No matter how safely you drive, there is nothing that can truly protect you from a negligent or dangerous driver. Car accidents can have a profound impact on Pennsylvania victims’ lives, leaving many with serious and even permanent injuries that require ongoing medical treatment. When seeking compensation for these injuries, it is important to have the right kind of support along the way.
Accidents involving two passenger vehicles might be one of the more common injury-causing accidents, but they are certainly not the only kind. Drivers and passengers can be injured in any number of accident types, including tractor trailer crashes and hit-and-runs. Others include:
- Motorcycle crashes
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian collisions
However, even if it seems obvious that the other driver was at fault, it is not necessarily easy to demonstrate this to insurance companies. Many insurers attempt to minimize the extent of damages or your injuries or even downplay the role that the other driver played in the wreck, and you must be able to accurately demonstrate the other driver’s negligence when making a claim. If you were hurt by an uninsured driver in Pennsylvania, it is also possible to make a claim against your own insurance.
Pursuing an effective personal injury claim often requires vigilance from early on. From collecting evidence to demonstrating a negligent driver’s liability, accuracy is key when seeking compensation for injuries. We are proud of the tireless guidance and support that we provide to countless victims of car accidents as they pursue just compensation for their injuries.