New Bedford Lawyer
ROB LEVINE, NEW BEDFORD LAWYER
HURT IN AN ACCIDENT? GET AN ATTORNEY
You don’t need to leave town to find a New Bedford personal injury attorney to fight for your rights after a serious accident. Rob Levine & Associates has two offices in Massachusetts. We strive to make sure our neighbors get the legal representation they need when another’s negligence causes them harm. We see plenty of cases where car accidents on I-195 or JFK Highway have caused serious injuries.
Don’t think you have to travel all the way up to a bigger city to get legal help – Rob has an office right in your own backyard! Call the New Bedford office today!
NEED A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY? WE’RE HERE TO HELP
Accidents and injuries happen all the time, and in many cases, they are the result of the negligence of another individual or company. Those who have been hurt as the result of an accident that was not their own fault should know that they have options in terms of being compensated for this huge inconvenience.
It is always a good idea to act swiftly in contacting a New Bedford personal injury lawyer. Act fast by simply reaching out to a lawyer and getting your claim started. Once an attorney has set into motion the claim process, injury victims are able to focus on the task of recovering physically.
GET THE RIGHT LAWYER FOR YOUR PERSONAL INJURY
Having a focused and dedicated personal injury lawyer on your side is essential to gaining a sizable financial recovery. This recovery is very important in helping injured individuals handle medical-related expenses and the ongoing possibility of lost wages. A New Bedford personal injury lawyer that routinely handles serious injuries such as brain damage, burns, and wrongful death can provide a level of peace of mind for clients that would otherwise not be possible.
A fair-yet-aggressive approach to negotiations is, in many instances, the best way to gain a just settlement. When personal injury accidents happen because of the mistakes or errors of another person, it is advisable to discuss the case with a personal injury attorney as soon as you’re able to. Waiting could result in losing your settlement altogether. Contact Rob Levine & Associates today.
Injury or accident case
- Dial 911 and report the accident. Let them know if there are any injuries and always request a rescue if you are injured.
- Never move your vehicle prior to the police arriving.
- If you are able to exit your vehicle, take pictures of the accident scene from a distance so that you can see all of the vehicles involved and all of the vehicles in one picture. Then take close-up pictures of each vehicle involved. Make sure to include the damage, license plate of the vehicle, and a picture of the driver.
- If there is a witness to the accident, ask them to wait for the police to arrive so they can give a statement. If they cannot wait, ask if you can take a picture of their identification and then include a picture of them holding their identification that you can read.
- Once the police arrive, make a statement as to how the accident occurred. Ensure that the police talk to the witness and takes their statement as well. If the witness left prior to the police arrival, show the police officer a picture of the witness and their identification, making sure that, on the police report, they are noted as a witness that had to leave before his arrival.
- If you are injured, never refuse medical treatment by rescue personnel. Be transported by rescue to the nearest hospital to get medical treatment.
- You and the other driver can agree to follow each other and meet at the police department to make a report.
- If you are not going to meet at the police department to make a report, you should exchange the following information to include a copy of their license, motor vehicle registration, insurance card, a picture of their license plate, and a picture of the other driver. Remember, you should have documented photos of the scene of the accident and damages to vehicles as well.
- Excessive driving hours causing the truck driver to be driving to the point of exhaustion.
- Unrealistic schedules resulting in the driver taking unnecessary risks and driving at unnecessary speeds.