Helping Those Injured In Car Accidents
Some people who are injured in car accidents attempt to resolve their personal injury claims on their own. However, doing so can be to your detriment. Whenever you give a statement to your insurance company about your injuries, that statement can and will be used against you.
At Zumbado & Elmore in Hampton, New Hampshire, and Boston, Massachusetts, our lawyers represent people who have been injured in car accidents in Rockingham County and the greater Boston metro. We offer a free initial consultation to evaluate your case and explain your rights.
Types of car accidents we handle include:
Why You Shouldn’t Talk To An Insurance Company
Insurance company adjusters will often try to get you to make a recorded statement about your injuries. However, you should never give a statement to an insurance company — even your own insurance company — without a lawyer’s advice.
You might not feel injured immediately following an accident. However, a few days later you may need medical attention because you are in pain. If the insurance company has recorded you saying that you are “OK,” it can be difficult for you to collect compensation.
Time Limits For Auto Accident Claims
The statute of limitations for car accident claims is three years in New Hampshire. However, that doesn’t mean you have three years to contact an attorney about your case. There are specific notice requirements for specific types of personal injury claims. In some cases, you may only have a few days after a crash to file a claim notice, or you will lose important rights.
Talk To A Car Crash Attorney
To schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney at our firm, call 800-926-7677 or contact us by email. If you are not able to come to our Hampton or Boston law offices, our lawyers will come to you.