There are a number of factors that can lead to a car accident in California. Failing to obey traffic laws (speeding, red lights, etc.) and driving under the influence are two of the most common. Many car accidents do not involve injuries; however, some can cause minor injuries such as bumps and bruises while others can lead to death. You should not have to go it alone if injured in a car accident.
While we all plan on being careful when we get behind the wheel of a vehicle, sometimes people simply do not pay attention to what they are doing. They increase their speed, get distracted while using a cell phone, and perform any number of activities that take their attention away from safely operating a motor vehicle. When this happens, you should not suffer because of it.
If you are injured as a result of someone failing to drive safely, Robert Hamparyan can evaluate your case and advise if you are eligible for compensation.
Yes, car insurance is meant to help pay for injuries in the event of an accident. Insurance can also compensation you for the damage to your vehicle and lost wagers as a result of not being able to work. While insurance companies are meant to help you recoup from accidents, they can also limit your monetary recovery.
If you are involved in a car accident in the state of California, chances are the insurance company will call you and let you know what you are entitled to under the policy. This can be intimidating as you may feel that what they are offering is the only compensation you are eligible for.
Whatever you do, do NOT accept anything from the insurance company without contacting an attorney first. Robert Hamparyan is an experienced San Diego car accident lawyer who can deal with insurance companies on your behalf. If you settle with the insurance company prior to obtaining legal advice, you could be signing away your rights for any additional compensation you are owed.
Our attorney will travel to your home, or hospital, at your convenience and request.
We are available to discuss your case anytime. Give us a call at (619) 550-1355.
Meeting and/or discussing your case with our attorney is completely free.