Auto Accidents

In 1999, 606,000 people received minor injuries as a result of traffic accidents. In 1999, more than 73,000 people received moderate injuries. In that same year, more than 40,000 people received serious to critical injuries as a result of automobile accidents. Alcohol was involved in 38% of fatal accidents and it played a part in 7% of all reported traffic accidents whether someone was injured or killed, according to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

O.W.D Law Offices can make it easy for you if you’ve been injured in an accident. First of all, we can get you maximum results so you get all the money to which you are entitled. Second, we will explain to you in easy to understand terms, how the process works and what you can expect from your case. Third, we’ll treat you not only like a client but like a friend, with understanding and compassion.

Victims of auto accidents are usually overwhelmed by insurance forms, accident reports and medical bills. It’s stressful, not only painful, to be in an accident. We can relieve you of your stress and worry We can also provide you with good answers to any questions you may have regarding your case like: Who will fix my car? What about my lost wages? What doctor should I see? What money can I recover? When will I recover it?

You need an attorney who will be soft on you but tough on the Insurance company. Attorney representation is important in negotiations with the insurance company of the at-fault driver. Insurance companies generally try to settle claims before going to court in order to save on legal costs and avoid the much larger settlements usually awarded by a jury. Insurance companies are not on your side, but O.W.D Law Offices is on your side; and they will protect you and get you what you deserve.

One word of caution: DO NOT sign an insurance release, which might limit the liability incurred by an insurance company, without first consulting your attorney. DO NOT give a statement to an insurance company or an investigator until you have spoken with your attorney first.