Critical steps to take after a motor vehicle accident
A motor vehicle accident can be a life-changing event. For accident victims, a painful recovery, mounting medical bills and inability to work may become the new reality. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, the most important thing to focus on is the healing process. However, while you tackle recovery, it is also vital to have a skilled personal injury attorney fighting the legal battles on your behalf.
What should I do after a motor vehicle accident?
After an auto crash, seek immediate medical attention and continue to follow your doctor’s prescribed treatment/recovery plan. It is also helpful to document the details of the accident as you remember them. Beyond a written statement, have someone photograph your car and, if possible, the accident scene. Do not have your car repaired until speaking with an attorney. All of these things can contribute to a solid claim and may increase the likelihood of a favorable compensation award.
The legal strength you need
At Barberi Law, our attorneys have years of experience resolving a range of complex auto accident cases. We also have the distinct honor of having won the highest jury verdict for an auto accident case in the history of Isabella County. We did so by working hard with a single goal in mind: to get the compensation our client deserved. Our attorneys want to achieve that same goal for you.
Contact us regarding your legal options if you were involved in a:
- Car accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Truck accident
- Car/pedestrian accident
- Car/bicycle accident
- Drunk driving accident
We understand that you will have many questions after an accident, but not many answers. When you work with our law firm, we will take the time to clearly explain your legal position, the applicable insurance policies (such as no-fault insurance benefits and PIP), personal injury laws and options for moving forward.
Our legal team serves clients in the Central and Northern Michigan area, including, but not limited to, Harrison, Roscommon, Gaylord, Grayling, Gladwin and Midland.