Vehicle Accident Lawyers
Motor vehicle accidents can happen at any time, no matter how safe and prepared a driver is, and the results can be devastating. The Ministry of Transportation reported that in 2010, approximately 45,000 accidents resulted in fatality or personal injury. The economic consequences of an accident alone can be quite severe, particularly if your vehicle is damaged or destroyed, or if you are unable to work for a time. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, Girones Lawyers can help you on your way to both physical and financial recovery.
Types of Vehicle Accident Lawyers:
- Car Accident Lawyers
- Truck Accident Lawyers
- Snowmobile Accident Lawyers
- Boat Accident Lawyers
- ATV Accident Lawyers
- Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
In Ontario, you have two main options for recovering damages after a motor vehicle accident. No matter whose fault the accident was, everyone involved is eligible to apply for motor vehicle accident benefits through their insurance company. If you have been very seriously injured in the accident, and the accident was someone else’s fault, you may be able to sue that person for your damages.
No-fault accident benefits are available to everyone, even those who don’t have their own vehicle insurance, such as passengers or pedestrians. It is important that you contact your insurance company as soon as possible, as you must apply for accident benefits within 7 days of an accident. Girones Lawyers can assist you in applying for the accident benefits that you deserve and can provide you with legal advice and representation if the insurance company denies your benefits or terminates them before you are fully recovered.
How can you tell if you should sue another driver involved in the accident? It will depend on how badly you or others involved in the accident were injured. It will also depend on who was at fault for the accident. These issues are often quite complicated. Our experienced vehicle accident lawyers can help to determine your best interests and will ensure that your legal rights are preserved.