Driving is a fact of life in Southern California. The roads are congested, the intersections are busy, and the traffic is unavoidable.
What most people do not realize about driving is that it is an inherently trustful act. When you enter traffic, you are trusting everyone else to behave responsibly and to obey traffic laws. Unfortunately, that trust is often broken, and negligent, irresponsible drivers cause accidents. The sad reality is that you can do absolutely everything right – from wearing your seatbelt, to keeping your hands at ten and two, to signaling every single lane change – and you can still wind up the victim of a devastating automobile accident.
How we handle auto accidents:
When it comes to helping victims of automobile accidents, our first priority is getting you well. Medical care should be prioritized as the first and often the only way to get you well again. Next, we will build you a case based on the traffic conditions, evidence, witnesses, medical records, and police reports to prove that the other driver was behaving negligently and caused your injury. We will interface with your insurance company and the other driver’s insurance company, and we will fight to have all of your medical expenses and missed income 100% covered. Everything from whiplash following a fender bender to loss of limb & life are handled with an equal amount of respect.
What you should know about handling an auto accident:
Driving is one of the most dangerous things we all engage in every day, and automobile accidents are tremendously common. That means that at some point in your life, you are likely to be involved in an automobile accident. If and when this happens to you, there are a few important things to know:
- If possible, always take a photo of where the vehicles came to rest following the accident.
- Always call the police in order to obtain an official accident report. Never admit to the police that you are uninjured. Injuries can take a long time to present and you do not want that statement in an official record.
- Collect the other driver’s contact & insurance information, along with the contact information of any witnesses.
- Call Nourmand Legal.