More Frequently Asked Questions On Auto Accident Injuries
At McDonald at Law in Lancaster, we have over 34 years of experience in personal injury representation. We understand the grave toll an auto accident can have on the injured. Our team is prepared to stand alongside you throughout your claims process.
We often hear the following questions related to motor vehicle accident injuries.
What if I was partially at fault for my accident?
Pennsylvania is a no-fault insurance state. This means that even if you are partially at fault, you will still have the ability to file a claim with your own insurance company for benefits on your policy. Partial fault does not, however, exclude you from also collecting compensation from another motorist’s insurer or from filing a lawsuit.
When should I file a lawsuit?
You and your lawyer will likely pursue the lawsuit route when all parties cannot agree on a settlement amount or when insurers’ damage recovery amounts do not make up for your personal and financial losses.
What are the usual causes of car accidents?
The most common causes for motor vehicle accidents are:
- Drunk driving
- Reckless driving or excessive speeding
- Distracted driving
- Failure to stop
There are, of course, numerous other causes. But these are at the root of most car accidents.
What will my compensation cover?
Compensation for your auto accident injury will cover medical expenses and other bills affected by your injury. It will also cover future lost wages, pain and suffering, humiliation, embarrassment, disability, disfigurement and more.
Why do I need a lawyer for my injury claim?
A knowledgeable and experience attorney will understand how the insurance claims process works and can stand up for you when necessary. For example, Michael P. McDonald is a Board Certified Expert by the National Board of Trial Advocacy who exclusively represents accident victims. At McDonald at Law, we work with a network of experts and have the resources to help people who were injured in car accidents get the full compensation that they deserve. By having Michael P. McDonald by your side from the start of your claim, you will ensure an efficient and comprehensive damage recovery.
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To learn more about how McDonald at Law can help your case, please schedule a free consultation. Michael P. McDonald is the only Nationally Board Certified Expert certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Lancaster County exclusively representing accident victims and is one of only 3% of all attorneys in Pennsylvania to be board certified. You can call our Lancaster office now at 717-431-3106 or use our online contact form.