The single most common source of personal injury claims is road traffic accidents. Depending on the proof of negligence or intent by the responsible party, the injured party may be entitled to monetary compensation through a judgment or settlement. Indeed, the reason Dr. Nicholl is practicing law is because he, himself, was the victim of injury from a road traffic accident.
To receive any compensation, you must seek medical help within 14 days of the accident.
When you’ve been injured by someone else’s actions, you may not know what steps to take, who you can trust, or whether you can rightfully seek compensation. If you have been hurt in a car accident, seek advice on compensation. As a personal injury lawyer, I can offer guidance to help you get treatment for your injuries and get any compensation owed you in order to ensure a more secure future for you and your family.
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For those who are unlucky enough to be injured, the pain, stress, and weakness related to recovering from that accident can make it even more difficult to figure out your rights and how to make the legal system work for you. You need a qualified attorney to help make sure you are compensated for your auto accident injuries with enough money to afford the medical care you need.
Personal injury and auto accident law can be complex and confusing for the layman, especially in the wake of factual inaccuracies reported in the news and myths passed around as rumor. As a personal injury attorney, I know how the insurance claim process works, what evidence I need to gather, and how to calculate and present your claim for damages.
Please contact me if you need representation as a plaintiff or defendant after an automobile accident.
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*There is an initial consultation fee of $150 for up to 30 minutes, which is reduced to $50 for veterinary malpractice cases, and which is waived for personal injury and medical malpractice cases.