Frequently Asked Questions About New Mexico Car Accidents
Many car crash injuries are severe. Car accident victims, especially those with serious injuries, are in a very vulnerable position. If you have suffered in a car accident, you may need to navigate the legal system and complex insurance issues. You may also have to manage multiple medical appointments along with your daily obligations. With all of this stress, it is understandable that you have many questions.
Your legal team is your resource. At Almanzar & Youngers, P.A., we will stand by your side, handle all the legal and insurance matters, and help you get the medical care and financial compensation you deserve.
Below are some commonly asked questions. For more information and personally tailored answers, call 575-636-2057 or set up an appointment by completing our contact form. With offices in Las Cruces and Santa Fe, our attorneys represent injury victims and their families throughout New Mexico.
What Should I Do After A Car Accident?
The first thing you should do is get medical attention for anyone injured and call the police. When that is done, you should call a personal injury lawyer. Do NOT say that the accident was your fault. Instead, begin exchanging insurance information with the other driver and wait for your attorney to arrive. An attorney can work quickly to gather all the relevant evidence and begin collecting witness information.
What Kinds Of Compensation Can A Car Accident Victim Receive?
Car accident victims can receive compensation for much of their care. While your settlement will depend on your injuries and any relevant treatment you need, in general, car accident victims are eligible for financial assistance with their medical care, long-term treatment, any relevant adaptive technology needs, and compensation for time away from work during recovery.
Should I Accept The Insurance Company’s Initial Settlement Offer?
You should never accept an insurance settlement without first speaking with an experienced personal injury lawyer. An attorney can ensure the settlement does not underestimate your medical care expenses. Keep in mind that insurance companies are in business to make money, not necessarily to pay you what you’re owed for your injuries. At Almanzar & Youngers, P.A., we can negotiate with the insurance company to help you get the maximum available compensation.
Contact Almanzar & Youngers, P.A., For A Free Initial Consultation
Almanzar & Youngers, P.A., has been a New Mexico legal institution for nearly 30 years. Our firm has the experience and skill to help you obtain the resources you need to recover from your injuries and put your life back together. To set up a free consultation, call 575-636-2057 or contact us online. We can help.