By: Darrell Castle
You may see commercials on TV or hear radio ads while driving about car accident attorneys who can help you when you’re injured in a car accident.
What does that mean exactly? How do you know if you REALLY have a car accident case?
Let’s say Tom was driving down Poplar one day to grab lunch. As he drove through the intersection at White Station, another car ran a red light and slammed into his car. Tom suffered a broken shoulder and had to be taken to the ER. He also had to have surgery and recovery time, which cost him some lost wages — or lost vacation days — at work.
Should Tom be liable for all of these expenses? No, he shouldn’t. Because the accident wasn’t his fault! The person who was liable and his insurance company should be held responsible.
And hopefully Tom had my Car Accident Checklist in his car, which he could’ve download here on my website for free. This would tell him everything he needed to do at the scene of the accident.
That’s one example of a good car accident case, and they can come in many other shapes and sizes. The important thing to remember is there has to be an injury and it has to be someone else’s fault.
If this situation — or a similar one — happens to you, a car accident attorney can help you get that compensation you deserve. And if you aren’t sure whose fault the accident was, an attorney can investigate the case to figure it out. If it becomes necessary to pursue a lawsuit, a car accident lawyer Memphis, TN community members rely on from Darrell Castle & Associates can help.
Our Memphis Car Accident Attorneys Can Help
Our team of personal injury attorneys has handled car accident cases in the Mid-South for decades. You’re not just a case number here, but a REAL person with a REAL problem. We’re detailed, responsive and relentless. We want to get you your compensation.
That’s why our clients like us. That’s why we’ve received multiple Client Distinction Awards from Martindale-Hubbell for client satisfaction. You’re in good hands here.
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