If you're involved in an automobile accident, David Greene from Greene and Phillips says there are few steps you need to take:
1. Call the authorities
2. Safely get away from the vehicles
3. Seek medical treatment
4. Call a lawyer to discuss your rights
Make sure you seek medical attention. Even if you don't have superficial injuries, you may have some that are internal. Secondly, there's a statute of limitations, so there doesn't need to be a gap in treatment.
In order to figure out if you have a claim, you need to determine who is at fault. Sometimes you may need to get a lawyer involved to figure out who the driver at-fault is.
Generally you should not talk to the other driver's insurance adjustor until you've had an opportunity to talk to a lawyer. Adjustors may try to get you to say something that could hurt your case.
The personal injury lawyers at Greene & Phillips represent people who are involved in car accidents and people who are victims of the negligence of another party. If you are the victim of a car accident, the person that is responsible for the accident has the duty to pay your expenses, and you may need a personal injury lawyer to help you get the money you're owed.
Greene & Phillips
50 N Florida St
Mobile, AL 36607
1-888-510-1020 (24 hours a day)
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