If you have been injured in a car accident in Johnston, and it was not your fault, you may be entitled to a cash settlement for any medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, among other losses. We charge the standard 1/3 fee only if we get you money. Contact us for a free (no obligation) consultation.
Seriously Injured in an Auto Accident?
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Frequently Asked Questions From Our Clients:
1. What is the Legal Fee?
We will not charge you any legal fees until you receive settlement or award for your injuries. Our firm charges the standard one-third (1/3) of your settlement or award.
2. What Can I Be Compensated For?
- Medical bills.
- Lost income.
- Pain and suffering.
- Other losses.
As experienced lawyers right here in Johnston, RI, we know what your case is worth and how to get it for you as quickly as possible. Negotiating the pain and suffering aspect of your case is the most difficult as the insurance companies want to save money and pay you less money. How insurance companies value pain and suffering depends on the severity of your injury and how long you are in pain. Read more.
3. What if the Driver at Fault is Uninsured or Underinsured?
In some cases you may be able to collect uninsured or underinsured motorist benefits from your automobile insurance company, or potentially any other automobiles insured and owned by members of your household, even if the other driver has no or not enough insurance coverage. Read more.
4. How Do I Get the Most to Fix My Vehicle?
It is really simply. All you need to do is have an insurance appraiser examine your vehicle at the auto body shop with your auto repairman present. Your repairman should discuss your property damage claim with the claims adjustor directly. He is the best person to negotiate the value of your property damage claim because he will be the person fixing your vehicle. Read more.
5. Do I Really Need to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer?
It’s recommended that you don’t contact the other driver’s insurance company on your own without help from an experienced car accident lawyer. If you do decide to contact them, be careful what you say as they will try to use any incriminating statements against you. We advise against you signing any papers until you know you are fully recovered. We recommend you get your medical records on your own and send them to the adjuster. Most importantly, make sure not to agree to any settlement offers until your doctor releases you from treatment and you know you are fully recovered. Read more.
6. How Much Insurance Coverage Does the Other Driver Have to Carry?
In Rhode Island, the lowest coverage that an owner of a vehicle must carry is $25,000/$50,000. This means that an injured person would be able to receive up to $25,000 for their injuries and all injured people in the vehicle up to a total of $50,000. Read more.
7. Why Do I Need an Experienced Johnston Car Accident Lawyer?
The answer is very simple – the insurance company’s objective is to offer you as little money as possible in order to settle your case so that they can keep their profits high. An experienced auto accident lawyer can do a lot of things to help you get the most money for your case. Some of these things are: supervising your medical treatment to ensure that your doctors ordered the correct tests; collecting and monitoring your medical records to make sure your doctors document any and all pain and suffering you have endured; guiding you throughout all aspects of your claim; and most importantly, negotiating with the insurance company to get you a great settlement.
8. Why Hire Us?
We only handle car accident and other types of personal injury cases and we have been doing so for over 28 years. We are right here in Johnston, RI and our staff is committed to providing you with great customer service. Check out our reviews online. Read more.