Justice for Southeastern Pennsylvania area Car Accident Victims
After Your Accident, Experience Matters
No one gets behind the wheel expecting to be in an accident. Yet, every time we get on the road, we face a variety of dangers. No matter how carefully you drive, you can’t count on other drivers to show the same care. If you’ve ever been cut off by an impatient driver on the Schuylkill Expressway, you know that you only have seconds to react. Sometimes, there’s nothing you can do to prevent a crash.
A Pennsylvania Car Accident Can Change Your Life
Even a minor car accident can be overwhelming. After any accident, you must take care of your injuries, get your car repaired, fill out police reports, and make an insurance claim. If you are seriously injured, an accident can change you and your family’s life. Depending on your injury, you may not be able to work for an extended period of time. Your loss of earnings can affect your ability to support your household.
When you chose your insurance carrier, you probably chose the carrier that would meet your minimum insurance requirements at the best price. Now, that you are injured, you may find that your insurance company isn’t willing to cover all your needs.
Most insurance adjustors are honest and caring people who want to help accident victims, but their job is to save their company money. Because his job is on the line, the insurance agent may not tell you about insurance benefits such as coverage of lost income or compensation for your pain and suffering. This is why it is important that you know the full value of your case.
Our client was stopped at a red light in Bensalem when he was rear-ended causing serious injuries to his cervical spine and rotator cuff. Since the driver that caused the accident was underinsured, Rudolph Clarke represented the client against his own insurance company. Our attorneys were able to obtain an $872,500 settlement on our client’s behalf.