You never saw it coming. All you remember is driving down the road—and the next minute, you woke up in the hospital.
Unfortunately, car accidents are all too common in our hectic lives. Sometimes, they’re only minor fender benders. But when you’re seriously hurt because of a vehicle collision, your injuries may be very substantial.
That’s when you need to call a personal injury attorney. Nevada’s population now exceeds 3,000,000. With hundreds of thousands of drivers on the road at any given time, many of them are distracted technology, traffic, or too little sleep. If these distractions lead to a collision, the results can be disastrous for the injured party.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AFTER A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT
People assume that insurance companies will treat them fairly after they’ve been involved in a crash. That is rarely the case. Insurance companies are overwhelmingly motivated by increasing their bottom line, not in paying claims fairly. In many instances, they find ways to avoid fully compensating the victim, especially if the injuries are severe. At our law firm, we know how to protect you from unscrupulous insurers and from others who only to protect their interests, not yours.
You should also realize that not all serious accidents involve car crashes. Click the following links to learn more about other common accidents:
• Aviation crashes
• Bicycle accidents
• Big rig and truck collisions
• Motorcycle crashes
• Passenger accidents
• Pedestrian incidents
CALL EDWARD J. ACHREM & ASSOCIATES NOW
After a serious motor vehicle collision, time is of the essence. If you or a loved one is injured, Edward J. Achrem & Associates, Ltd. will move quickly to preserve evidence and interview eye witnesses. Don’t leave your health and your future to chance. Call our office and speak with our trained staff. We’ll immediately assess the situation and help you every step of the way in recovering your health and being fully compensated for your injuries and related expenses.
Call us today at (702) 734-3936, or (888)-734-6789 if you’re outside Nevada.