Auto Accident Lawyers in Charlottesville, VA

Auto Accident Lawyers in Charlottesville, VAAs your Auto Accident Lawyers in Charlottesville, VA from Martin Wren, P.C. knows all too well, many people become victims in car accidents when they were just innocently going about their day. No one gets into their car expecting to be in a wreck, but when it happens, it’s important to know what your options are in seeking compensation. Here are the answers to some of most common inquiries about car accidents:

How should I respond after a car accident?

While it can be difficult, stay as calm as you can, then call the police. Be sure to inform the operator if you or another person has been seriously injured. Gather the contact information from each party involved in the accident, in addition to any witnesses. Take pictures of the vehicle damage, accident scene, and visible injuries. The officer who arrives should take a report of what happened, so be sure to state your side of the story and how things unfolded through your perspective.

Do I need to go to court if I’ve filed a claim?

For most, an auto accident claim will be resolved not in the court system, but through a negotiation between the parties and their insurance companies. Unfortunately, many insurance companies want to settle a claim quickly, and aren’t concerned about providing the victim with what he or she needs to fully recover. If your case does need to be handled in court, our team is experienced in these matters and are prepared to represent you. 

What if I feel fine after the car accident?

You may feel okay in the moments after the car crash, but this doesn’t mean that you didn’t sustain any injury. In fact, car accident injuries are notorious for showing up in the hours or days afterwards. A doctor can identify injuries that may not be apparent to you yet. If you do not get injuries treated promptly, you may unintentionally be forfeiting your right to recover compensation for current and future medical expenses. 

What if the accident was partially my fault?

Never accept blame or apologize for the accident. There are many factors that could have influenced the crash which you are not aware of yet. If the investigation concludes that you were partially responsible, you may still receive compensation, but just to a lesser percentage.

What To Do Next

What you do from this moment forward will impact how you recover from the accident. If you take action now by seeing a doctor and hiring a lawyer to handle your case, then you are better suited to get the most out of your claim. Call our Charlottesville, VA Auto Accident Lawyers from Martin Wren, P.C. right away for reputable counsel.

Contact Our Virginia Lawyers

We serve clients throughout Virginia — from Charlottesville and Central Virginia to metropolitan Richmond; Harrisonburg and the Shenandoah Valley to Roanoke; and the cities of Hampton Roads to the Northern Virginia cities of  Fairfax, Alexandria and Arlington.

To speak with one of our attorneys, please call us at (434) 817-3100.

Our Virginia personal injury lawyers at MartinWren, P.C. also have a statewide practice and offer free consultations at a time and location that is convenient for you.  We will gladly meet with you at your home or at the hospital, even on nights and weekends.


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