Being involved in a car wreck can start a chain reaction that impacts your family, social life and career. When you are facing this possibility, you have to consider all of your options. One thing that you can do is to seek compensation from the person who slammed into you. This is done through the civil court system and must be filed within a certain amount of time after the crash.

There are many reasons why you might file for compensation. While most people think these cases are just about the money, there is often another reason why people opt to do this – holding the driver accountable. Being able to have the person held financially liable for the damages is important, but sometimes, the money isn’t a driving factor at all.

We know that many victims are just ready to move on with life. Sometimes, they choose to pursue a settlement, which can often resolve the case faster than if they go through a trial. The downside to this is that the defendant might not have to accept any responsibility for the incident. This point alone might be a deal-breaker for some individuals. If you are offered a settlement, you should carefully consider what it means to you.

We realize that you have a lot to think about right now. We are here to help you learn about what choices you have to work toward the resolution you desire. Ultimately, we want you to receive the compensation and vindication you deserve. Your rights and wishes must remain at the heart of the case, and we will work to ensure that happens.