Automobile Accidents

Automobile Accidents

It is estimated that there are over 6 million accidents in the US annually.  If you have been in a vehicle related accident and have been injured by no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation that will help you pay for lost wages, pain and suffering and other expenses related to the accident or economic hardship created by the accident. Generally, a personal injury claim involving an automobile accident can be made if:

  • You were involved in a two-car collision and you were not the fault of the collision.
  • You were a passenger and were not at fault in the accident.
  • You were a pedestrian struck by an automobile and were not at fault.
  • Other situations were you might have been injured through the negligence of another operating a vehicle.

If you think you should be entitled to help with your medical bills and lost wages, you should speak to an attorney. We will be honored to serve you and will fight to get you the money you deserve.

If you have been hurt by the negligence of another party, you are entitled to compensation.

Contact The Moore Law Firm to protect your rights.

 

Some Frequently Asked Questions if you have been injured in an accident.

How do I know who is at fault in my accident?

In the majority of accidents, the party that acted negligently is typically held liable for the accident. This may not necessarily mean the driver at fault did something illegal. Often accidents are caused by simple individual acts that could have been avoided. Examples of this can be using a cell phone, texting or simply being distracted from the task of driving. While these actions are not illegal, per say, they can be dangerous to others and does lead to the cause of thousands of accidents daily.