A Pascagoula passenger vehicle accident lawyer from the Morris Bart law firm may be able to help if you suffered injuries in a traffic collision caused by another driver. We provide complimentary consultations for victims of Mississippi car accidents. You may be eligible to hold the driver who caused your collision responsible and seek a payout based on your accident damages.
To learn more about your case, call the Morris Bart law office in Pascagoula today by dialing (228) 207-5266. We have a team member available to speak with you and assess your case now.
Why You Should Consider Hiring a Lawyer to Help You
Our attorneys take immediate action to protect our clients’ rights. Our services include managing all communication about their collision, claim, and damages. We also begin to advocate for their interests immediately.
We represent our clients from the first day through resolution in their case, which could include an out-of-court settlement, a payout based on a court award, or other outcomes.
Call the Morris Bart law office in Pascagoula about your passenger vehicle crash today. We are available to review your accident today for free. We also answer questions about our services and how our team may be able to help you.
Proving Negligence in Your Case
If you were injured in a traffic accident, you could have a case against the other driver involved. Our team pursues damages for accident victims who suffered injuries because of another party’s negligence. This negligence includes violating traffic laws or driving carelessly if that action led to the accident, the victim’s injuries, and their financial losses.
By proving negligence with evidence to support your allegation, you may be able to recover compensation in your accident case through the insurance claims process. Like the victims hurt in other types of negligence accidents, traffic accident victims can take legal action to hold the at-fault party responsible for their injuries, expenses, losses, and pain and suffering damages.
The Morris Bart law firm represents passenger vehicle accident victims and can file insurance claims on their behalf.
For a free legal consultation with a Passenger Vehicle Accident lawyer serving Pascagoula, call 800-537-8185
Recovering Damages via the Insurance Claims Process
There is a specific process car accident victims in Jackson County must follow to seek and secure a financial recovery based on their damages. Building a strong case and following this process is central to recovering fair compensation.
However, knowing how to navigate this process on your own is not easy. You will need to take several steps to gather evidence that supports your claim, determine the at-fault parties, and identify their insurance coverage.
You will also need to document the damages you sustained due to the accident and assign a fair value to your case. Overlooking important damages during this process is common, and many victims underestimate how much their accident cost them.
Are You Prepared to Settle Your Claim on Your Own?
Before you can file your claim, you will need to prepare paperwork and documentation, including a strong enough argument that will convince the insurer of a fair settlement. Filing a car insurance claim generally triggers a series of settlement negotiations. If you are handling this process on your own, you would need to counter-offer their agreements and insist on a fair settlement.
Working with an attorney who is familiar with the claims process, proving accident cases, and negotiating car accident settlements could benefit you greatly by building a strong claim, reducing your stress, and allowing you to focus on your health.
Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Your Case
Most traffic accident cases do not need to go to court. Instead, successful cases usually end with an out-of-court settlement negotiated with the insurance company representing the at-fault driver. We work with the insurer to prove what a fair settlement agreement would entail and engage in talks to reach this agreement.
However, a few situations could require us to file a personal injury lawsuit in a Jackson County civil court. This includes accusations of contributory negligence or a refusal to provide a fair payout. Under Mississippi Code Annotated §15-1-49, there is a three-year deadline for filing most of these suits.
Speak with a Lawyer from Our Pascagoula Office for Free
The Morris Bart law firm represents collision victims, handling their insurance claims or filing civil lawsuits on their behalf to seek damages. We are a contingency fee firm. If you were hurt in an accident, we will discuss your case with you at no cost. Call the Morris Bart law office in Pascagoula today at (228) 207-5266.
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