Cherry Hill Car And Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
After a car accident, many are unsure if they should contact a car accident lawyer. If you are involved in a car accident, contact a car accident lawyer to learn what your rights are.
Some of the common questions people have after an accident are centered around insurance coverage, seeking medical attention, and what their next steps should be.
Jacobs, Schwalbe & Petruzzelli, P.C. is happy to answer these questions and offer legal advice. Our team knows what it takes to maximize your results. Our car accident lawyers have years of experience and a track record of success helping clients like you throughout Camden County – from Cherry Hill to Clementon and every city in between. We can also represent car accident cases in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the surrounding counties.
If you are involved in one of the motor vehicle accidents listed below, contact our law firm online or by phone for help:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Collisions with pedestrians
- Head-on collisions
- Rear-end collisions
- Angle or side-impact accidents
- Hit-and-run accidents
- Drunk driving or distracted driving accidents
- Uninsured or underinsured (UM/UIM) accident claims
Steps To Take After A Car Accident
If you are involved in a car accident and are injured or think you may be injured, seek medical attention immediately. Injuries can also occur days, weeks, or even months later. Some common injuries may include spinal injuries, neurological injuries, orthopedic injuries, or neck and back injuries.
The next thing you should do is report the accident to your auto insurance company.
Be prepared for insurance claims adjusters. They may try to talk you out of seeing a car accident attorney. They work for the insurance company whose primary goal is to pay out as little money as possible and as fast as possible. This often happens when your injuries are more serious than you realized.
You don’t have to handle the insurance companies on your own. By being in your corner, we provide the guidance and advocacy you will need to recover the full compensation you are entitled to from the insurance companies.
An Uninsured Or Underinsured Motorist Hit Me – Now What?
It is illegal to drive without auto insurance in the state of New Jersey. Unfortunately, many drivers still drive without insurance. Thankfully, there is a way to protect yourself should you get in an accident with an uninsured driver.
You can purchase additional coverage on your own auto insurance policy to cover you in these instances. The most common types include uninsured motorist (UM) coverage and underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage. Both are optional and can be added to your policy at any time. However, they cannot be added to your policy after you have already been in an accident.
Here’s a scenario where additional coverage may be beneficial:
If you get hit by an uninsured driver or a driver who doesn’t have enough insurance coverage to cover your injuries, you can still recover fair compensation from the additional coverage your purchased.
The Jacobs, Schwalbe & Petruzzelli, P.C., Difference
After an auto accident, it can be a very stressful time. Depending on the severity of your injury, you may have a lot going on during this time. The last thing you want to worry about is fixing the damage to your car, getting a rental car, and dealing with the insurance company.
At Jacobs, Schwalbe & Petruzzelli, P.C., our car accident attorneys are here to help you through the process from beginning to end. We pride ourselves on our willingness to help those who need our services. We encourage you to take advantage of our free initial consultation.
We use the initial consultation to learn more about you, the accident you are involved in, and your injuries to determine if you have a claim or lawsuit. From there, we can present the options and next steps to you.
Schedule your free consultation today.
How Much Does A Car Accident Attorney Cost?
If you decide to hire us, our attorneys will represent you on a contingency basis. This means we will not charge you a retainer fee or bill you by the hour. You will not pay any fees until your case is won or settled.
This is our commitment and something we remain transparent about.