Auto accidents happen for many reasons. In some cases, it is the fault of a driver, but in many instances, it can be caused by improper signs or traffic lights, dangerous roads, mechanical failure, potholes, etc.
If you have been involved in an auto accident, you should contact an attorney, immediately. Getting the best advice that you can, as soon as you can, is the best way to protect yourself and your family.
Your auto insurance can make a big difference in whether you are compensated for an injury received in an auto accident. While auto insurance companies want you to select 'limited tort', and save a few dollars, you could loose thousands by not being able to collect damages for your injuries.
Always select "uninsured/underinsured' coverage so that you will protected if one of the thousands of not or limited insured drivers causes your accident.
Remember to have the following information available when you contact an attorney:
If the police were called, the incident number of the police report
The name and address of all drivers involved in the accident.
A copy of your car insurance policy, even if your car was not involved in the accident.
Insurance information on any of the cars involved in the accident
If any of this information is available, you should have it when you contact an attorney. Over the years, ARMANDO PANDOLA has represented hundreds of people involved in auto accidents, and have obtained major verdicts or settlements on their behalf. Each of our cases is handed individually and personally by Armando Pandola.