Each year, there are millions of motor vehicle accidents involving cars, motorcycles, trucks, bikes and pedestrians. In the United States, motor vehicle accidents account for countless hours of lost wages and billions of dollars in medical bills.

Have you been involved in a motor vehicle accident? You have legal rights that must be protected, including the right to seek full and fair compensation. Regardless of the severity of the accident, protecting your rights can be a complicated process. It is essential that you hire an experienced attorney who can assist you with completing paperwork, communicating with law enforcement officers and handling inquiries from insurance companies so that you can focus on your recovery.

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Before you provide a statement to the other driver's insurance company representative, you should consult a lawyer about your case. Here are a few things you should know about speaking with an insurance company after you have been involved in an accident:

  • Insurance claims adjusters can use the information that you provide to them against you.
  • Your telephone conversation with the insurance company will be recorded and reviewed.
  • The information that you provide can be used to deny your claim.

When you are suffering from personal injuries from a motor vehicle accident, it can be a frightening time. It is understandable that you may be confused about the appropriate actions to take after an accident. That is the reason you should consult with an attorney in Lynchburg.

Have You Been In A Motor Vehicle Accident In Virginia? Get A Free Consultation.

At Hugh J. M. Jones, III, P.C., we have worked to protect the rights of the people in our area for many years. We have a thorough understanding of personal injury law.

If you have been injured in an accident involving another car or truck, we invite you to contact us to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney. To schedule your free consultation, call our office at 434-333-7051. We are available to listen to you and provide sound legal guidance about your case so that you can focus on your recovery.