Salisbury Car Accident Lawyer
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Have you or a close loved one recently been injured in a car accident in
Salisbury or a surrounding area in Maryland? No matter what your car accident
involved or how minor you think your injuries seem, it is important that
you consult with a Salisbury car accident attorney first.
You may be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries, including
medical costs, lost wages, and more.
Contact me, a Salisbury car accident attorney for your
FREE case evaluation.
Helping Car Accident Victims Get Back on Their Feet
I am Attorney William R. Hall, one of the premier
personal injury attorneys in Maryland. I understand how difficult it is to be coping with
an injury. You may be facing financial constraints and wonder how you
will ever afford medical treatment.
I can help you file a claim to seek the maximum compensation possible,
so you have the resources you need to recover with peace of mind. Talk
to me about your injuries and I can explain to you what your next steps
Types of Car Accident Compensation
Car accident victims may be entitled to compensation for:
Pain and suffering
I work closely with each client to make sure that their claims are prepared
thoroughly and filed in a timely manner. Whenever you have a concern or
question, you can always reach me for answers.
You can rely on me to provide you with personalized representation. From negotiating with
insurance companies to taking a case to court, I am with you every step
of the way.
Five Steps to Take After a Car Accident
1. Stay at the scene: The worst thing you can do during this time is to flee the scene of the
accident. Leaving the scene of an accident, otherwise known as a “hit
and run,” is a serious criminal offense and can expose you to a
wide range of harsh penalties if convicted. Never drive away from an accident
until it is deemed appropriate to do so by a police officer.
2. Check for injuries: Examine everyone involved for injuries and call for aid as soon as possible
if anyone appears to be hurt. Do not move anyone who is injured, as this
can sometimes worsen an injury if done improperly. If nobody is hurt and
damage is minimal, move your vehicles to a safe location. If the damage
is extensive, however, it is important you call the police. The police
will be able to control the situation and create an incident report.
3. Exchange information: Calmly and respectfully exchange names, addresses, phone numbers, insurance
information, license plate numbers, and driver’s license numbers
with the other involved drivers. Do not discuss the accident! Anything
you say can potentially be used against you to hold you liable for the
collision, especially seemingly innocent statements like “I’m
sorry” or “I didn’t see you.” It is best to stay silent.
4. Take photos of the damage: If you have a camera available, get detailed photographs of the damage.
This includes damage to all involved vehicles, damage to public property,
any injuries that may have occurred, tire tracks, and skid marks. These
photos will be important later on when recreating the accident to determine fault.
5. Contact an attorney: It is vital you contact a Salisbury car accident attorney as soon as possible
to maximize your chances of securing fair compensation for the resulting
damages. A skilled lawyer can negotiate with the involved insurance companies
and handle any disputes that should arise with your claim on your behalf.
Personal Guidance Through the Injury Claims Process
My resources and experience working with victims of car accidents can work
to your advantage. I understand the claims process and how insurance companies
try to cheat victims out of their rightful compensation.
Don't talk to an insurance adjustor without a Salisbury car accident
lawyer on your side. Have me guide you through the process from start
Injured in a car accident?
Call my office today at (410) 205-1684 to get started!