Accident statistics in America are astounding. According to recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Data, Americans get into approximately six million auto accidents each year. Half of these, three million, cause serious injury. Nearly everyone has been involved in or knows someone who was once involved in a car accident.
Have you been involved in an auto accident? A car crash caused by a reckless driver constitutes a personal injury by law. Motor vehicle accidents can be traumatic, difficult, and happen abruptly. Our New Hampshire car accident attorneys will fight with aggressive determination to win for you the best possible compensation.
Compensatory damages fall into two categories – economic and non economic. Economic damages refer to reimbursements for medical bills, lost wages, or property/vehicle damage. Non economic damages include factors absent of any financial implication, like pain and suffering.
Being Pressured Into a Quick Settlement?
Insurance companies often make every attempt at getting victims to quickly settle for an amount far less than they may be entitled to. They may do so by downplaying the extent of your injuries or getting information that they can use to try and disprove liability on part of the negligent party.
On the other hand, our car accident attorneys will do everything in their power to prove your case on your behalf and retrieve for you all the compensation you deserve. This will be done on a contingency basis, meaning fees will be proportionate to settlement monies.
In the absence of one of our attorneys, the insurance company will approach you with offers that may not even cover your immediate expenses, or even deny that you are entitled to anything at all.
We will conduct a thorough investigation of the accident on your behalf, including, if necessary, having a private investigator visiting the accident scene before evidence vanishes.
After enough evidence has been compiled and presented in the proper manner to the insurance company, they tend to agree to far more substantial settlement terms.
When an insurance company becomes aware of the fact that you have one of our experienced New Hampshire car accident attorneys on your side, they often settle faster and for larger sums. They do this because they want to avoid going to court, which they now know will happen if they fail to provide adequate settlement terms.
Our attorneys have extensive experience regarding personal injury cases resulting from car accidents. We will use this experience to enhance the likelihood that you will be able to extract the maximum amount of compensation you need to get back on your feet. We know how to best structure settlements that cover everything from medical costs to a replacement car and compensation for pain and suffering.
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New Hampshire law allows only three years from the date of the crash for claims to be filed. Our experienced and dedicated attorneys will fight for you. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, contact one of our New Hampshire car accident attorneys as soon as possible.