Personal Injury AttorneysIf you've been injured in an auto accident, you're probably entitled to more financial restitution than you think. Our state-specific guides to personal injury attorneys can help you get it.
For example, did you know that personal injury can go beyond physical damage? It's true. You can suffer mental distress after an auto accident as well. Then there's financial hardship; how much work did you miss due to doctor's appointments and recovery time? All this falls under the legal umbrella of personal injury law, also known as tort law.
Our Guide to Personal Injury Attorneys
If you are recovering from an injury caused by an auto accident, you might be entitled to compensation in addition to what your insurance company initially offers for your medical costs. In fact, you might be able to receive a settlement to help with lost wages, additional medical bills, domestic help while you're incapacitated, and even emotional pain and suffering to you and your family.
But imagine the cool reception you'll get if you go back to your insurance company to ask for a higher settlement. These companies have large legal departments dedicated to minimizing what they pay out to policyholders; by yourself, you're the David against their Goliath.
Luckily, our state-by-state guides to personal injury attorneys can put you in touch with someone who can advocate on your behalf. We can lead you to lawyers in your state who specialize in personal injury cases and are experts at working with insurance companies to get you the settlement you deserve. Many will gladly give you a free initial consultation.
If you seek legal advice, it's important that you do so as soon as possible after an accident. You're more likely to get the compensation due to you if your attorney is able to act quickly. Our state attorney guides can help you find the right lawyer as soon as possible.
Consult DMV.org for your state to find information about personal injury attorneys who can help you get the financial relief you need.Choose a State:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island