ASHEVILLE PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER FOR CAR ACCIDENT INJURY

IF YOU'VE BEEN INJURED BY NO FAULT OF YOUR OWN, YOU NEED AN EFFECTIVE ASHEVILLE PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY!

   Auto accidents that lead to injury call for an effective personal injury attorney to represent you!   Personal injury claims can arise from a number of causes.  However, the majority of personal injury claims are the result of a car accident.  Most people, at some point, have been affected by a motor vehicle collision. When injuries occur, the consequences can be devastating.

 

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 Automobile Collisions That Lead To Injury Call For A Skilled Personal Injury Attorney.

Automobile Collisions That Lead To Injury Call For A Skilled Personal Injury Attorney.

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   Despite what many believe, it's not always so simple that the negligent party's insurance will hand over a check to compensate you for the damage.  Insurers will try to analyze whether or not the policy covers the damage based on what occurred.  If there is coverage, the insurance company then has to agree to pay, otherwise for forced by a court's order to pay.

   Insurance companies are in business like all businesses. That means they seek to gain profit!  When insurance must pay claims, profits are obviously affected. When you are injured by an automobile collision that was not your fault, you need to contact an Asheville, NC injury attorney who is willing to fight for the money you are entitled to..

   If you have injuries sustained from an accident you'll want to consult a personal injury attorney who has the resources and experience on tap to handle accident-related injury cases.  Consultations are free, and if you retain our services to represent you, you'll only pay if you get paid from a successfully settled claim. 

 

MEDICAL PAYMENTS WITH AUTO INSURANCE

   Many of sources may exist for you to recover medical expenses.  For example, if you have a medical insurance plan that coverage will usually apply.  Also, most automobile policies have some sort of medical payments coverage plan.  If you have medical payments coverage under your own policy, it generally covers you to have your medical bills reimbursed, up to the listed policy limits for you or anyone in your car who was injured in an accident.  These payments should be made regardless of who was at fault.

   If the at fault driver was an uninsured motorist, you can make claim under your own uninsured motorist policy to have your insurance company handle the accident related medical bills.  If the other party has liability insurance, their insurance company will be liable for your medical payments.  However in some cases, the insurance company may require you to pay your medical bills, and then they will  re-imburse you.

AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT QUICK TIPS

It's a given that auto accidents happen every day. The confusion that comes with the stress of being involved in a collision can be daunting. There are some things to try to keep in mind if you are involved in a collision.

Here are several things that you should do:

  • Get Help – Make sure that you and any other people involved in the car accident are all right. Contact the police so they can assist in the auto accident process, and help determine who is liable for the auto accident.
  • If Possible, Move the Vehicles – If the vehicles involved in the car accident are obstructing traffic and can be moved, It's usually a good idea to move them out of the way so that additional damage can be avoided.
  • Gather Information – You need to obtain all the vehicle and contact information from all drivers and passengers in the other vehicles involved in the automobile accident.
  • Don't Admit to Anything – As mentioned earlier, car accidents often leave victims in stressful daze. This could result in an unintended admission of fault. Admitting you are at fault can jeopardize any insurance claim, and the admission not even be an accurate indicator of fault once all the facts have been analyzed.
  • Find/Recognize Witnesses – If there is anybody who witnessed the car accident, get their contact information. A witness testimony of your auto accident could be very helpful during the settlement of your car accident insurance claim.
  • Call a Good Asheville Injury Lawyer – An skilled car accident lawyer will be invaluable in assisting you when filing your auto accident claim.

   Unfortunately, a number of people wait until after the accident to find out whether or not they can handle negotiations with insurance adjusters themselves. People tend to think involving an injury attorney may be too expensive, or will take away from their recovery. Don't make this mistake up front, in all likelihood you'll recover more of what you deserve if you involve a skilled accident lawyer up front. 

   Not to mention, there can be a number of confusing rules and regulations involved with filing an auto accident claim. You will probably have to review past medical records and/or file your claim in a certain amount of time. A skilled Asheville automobile accident lawyer will be of great assistance to you throughout the auto accident claim process.

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PROVING NEGLIGENCE IN A CAR ACCIDENT CASE

   Negligence is essentially part of the law of torts. Tort law is pretty much synonymous with personal injury law. A tort is a bad act, and negligence is a bad act that caused by someone's carelessness. Enforcing tort law of negligence by compensating victims monetarily actually serves to make the world a safer place. Carelessness is taxed heavily when an aggressive and effective personal injury lawyer becomes involved.  When a person's conduct is unreasonable, the damage they cause creates liability to pay.

   In the case of a car accident, fault could be the result of negligence. If an automobile injury lawyer can determine fault and negligence, recovery of damages (monetary compensation) is usually appropriate. The goal of negligence law is to make the injured party whole, and to deter the conduct that led to the injury in the first place.

   If you were injured in a car accident, the negligent driver is responsible for your injuries and your compensation. When handling your car accident claim, it is necessary to establish the other driver's negligence. However, their negligence alone is not enough to gain compensation. It must be shown that the at fault party's negligence caused your injuries.

   Obviously, establishing negligence in not always easy, and is best left to a skilled personal injury attorney.  It is typical that medical records will be reviewed to show that your injuries are a direct result of the car accident and the at fault party's conduct, and not a previously existing condition.

Negligence is complicated theory that has lends itself to volumes of legal scholarship. What this also means is it's not always easy to prove! An experienced car accident attorney will certainly assist you during your auto accident claim process and help to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

 

CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE IS A BAR TO RECOVERY

   North Carolina is a common law Contributory Negligence state. This means if Insurance representatives can prove you were at fault in the least, no matter how small the percentage of your fault contributed, all recovery from the claim can be barred. This means you need a skilled injury lawyer who can negotiate for the best result when your potential fault in the accident may be at issue.

 

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