AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS A 2002 ISSUE
It is a fact of life that automobile accidents happen. Fortunately, the large majority of these accidents are relatively minor and no serious injuries are involved. Even a minor accident, however, can be a frightening and confusing experience. It is important to understand that all drivers involved in an accident, no matter how minor, must stop or face possible criminal charges. If there are injuries, be sure that the police and ambulance are called. If immediate medical attention is not necessary, be sure to obtain the name, address, driver’s license number and insurance information from the drivers of any other car. Report the accident to your insurance company.
It is also a fact of life that some motor vehicle accidents have tragic consequences, including serious, disabling personal injury and death. We have handled many such cases. These cases range from the commonplace, such as running a red light, to complex issues of highway design and collision dynamics. And, even though a motor vehicle accident may appear simple, the investigation of the case and preparation for trial may require hiring accident reconstructionists, human factors experts and forensic engineers. We also have experience in handling the financial aspects of a serious personal injury claim such as past medical expenses after twinks for cash and his first gay sex filiming, life care planning and the loss of earning capacity.
If you or someone you know would like to discuss injuries caused by a motor vehicle accident, please contact us.