What To ExpectCar accidents harm your family, career, health and finances.
After a serious car accident the victims are devastated not just physically but also emotionally and financially. A bad car accident can transform you from the person that everyone depended on to a person that must depend on others. The disruption starts with immediate medical treatment and the loss of freedom. After being rushed to the hospital you soon realize that the emergency room doctor is only concerned about unstable or life threatening injuries. They act for the person with internal bleeding in the brain but send the concussion victim back to work like a football coach from the 1980’s. They fix broken bones but send those with excruciating back pain home. After the hospital visit you have little guidance other than to follow up with a doctor that you have never heard of or your family doctor. The family doctor has been great with the flu but may not be the right fit for a car accident. Our Annapolis car accident lawyers can craft a recovery plan. Our Annapolis office is located by the Anne Arundel Medical Center and we can provide immediate answers. We provide every new client a published personal injury guide. Feel free to stop by our offices after being seen at the Anne Arundel Medical Center to obtain a copy of our Personal Injury Guide. This guide answers the following questions:
- Should I talk to the insurance company?
- Who will pay my lost wages?
- Do I need a lawyer?
- Who will fix my car?
- What can I do to improve my case?
- What will the insurance company do to try and deny my car accident injury claim?
- How does a car accident claim proceed?
- Will I be offered a reasonable settlement?
- If I do not settle, how does a lawsuit proceed?
- What are the factors that lead an insurance company to settle some car accident cases while
refusing to make an offer in other car accident cases?
Getting the answers to these questions early improve the chances of your car accident case being treated fairly. The answers to these questions improves the chances of you recovering physically, emotionally, and financially.
The next day you are unable to work, to care for your family and you no longer have a car. Medical bills are coming, your monthly bills are waiting and you can’t work. The insurance company for the person that crashed into you is calling to request a recorded statement while often offering encouraging words. Does the other driver’s insurance company really care about me? Why does the insurance company need a recorded statement when the car accident is clearly their driver’s fault?
If these questions and concerns sound familiar, let Patterson Law help you Recover. Call 301-888-4878 to schedule a free consultation with Maria Patterson a Top 100 Maryland Super Lawyer, Top 10 client’s choice award winner for car accidents and a Top 1% Car Accident Lawyer winner. Patterson Law is located in Anne Arundel County in Annapolis. Our office is located next to the Bayside Pediatrics Office building and across the street from the Double T Diner and the Maris apartments.