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Monday, 31 January 2022

Should I Still Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer If I Caused The Car Accident?

 



To begin with, you should never acknowledge fault in a car accident. Even if you are positive that you caused the accident, there is no benefit—and maybe a lot of harm—in confessing it to a police officer on the scene, the other driver, or an insurance company, even your own.

In fact, you should say as little as possible to any of these individuals. You may be required to exchange insurance information and make a statement to law enforcement. If you do, make sure you stick to the facts. "I didn't notice the other driver," for example, could be construed as an admission of guilt. If you're unsure what to do or say, remember that you have the right to consult with a car accident lawyer at any time.

Based on the available evidence, your insurer will collaborate with the other driver's insurance to assess fault. Your claims about who caused the accident could be used against you again. You may believe you're at fault, but new information may emerge that proves the other motorist was at fault, in whole or in part. You should not make a statement to the insurance company right away, whether it is yours or someone else's. Allow some time to pass so you don't make a comment when your emotions are running high and you haven't had a chance to think about what happened.

You may be required to notify your insurance carrier of the accident within a specific length of time. Take your time. Allow the claim to run its course. With the passage of time, new information may become available that will assist you in your case. For example, you may have been speeding, but the other driver may have been texting while driving. You were to blame, but so were they.


In Texas, you are entitled to compensation for a car accident if you are not more than 50% at fault. That is, even if you are 50% or less at fault, you may be able to recover money to cover expenses such as medical costs and property damage.

Even if you are finally found to be at blame for the accident, you may still sustain serious injuries. In this case, payment will be made through your insurance company. Simply because a corporation is your insurance does not guarantee they are looking out for your best interests. Remember: the insurance company, whether yours or someone else's, is not your friend, no matter what they say about being "on your side," "like a nice neighbor," or "in good hands." Before speaking with the insurance company, you should speak with Jim Adler & Associates' Texas car accident lawyers.



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