Have You Been Injured From A Negligent Cranston Driver?
Cranston Car Accident Lawyers Can Get You
The Compensation You Deserve!
If you have been injured in a Rhode Island car accident, you may be entitled to a cash settlement for your medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, among other losses. Our experienced Cranston car accident lawyers do not charge any fees until you receive a settlement or award. Contact us anytime toll-free or fill out a contact form for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.
Frequently Asked Questions From Our Clients:
1. What Are The Legal Fees For My Cranston Car Accident Case?
Our Cranston car accident lawyers here do not charge any legal fees until you obtain settlement or award for your injury case. Our normal fees are 1/3 fee of your award or settlement, which is standard for lawyers in this state. We also pay for any case costs such as to obtain any medical records, investigative costs, police reports, etc. and we get reimbursed for these costs from any settlement or award.
2. What is My Cranston Car Accident Case Worth?
If you are hurt in a car accident and you are not at fault, you may be compensated for medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, among other losses. The pain and suffering portion is the portion of your case that most attorneys, including us, have to battle with the most as insurance companies care more about profits than paying you top dollar for your case. They simply do not value pain and suffering as being worth as much as we do. This is where our firms 25 years of experience as Cranston car accident lawyers can be crucial. Read more
3. Do I Have a Limited Amount of Time to File a Claim for My Auto Accident?
It is important that you contact a Cranston auto accident lawyer as soon as possible after your accident to ensure they are part of the process. In the state of Rhode Island, the statute of limitations in most auto accidents cases is 3 years. This means you will have 3 years to file a lawsuit against the other party for your damages. Contacting a knowledgeable Cranston auto accident attorney will help you navigate your claim and inform you of the applicable statute of limitations.
4. What if the Other Driver in the Accident Doesn’t Have Insurance?
If you are injured in an accident and the driver has no insurance, you may collect uninsured motorist benefits from the vehicle you were in when the accident happened, and your insurance company cannot raise your rates so long as you were not at fault. Even if you were not injured in your own car, you may also collect uninsured motorist benefits from your own automobile insurance company, or any other insured vehicles owned by relatives in your home. Read more
5. How Do I Handle My Auto Property Damage Claim?
It is pretty simple…you just have to have the insurance company appraiser meet with your auto body repairman to examine the damage to your car, as he is in the best position to show the appraiser how much he needs to repair your car. Any experienced Cranston car accident lawyer will tell you this is the best way to proceed. If you try to do this on your own, you may end up getting less money to fix your car. Read more
6. How Do I Deal With My Own Insurance Company?
- You should contact your insurance company as soon as possible after the accident and file a claim with them. It is pretty simple. They may want to see the police report. If you do not have it, our Cranston car accident lawyers can easily get this for you.
- We advise you call us or, on your own, read your insurance policy to see what type of coverage you have. Our experienced Cranston car accident lawyers can help you with this if you choose to not go it alone.
- You should inform your insurance company how the accident happened and give them the insurance information of the other parties involved in the accident.
- You should keep any and all paperwork involved with your claim, such as any of your medical expenses, medical bills and any other documents or expenses that might be relevant.
- Our firm recommends you don’t speak to the other party’s insurance company without speaking with an experienced Cranston car accident lawyer. If you do decide to speak with the other party’s insurance company, we advise that you do not get into the details of your case with them right away as anything you say can be used against you. Also, do not accept any offers to settle your claim until your doctor has released you from medical treatment and you are out of pain.
7. How Much is the Minimum Insurance a Driver Has to Carry in RI?
In RI, the minimum insurance coverage that an owner must carry is $25,000/$50,000 dollars. This means any person hurt has up to $25,000 in insurance coverage for their injuries. If more than two persons are hurt, there will be $50,000 in total coverage for everyone injured in the accident. If your injuries are worth more than $25,000, you would possibly be able to collect underinsured motorist benefits from the car you were in and/or any vehicles owned by you and blood relatives in your household. Our Cranston car accident lawyers here can easily advise you of all applicable coverages available to you.
8. Why Do I Need an Experienced Cranston Auto Accident Lawyer?
Simply stated, the insurance company is a corporation, whose goal is to make as much profits for their shareholders as possible. They generally will try to offer you as little compensation as possible to settle your case, since this saves them money and means more profit for their company.
There are many things an experienced Cranston car accident lawyer can do to help you get the best possible settlement of your case. Some of these things include monitoring your medical treatment to make sure your doctors ordered the right tests and treatment, obtaining and monitoring your medical records to make sure your doctors and other medical providers property document the pain and suffering you have sustained, advising you regarding every aspect of your claim and most importantly, negotiating the best possible settlement for your injuries.
9. Why Should You Hire Our Law Firm?
- Our attorneys here have a lot of experience representing car accident victims and we know how to do the things to help you get the most money for your claim.
- All of the lawyers at our firm have at least 15 years’ experience in handling auto accident cases.
- We are here and ready to take your initial phone call 24/7.
- We will offer you a free (no obligation) case evaluation.
- We will send someone to you to meet with you if you choose not to come into one of our 15 offices in Rhode Island or Massachusetts.
- We never charge any fees unless you receive a settlement or award.
- We will be sure to return every call you make to us ASAP.
Call Us Today
Contact us today at 1-800-992-6878, or fill out a contact form for your free (no obligation) case evaluation.