Helping Motor Vehicle Victims Secure Fair Compensation
Motor vehicle collisions often occur in an instant, but their impact can potentially last for the rest of someone’s life. When people find themselves in a crash due to someone else’s negligence, they’ve got a lot to handle. There’s the insurance company to talk to, and perhaps another driver’s too. The stress related to an injury caused by the crash can be a large burden to bear. There’s also many occasions where victims do not realize they are injured right after a crash. With adrenaline, other vehicles and police on the scene, it is hard to take it all in. After a couple of days, the pain often starts to set in and it’s necessary to seek medical treatment.
Soll Law Speaks For Motor Vehicle Collision Victims
At Soll Law we speak for motor vehicle accident victims, many of whom sustained serious injuries, can no longer work and face exorbitant medical bills. We are thorough and aggressive in going after insurance companies and negligent parties whether they are other motorists, corporations or government entities. Adam Soll will personally guide you through the legal process in seeking fair and just compensation if you have been injured in a motor vehicle collision.
Types of Motor Vehicle Cases
Motor vehicle cases can involve:
- Drunk drivers
- Hazardous road conditions
- Road design defects
Negligent drivers exist. You can be as vigilant as possible, but still be the victim of a negligent driver. Vehicle collisions can cause serious injuries, including neck and back injuries, soft tissue injuries, fractures, traumatic brain injury, spinal injury, burns, amputations and wrongful death. This is when you need a skilled personal injury lawyer. Soll Law is committed to helping our clients. An experienced litigator, Adam Soll has more than 30 years of experience in personal injury law. He understands the difficulty you are going through.
As your personal injury lawyers, we represent you on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not have to pay us any legal fees unless and until you win your case. If we win, we are paid a percentage of your recovery as our fee. If you don’t win, you owe us no fees. Unless we agree otherwise, if you don’t win, you owe us no costs either.
Going to Trial
Most cases settle out-of-court; however, if the parties in a motor vehicle collision case cannot agree to an out-of-court settlement, the case will proceed to trial in a court of law. While this can be a lengthy process, Adam Soll will be with you the entire way through this process.
If you have any questions about a motor vehicle collision, CALL US for a free consultation.