We Are Here To Make Sense Of Your Car Accident Claim

Auto accidents can leave you shaken and injured. If the other driver caused the accident, you may also feel frustrated and angry. This may be especially true if you have catastrophic injuries or lost a loved one. Although your legal claim is probably not your top priority, at some point, you need to deal with the insurance company and other parties involved in the accident.

At CraigWilliams, PLC, our lawyers handle all types of motor vehicle accidents in the Louisa County area, including:

  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Car crashes
  • Commercial vehicle/truck accidents
  • Bus/public transportation accidents
  • Hit-and-runs
  • Distracted driving/texting and driving

Each of these types of cases have unique legal issues. Let us handle the legal issues for you, including dealing with the insurance company. We will explain each step of the process, helping you make the decisions that are best for your family. If necessary, we are not afraid to take your case to trial to get you the results you deserve.

Injuries Can Range From Minor To Catastrophic

Many people wonder how we put a value on a case. The process involves evaluating many factors, including medical expenses, the severity of the injury, lost wages and pain and suffering. The one aspect all other factors depend on is the type of injury and its severity. Serious injuries like traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries result in more complex claims. They require long-term care and medical expenses. You may not be able to return to work. All of these factors will affect your claim.

Options When The Other Driver Is Uninsured

Virginia is among the few states that do not require a driver to carry insurance. If you were hit by one of these drivers, you may be frustrated to find out that you have to pursue damages from that driver personally. And if they can't afford car insurance, they aren't likely to have much money to pay your claim.

You do have another option, called an uninsured motorist claim. Your own insurance policy should cover your damages in this situation, unless you intentionally opted out of this coverage. You can also pursue this coverage if you were the victim of a hit-and-run. Our office can explain to you how an uninsured motorist claim works, and help you recover.

Call Our Office Today

We offer free attorney consultations, so contact our Louisa office risk-free. Call 540-603-0405 or fill out our online form today.