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Being injured in a car accident can turn your life upside down. You’ll likely have questions. You may struggle to afford appropriate medical care or to pay bills while you’re out of work. You may feel intimidated negotiating with the insurance company on your own.

Whatever your struggle, our car accident lawyers are here to help. They’ve got decades of experience helping hundreds of car accident victims get fair settlements from insurance companies.

What Types of Compensation Are Available for Car Accident Victims?

Some of the common types of compensation a car accident lawyer can get for you include:

  • Proper damage or loss – In a car accident case, this refers to the damage to your car.
  • Medical bills – This refers to all medical bills related to your accident
  • Pain and suffering – This type of compensation is designed to provide payment for the pain and suffering – physical or mental – that you experienced as a result of your accident.
  • Lost wages or Income loss – this form of payment is designed to replace the wages you lost while recovering from the wreck

To get an idea of what your case may be worth, check out our settlement calculator.

Getting Help From a Car Accident Lawyer

After your wreck, you may be contacted by the other party’s insurance company with a settlement offer. It’s in your best interest to consult with a car accident lawyer before you agree to this settlement or sign anything. The insurance company needs to minimize its cost; they have no incentive to offer you a fair settlement.

All of our car accident lawyers offer free initial consultations. If you have any questions about whether the settlement you were offered is fair or if you simply want someone with years of experience fighting insurance companies on your side, call us at 888-824-1151 or fill out the form on the side of this page.

We’re here 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide a consultation. All of our attorneys work on a contingency basis – which means you only pay if you win!