Frequently Asked Questions
Car accidents are one of the leading causes of injuries and deaths in America, leaving many families facing the substantial physical, emotional, and financial burdens such an accident often leaves behind. Dealing with these consequences of a vehicle accident can be extremely draining on a victim and their family, particularly financially. Fortunately, car accident victims are often able to file for financial compensation from the party responsible for their accident when it was caused by the other party’s negligence. Taking such legal action and understanding the many legal intricacies involved can be very confusing and overwhelming for many people, however.
To help anyone who has been victimized by another party’s recklessness understand their options and the many facets of filing a car accident claim, our New Jersey car accident lawyers of Levinson Axelrod, P.A., have provided answers to many frequently asked questions here. However, should you wish to speak to an attorney about your particular situation or get legal support, call us at 800-346-5529.
- How long do I have to file a claim?
- If an insurer asks for access to my medical records and history, should I allow them?
- When should I start talking to an attorney?
- My case was dropped by another firm. Can you work with me?
- What are punitive damages?
- What is negligence?
- When should I settle?
- Can you guarantee me results in my case?
- What if I’m partially at fault for the accident?
- Is it possible to say how long my case will take?
- Why should I contact an attorney?
- Is someone else responsible for my vehicle repair costs?
- How do I know how much compensation to claim?
- Should I still sue even if I am financially able to pay for my damages?
- Is every attorney the same?