Answering Common Questions After Pennsylvania Car Accidents

At Amil Minora Law, I have worked with car accident victims throughout northeast Pennsylvania. Whether it was a low-speed collision, a serious head-on crash or a fatal accident, I know how to develop a legal strategy tailored to secure a favorable outcome to your case.

Individuals injured in a car accident often wonder what to do after a car accident. Below are the answers to three of the most commonly asked questions among motorists in Pennsylvania.

How Much Is My Case Worth?

Pennsylvania allows injured motorists to seek economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages include the costs of medical care and property damages suffered. Noneconomic damages apply to pain and suffering and other emotional damages resulting from the accident.

Knowing how much you could recover depends on the unique facts of your case. Your health care costs, lost wages and emotional trauma all affect the size of your claim. I will review all aspects of your case to provide you with realistic expectations for the damages that may be available.

Should I Accept The Initial Settlement?

Insurance companies often offer car accident victims a settlement early in the process as a means of economically resolving the case. The offer may seem reasonable, and it can be tempting to take it.

In practice, it is rare for it to be a good idea to accept the first settlement offer. I take the time to analyze your current and long-term financial burdens that the accident imposes on you and your loved ones. This diligent approach allows me to identify a figure that fairly compensates you for all injuries suffered.

When insurance companies refuse to pay you the amount you deserve, I bring decades of litigation experience to the courtroom to fight for you.

Do I Need An Attorney?

It is possible that you may be able to recover some financial compensation. It is likely, however, that you will leave a significant amount of money on the table if you do not speak with an attorney.

Seeking the counsel of a qualified personal injury lawyer offers several advantages. I know how insurance companies try to reduce the amount they pay, and I know how to effectively position your claim against these tactics. This puts you in a better position to receive the best possible outcome to your case.

Answering All Of Your Questions

When you partner with me, you will work exclusively with an attorney who has over 40 years of legal experience. Schedule your free consultation now. Call 570-800-2267 or complete my contact form to get in touch with my Scranton office.