Car Accident Injury Claims
Car accidents are over in an instant, but an accident’s consequences can change a life. Accidents may result in painful or serious injury and exact a heavy emotional, medical, and financial toll. At Osterbauer Law Firm, our Minnesota Car Accident Injury Lawyers work to help our clients with their financial burdens, allowing them to focus on recovery.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an auto accident, it is crucial to have your case reviewed by one of our competent, experienced lawyers. Only then can you be sure that you have identified all sources of compensation and that your claim includes the full extent of your loss. If you would like to speak with a member of our firm, please contact our office to arrange a free consultation.
What to do after an auto accident
After an injury accident, you need to quickly obtain prompt medical attention and retain a reputable auto accident law firm. If serious injuries occurred, immediate emergency care will be required and you may need to be transported from the scene of the accident to the nearest hospital. If the injuries are not life-threatening, you should be seen by your doctor or a physician at an urgent care clinic as soon as possible. Many times, injuries are not apparent right away due to the trauma your body has sustained. Regardless of whether or not you believe you have received injuries, you should always be examined by a medical care professional to make certain that you have no injuries, or to ensure that you receive the proper medical care for your injuries.
With the number of auto collisions these days, much of the time the police may not arrive on the scene unless the injuries are serious enough to require ambulance transportation or a vehicle is too damaged to drive. If the police do not come to the scene, it is important that you file a police report. You should call your local Police Department, give them the location of the accident, and request to file a police report. This will document the facts of the accident, and you will have a record of the accident. You will want to obtain all the information from the other involved parties; names, address, phone numbers, driver’s license number, vehicle description, license plate number, name and policy number for the insurance company.
If an insurance company contacts you wanting a statement, you do not want to do this without first talking to the expert auto accident attorneys in our personal injury law firm. The insurance adjusters and investigators are trained to ask questions that could harm your case. You simply inform the adjuster that you have, or will be, retaining an auto accident lawyer who will be in contact.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in litigating car accident injury claims, including those involving spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and wrongful death. Cases we have handled in the past include SUV rollovers, poor crashworthiness, defective roadways, defective auto equipment, tire tread separations and other equipment failure; accidents caused by drunk drivers and commercial trucks; and claims involving uninsured motorists, underinsured motorists, and third-party insurers.
We want you to receive fair treatment and to recover the compensation you need and deserve. If you call us, there is absolutely no commitment—our attorneys will evaluate your case and give you the information you need to make a well-informed decision about how you should proceed.
Information related to car accidents
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- Bicycle Accident Injuries
- Pedestrian Accident Injuries
- Bus Accident Injuries
If you would like one of our Car Accident Injury Lawyers to review your auto accident claim, contact our Twin Cities law office to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation. In most cases fees are charged as a percentage of any settlement or judgment awarded our clients. If we fail to win your case, you will not be obligated to pay any legal fees.