurance provider, as well as any contact information you have with them. Lastly, you should exchange contact information with the other driver and their insurance carrier. If you’re able to, take photos of your injuries and take detailed notes of the scene.

If you sustained injuries from a car accident in Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe or the East Valley contact Tobler Law for help.