Learning Center: Auto, Truck, & Motorcycle Accidents

FAQs: Auto, Truck, & Motorcycle Accidents

FAQs: Auto, Truck, & Motorcycle Accidents

Who do I talk to?

The driver of the car I was riding in was at fault for the accident. Can I file a claim?

The accident wasn’t my fault. But I did get a traffic ticket for having an expired plate. Do I still have a claim against the other driver’s insurance?

Why is the insurance company saying my car is a total loss when I know it can be repaired?

My new car was totaled just days after I bought it. But the insurance adjuster is offering me thousands less than I paid. What can I do?

I need a rental car. Will I be reimbursed?

The driver who hit me is uninsured. Does that mean I have to foot the bill?

I wasn’t able to work after my car accident. Can I get paid for the time I missed from work?

What if I don’t have healthcare coverage and can’t afford to see a physician?

Will the insurance company pay for me to see a chiropractor?

The insurance adjuster is pressuring me to sign a release. Should I do it?

How will my medical expenses be paid?

How long do I have to file my claim?

How long will it take to settle my claim?

What is my claim worth?

How much will it cost to get legal help?

Should I give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster? Do I have to?

Do I need an attorney to help with my property damage claim?

Why should I work with an attorney?

Do I need an attorney?

What if I’m injured?

 

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