Have you been injured in a car accident? Trust The Price Law Firm to help you fight for maximum compensation.
Being involved in any kind of auto accident can be very traumatic by harming you not only physically but financially, too.
Victims of automobile accidents consistently have one objective – recovery from their injuries. Putting the pieces back together comes in many forms, from the bandages at the hospital, to assistance with paying the bills.
You Are Not Alone!
Hire the Panama City injury firm of the Price Law Firm, and get help with the financial hardships created by an injury.
Here are just some of the ways we can help you regarding your auto accident:
- Gather evidence to prove liability for the accident
- Connect you with caring and compassionate doctors
- Interact with insurance companies (protect your rights & interests)
- Recover full and fair compensation
Our attorneys at The Price Law Firm, unlike most auto accident attorneys, will assist you with all areas of compensation, including property damage to your vehicle. You can trust us to make sure your injuries, pain, suffering, and other damages related to your accident are properly documented and seek full and fair compensation (e.g., medical bills, pain and suffering, lost income, and property damage).
THREE THINGS NEEDED AFTER AN ACCIDENT
After a car accident, people tend to forget what to do. There are three main things needed after a wreck:
1. Photographs- Often times a wrecker service will tow away a damaged vehicle, and the insurance companies will send a check to “Total out” the vehicle. This means they buy the car from the person that insured the vehicle, and sell the car to a scrap metal dealer. Don’t let that car get away without pictures! Often times, the pictures you take are the only evidence left of that car.
2. Witness statements- Although Law Enforcement typically does a great job of getting statements from eye witnesses, people tend to go about their business after they see that they are no longer needed at the scene. People rarely consider staying to give a statement to law enforcement if nobody asks them to. So please get phone numbers and addresses, and ask any witness to stay until law enforcement can take their statement. Without independent witnesses, often times the argument becomes “he said-she said.”
3. If hurt, accept treatment- Insurance companies often cite the refusal of treatment as an opportunity to deny coverage to injury victims. Whether the patient sought treatment 1 hour later or 1 year later, the fact that treatment from EMS or other emergency response personnel was refused is often an excuse given by an insurance adjuster as the reason for denying the payment of medical bills. So, accept help. Allow the emergency personnel to treat any injuries at the scene of the accident!