I HAVE A CASE?
Welcome to 4LAWSUPPORT.COM "Do
I have a Case?" submission form.
Use this form to explain the facts of your accident.
How do I know if I have a case?
The investigating officer may have ticketed one of the parties at the
accident site. This is generally an indication that a particular law
was broken, but does not necessarily establish who caused the accident.
Sometimes the police report will reveal which driver, in the investigator's
opinion, should be held responsible for the accident.
To have a personal injury case, not only must you be able
to show that you have been injured, you must also be able to show the
extent of your injury. In some cases, it may be necessary for you to
show that the other party is more at fault for the injury than you are.
Determining fault is important because this will generally place either
your insurance company or the adverse insurance company in a position
that requires them to cover the losses.
Please complete the following questions so that we know
how to best respond to your inquiry. Keep in mind, the more information
you provide, the easier it will be for us to make a determination as
to the viability of your claim. Regardless of who caused the accident,
you may be able to recoup at least your property damage, lost wages
and medical expenses, depending on the insurance coverage available.
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