Helping Car Accident Victims Pursue Recovery Options
Even when the other driver has insurance, it can still be difficult to get paid for your New York car accident claim. The other party’s insurance adjuster may seem friendly, but keep in mind that they represent their insured, not you. Their main goal is always to pay out as little as possible. When vehicle repairs and medical bills are adding up, you need someone who is looking out for your needs, not their own.
Call (716) 634-3320 for a free consultation on your Buffalo injury claim.
Straightforward Results, Sound Advice
After car crash, there is no shortage of questions. There are the questions about what insurance covers, who is at fault in the accident, who will pay your medical bills and if you can pursue a personal injury claim. Our lawyers can answer your questions.
Pope Law Firm, PLLC, has worked with car accident victims who have faced all kinds of complicated situations. We can help with all kinds of accident claims, including these common causes of accidents:
- Distracted drivers using cellphones
- Inexperienced drivers
- Pedestrians injured after being struck by vehicles
- Rear-end or head-on collisions
- Truck drivers falling asleep at the wheel
What Compensation Can I Recover?
Of course, the other question is what kinds of settlement can you expect after an injury? The Pope Law Firm, PLLC, can help you pursue compensation such as:
- Medical bills such as ambulance, follow-up treatment, X-rays and other expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Wrongful death of a love one
- Permanency and scarring
- Lost wages
Visit our page explaining what to do right after an accident to learn how you can help your case from the start.
Get Legal Help Now
The attorneys at Pope Law Firm, PLLC, can seek the best results for your injury case. Keep in mind that even if your injuries seem minor, they can lead to difficulties later. You don’t want to find out after you’ve accepted a low settlement that your injuries were more extensive than you initially thought and that you should have been paid more.