Answers To Your Frequently Asked Car Accident Questions
After being involved in an accident, there are many unknowns. Ortega & Ortega, PLLC, is here to answer all of your questions. We have worked with clients throughout Arizona when they needed proper representation. We will demand the compensation you rightfully deserve. After reading through the list of frequently asked questions below, contact our office in Phoenix to schedule a consultation. You can reach us at 480-637-0907 or by emailing us. Se habla español.
Do I need to seek medical care?
Yes. After being involved in an accident, the first thing you should do is talk to a doctor. Even if you don’t feel anything at the moment, you could be suffering from internal injuries. It is also important to hold onto all of your medical records. We can use this in your case to show how the negligent party so negatively affected you.
Should I talk to the insurance company?
Whether it is your own insurance company or that of the negligent party, it is important not to talk to them without an attorney present. They are in the business of closing claims as quickly as possible. This means that they will use any information you give them against you. If you have already talked to them by accident, don’t panic. We can help you move in the right direction.
I haven’t decided whether or not I should get legal help. How much time do I have?
First of all, without the right attorney at your side, it is highly likely that you’ll end up with less than you deserve. It’s also important to reach out to a lawyer as soon as possible. As time goes on, evidence can be harder to collect. There are also statutes in place that limit the amount of time you have to file a claim. The sooner you reach out to our firm, the better.
How much is this going to cost?
We work on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not collect any form of payment unless we win. For us, it is not about a paycheck. We seek the maximum amount of compensation for our clients simply because it is the right thing to do.