Injured As A Passenger In A Car Accident? You Have The Right To Compensation.
You may not have been behind the wheel when the crash occurred, but you are likely entitled to compensation for your injuries and other losses. In fact, as a passenger, it may be easier for you to successfully make a car accident claim, so don’t wait to speak to a lawyer about your case.
You may not want to “sue” your friend or family member who was driving before the crash, but a lawsuit may be the best way to get the compensation you need for a serious injury. Your concerned friend or loved one can rest easier knowing that you will have the medical care and resources you need to heal and resume normal life. When you are ready to discuss your legal options, contact me at the Holladay Law Firm, PLLC, to take advantage of a free consultation.
Obtaining Compensation Through A Third-Party Insurance Claim
As an injured passenger in a motor vehicle collision, you’ll need to determine which of the drivers involved in the accident should be held accountable. I am firm founder Jason Holladay. As your lawyer, I will conduct a thorough investigation to determine how the accident happened and who was at fault. Then, I can help you file a claim for liability against his or her insurance policy. You may bring a claim against one of the following insurance policies:
- The policy of the driver and/or owner of the car in which you were a passenger
- The policy of the driver and/or owner of the other vehicle involved in the accident
Depending on the details of the accident, you may need to make multiple claims. I will guide you through this process while also working to preserve your relationship with the friend or family member who may have been at fault for the crash.
Don’t Wait To Seek Legal Help – Contact Me Today
Time is of the essence, and a prompt investigation can be important for the development of your claim. At the Holladay Law Firm, PLLC, I’m here to help protect your rights. My goal will be to ensure you are paid the financial restitution owed to you as a crash victim. I represent clients on a contingency-fee basis, which means you will owe me nothing until I win your case. When we do win, my fees will be paid as a predetermined percentage of what I am able to recover for you.