You Are Not Alone After A Car Wreck
The questions are troubling. How will you get the medical treatment you need? How will you pay your bills? How will you take care of your family? These are serious questions that deserve serious answers.
At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, in Rogers, we understand that you feel like you are bearing the weight of the world on your shoulders after an accident. Our experienced attorneys look forward to being your advocate, standing up for your rights and making sure you don’t have to put up with the insurance companies.
What Should You Do After A Car Accident?
In a perfect world, you would do the following after a car accident:
- Get your vehicle onto the shoulder and out of harm’s way
- Check all passengers for injuries and get medical assistance
- Speak with responding officers and file a police report
- Take pictures of the scene
- Speak with witnesses and gather contact information
- Get checked out at a hospital even if you think you feel fine
Whether you are reading this from the shoulder of a highway or days have already passed since the accident, the most important thing you can do now is to make sure you have strong legal representation. The insurance company will pull out all the stops to save a buck; shouldn’t you have someone pulling out all the stops to make sure you get the compensation you need for your medical expenses, your lost earnings, and your pain and suffering?
Compassionate Representation For Accident Victims
Making things right for you and your family after an accident is our only concern. We have experience handling a wide range of motor vehicle accident claims in Arkansas, including those involving rear-end accidents, head-on collisions, T-bone accidents and other wrecks that result in catastrophic injuries such as spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries.
Common Causes Of Car Accidents
An accident can occur at almost any time, but the majority of accidents are the result of negligence, such as:
- Distracted driving, including texting and driving
- Fatigued driving
- Drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs
- Failure to adjust for road conditions such as poor weather
You should not be left to bear the burden of an accident that took place through no fault of your own. Negligent parties need to be held accountable for the financial, physical and emotional damage they have caused you and your loved ones. Our attorneys will be there for you during this difficult time and focus on making sure you have the resources needed to be made whole again.
Get The Help You Need Today
It will cost you nothing to find out how we can help you. Call 479-250-1962 for a free consultation with a skilled personal injury lawyer. We will collect no payment unless we obtain compensation for you in the form of a settlement or jury award.