Recovering compensation for your damaged or totaled vehicle after a car, truck or motorcycle accident is not technically part of a personal injury claim. Some personal injury law firms may not bother with their injured clients’ concerns over losing their automobiles in accidents, choosing instead to focus solely on the injuries or fatalities that resulted from the crashes. That is their right to decide to do business with their clients that way — but it does not take into account many people’s anxieties and concerns about their crashed cars or trucks after serious traffic accidents damage or destroy them.
And it is not the way we do business in our personal injury practice at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville. We complement our aggressive, well-documented advocacy on behalf of car accident victims with advice and assistance in pursuit of recovering the value of a crashed vehicle. Loss of a $25,000 car, truck or SUV is not a minor matter for most people. As is necessary, we hold other drivers whose negligence caused crashes responsible for our clients’ property damages, as well as for their bodily injuries.
What if your car was not worth that much? The loss of an older car may not amount to a large dollar loss, but the loss of transportation does, indeed, matter a great deal to most individuals and families. Even if you are the injured person and will not need to use your vehicle for several months or longer because of your injuries, other members of your family may need it to visit you in the hospital and/or to take care of household matters. This detail should not get lost in the shuffle as you work with a car accident lawyer to recover compensation for your injuries.
The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. helps our clients with many aspects of personal injury claims. Talk to one of our lawyers about how to collect full value for property damage to your car as well as how to get medical bills paid after a car accident.