We are a victim's personal injury law firm. We represent injured people. We do not represent insurance companies or “Big Business.” Our motto is “Protecting the Rights of the Injured.” Being injured in an accident by the negligence of another can be devastating to you and your family. This unexpected event can be life changing with permanent injuries, mounting medical bills, loss of the ability to earn wages, becoming financially ruined, and even death. The Kessler Law Firm, PLLC is dedicated to helping you and your family, to the fullest extent of the law, get through these difficult times by dealing with the insurance companies and their lawyers directly in pursuit of maximizing your financial recovery. If you have been injured in an accident or if a loved one has died as a result of someone else’s negligence, give us a call and let us get to work for you.
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Kessler Law Firm FAQ
What do you need to do if you’ve been in a car accident?
If you have been injured in an automobile accident beware of the quick settlement offer from the insurance company, as the extent of your injuries may not be known for weeks or even months. The insurance company is in the money business – they typically try to get you to settle for as little as possible as quickly as possible by getting you to sign on the dotted line. If they are successful, and you later need surgery for your injuries, you may be out of luck. The simple act of the quick settlement offer when you don’t even know the extent of your injuries shows that the adjuster is not looking after your interests. Know your rights.
What are important things to remember after being in a car accident?
1.DO NOT give a statement to anyone by phone, in person or in writing and NEVER sign anything regarding the case without first consulting your lawyer.
2.Save all your doctor bills, prescription bills, insurance forms, and the like to give to your lawyer upon request.
3.Take photographs of your visible injuries and the damage to your vehicle.
4.Obtain and keep all repair records, receipts, estimates, and bills.
5.Obtain and provide a copy of all automobile insurance polices belonging to you and all family members in the household to your lawyer immediately.
What do auto injury claims take into consideration?
1.Automobile Insurance Polices
2.Liability Insurance Coverage
3.Excess Liability Insurance Coverage
4.Underinsured Motorist Coverage
5.Uninsured Motorist Coverage
6.Medical Payments Coverage
7.Health Insurance issues including ERISA
8.Property Damage Coverage
10.Loss of Use
11.Vehicle Repair Issues
12.GAP Insurance when “Upside Down”
13.Substitution of Collateral
14.Rental Car Issues
15.Short Term Disability
16.Workers’ Compensation if on the job.
17.First Party/Third Party Issues