If you have been seriously injured in a car accident in Pottsville, don’t lose out to the insurance companies. Let us help you collect the compensation you deserve.
There are a lot of frustrating things about being injured in a car accident. For many people, one of the most frustrating aspects is dealing with insurance companies. You need to get your car fixed, and you need to make sure your medical bills will be covered – but no matter how many times you call you simply cannot get a straight answer. Or maybe the insurance company is pressuring you to settle, but no one will tell you if the settlement is enough to cover your accident-related losses.
These are just two of a variety of tactics the insurance companies use to pay accident victims as little as possible. At Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys, we have decades of experience standing up to insurance companies on behalf of our clients. We help our clients recover compensation for all of their losses – not just repair bills and medical expenses – and we make sure our clients know what constitutes a fair settlement in their case. We also let the insurance companies know that we are fully-prepared to take our clients’ cases to trial. While negotiating a favorable settlement is our first priority, our record shows that we routinely take cases to court. So you can rest assured that we will take your case to a jury if that is what is needed to win the compensation you deserve.
If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, you need legal representation. We are here for you, and you can contact us 24/7. Do not let someone else’s careless mistake and the callous, “profits-first” mentality of the insurance companies negatively impact the rest of your life. Get in touch so we can start working on your case today.
“Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys Cares. We were very happy and satisfied with how they represented us in our auto accident case. They got results. They are compassionate, caring people who really did their best for us.” – Alexander & Maralyn, Auto Accident Case
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Pennsylvania Car Accident FAQs
Q: How do I know if what the insurance company is offering me is fair?
When you are injured in an accident that was someone else’s fault, you are entitled to financial compensation for all of the physical, financial, and emotional costs of the accident. This includes your car repair bills and medical bills, as well as:
- Future medical care
- Loss of income and future earning capacity
- Out-of-pocket expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Loss of enjoyment of life
In order to know what constitutes a fair settlement, you first need to know what your case is worth. This requires discussing your case with an experienced car accident attorney.
Q: The other driver doesn’t want to go through insurance. Is that ok?
After any type of collision, you are generally required to report the accident to your insurance company under the terms of your policy. In addition, as difficult as dealing with the insurance companies can be, it is usually far more difficult to collect compensation from an at-fault driver directly. Before you make any decisions that could potentially jeopardize your financial recovery, we strongly encourage you to seek personalized legal advice.
Q: How do I know which driver was at fault in an accident?
While the cause of an accident will often be obvious, in other cases it may not be so clear. When we take a case, one of our first steps is to conduct a thorough investigation in order to identify the driver, drivers, or other parties that were at fault in the collision. Even if you think you may have been at fault, it is important not to let this affect your decision to seek legal representation. Establishing fault is complicated; and, even if you were partially at fault, you could still be entitled to partial compensation.
Q: Is it illegal to text and drive in Pennsylvania?
Yes. In Pennsylvania it is a primary offense to text while driving. Texting behind the wheel is also negligent; and, if the driver who hit you was texting, we can use this to help you win just compensation.
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