If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries in a motor vehicle accident caused by the negligence of another party, you have the right to compensation for your medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering. In most cases, you need a lawyer to protect your rights and ensure that you receive the justice you deserve.
At Eberhardt & Hale, LLP, we are experienced car accident lawyers. We are skilled and dedicated advocates who are determined to help our clients obtain the compensation they are entitled to receive, whether they are the passenger in a vehicle of an at-fault driver or the driver or passenger of another vehicle.
Skilled Trial Advocates
Most of our cases settle reasonably quickly, because we prepare them carefully and thoroughly. We will investigate your accident, measure the extent of your injuries and the required medical compensation for you, through a settled negotiation if that is possible.
Some cases do go to trial. Our attorneys are former prosecutors who have successfully handled numerous cases all the way through jury verdicts. If a trial is necessary, our firm will prepare your case and vigorously represent you before the court.
Our goal is to maximize the compensation for you.
What you Should and Should Not Do
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in an accident, there are some simple steps you can take to ensure that your rights are protected:
Continue your medical care-and follow your doctor's instructions. Our firm will work closely with your doctor to determine the extent of your injuries and the care you need so we can include those in our compensation demand.
Do not speak with an insurance company-beyond reporting your accident to your insurance company, you should let Eberhardt & Hale, LL handle all dealings with insurance companies. We can take the measures necessary to protect your rights and preserve your ability to obtain compensation.
Keep a diary of your experiences-write down what happened before and after the accident, including the names of any witnesses. As your medical treatment continues, make note of your physical pain and any personal difficulties you are experiencing.