Frequently Asked Injury Law Questions

When an individual is harmed because of another person’s negligence, the victim may be entitled to file a personal injury claim.  Get the answers to a few of the most frequently asked legal questions as it relates to these types of claims. These legal FAQs can help you make an informed decision when hiring a personal injury lawyer.

If you still have questions after browsing our legal FAQs, contact us for a free legal consultation. We can answer all your questions and help you determine if you are eligible to file a personal injury claim.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q:What is the first thing that I should think of if I am involved in an automobile accident?
Always call the police. Then, obtain names and phone numbers and inform the investigating officer to make sure that he or she is aware of independent witnesses at the scene. Make sure the officer gives you a copy of the report number, as well as a driver exchange of information assigned to the accident report. The exchange form will include information regarding the at fault party and the name of their insurance company. The Law Offices of Hughes & Ball Elordi, P.A. is available to assist you.

Q:What about my medical condition?
You should seek out needed medical attention immediately, and if applicable, at the scene. This will include paramedics, and if necessary, transportation to the hospital for further evaluation and treatment. You should also promptly follow up with other health care providers to address and document your injuries.

Q:How do I get my vehicle repaired?
There are a couple of answers to this question however CAUTION: Certain answers to questions can be potentially damaging to your case. Sometimes it becomes necessary to have your vehicle repaired by your own insurance company. The Law Offices of Hughes & Ball Elordi, P.A. can help you navigate through these issues.

Q:Do I need Photographs?
Photographs are very helpful in a variety of ways. Photographs at the scene, if possible, clearly depict damage at the time of the crash involving all the vehicles and not just your vehicle. Sometimes one vehicle involved in a crash vehicle may not appear damaged; however the other vehicle(s) have extensive damage. Photos can help tell the whole story of what happened.

THE LAW OFFICES OF HUGHES & BALL  IS HERE TO HELP YOU THROUGH THESE FRUSTRATING ISSUES AND TO SECURE BENEFITS FOR YOUR INJURIES.

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