After an accident, your injuries could be profound, but you may be able to take action to pursue a recovery. Filing a car accident claim could help you seek financial compensation for all the losses you suffered. You could also hold the responsible party accountable for causing your accident.
A Plano car accident lawyer can help you with every part of your case. We can take over the job of proving a car accident claim while you work on getting well after an accident. Loncar Lyon Jenkins offers free claim reviews to those who reach out, so do not hesitate to call a team member at (800) 777-7777.
Evidence You Can Use in Your Plano Car Accident
One of the first questions the car accident claims process seeks to answer is who is liable for your accident and losses. We begin by looking at every aspect of your case, searching for clues about what happened and who is responsible. Some car accident cases involve a more straightforward determination of liability.
However, filing any personal injury claim or lawsuit will require evidence to prove fault, prove your losses, and prove the seriousness of your injuries. Some types of evidence that could be helpful with proving a car accident case include:
- Police reports or accident reports
- Witness statements
- Physical evidence
- Photo evidence
- Video footage of the accident or scene
- Expert testimony
- Medical evidence
Your lawyer can use these or other forms of evidence to prove fault in your case. For instance, if you suspect your car accident was caused by a drunk driver, your lawyer will collect evidence that the driver was intoxicated at the time of the offense. Such evidence may include a blood alcohol concentration report, police report, photos of alcohol containers in the vehicle, or an admission from the driver.
All Practice Areas we serve in Plano
- Whiplash Injury
- Left-Turn Accidents
- Uber and Lyft Rideshare Accidents
- Defective Design or Manufacture of Vehicles or Vehicle Components Accidents
- Texting While Driving Accidents
- Street Racing Accidents
- Manufacturer Defect Accidents
- Deadly and Defective Vehicle Accidents
- Tailgating Accidents
- Improper Turns Accidents
- High Winds Accidents
- Improper Lane Changes Accidents
- Tire Blowout Accidents
- Loose Objects Accidents
- Driver Fatigue Accidents
- Unsafe Lane Change Accidents
- Taxicab Accidents
- Exceeding Posted Speed Limits Accidents
- Elder Driver Accidents
- Failure to Heed Changing Weather or Road Condition Accidents
- Failure to Obey Traffic Signals Accidents
- Running a Stop Signal Accidents
- Wrong Way Accidents
- Passenger Vehicle Accidents
For a free legal consultation with a car accidents lawyer serving Plano, call 800-777-7777
Liable Parties You Can Sue
Liable parties of car accidents in Plano could include reckless drivers, distracted drivers, drunk drivers, commercial drivers, or others. Entities other than drivers may also be responsible, including construction companies, manufacturing companies, and more. Sometimes, more than one negligent party could be liable for a car accident.
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Compensation for Car Accident Damages
Once liability has been determined, a Plano car accident lawyer at our firm can help you figure out how much money you can seek for your accident. You could be compensated for monetary losses associated with your accident as well as non-monetary losses. For example, you could seek compensation for your vehicle’s damage as well as for the mental trauma you experienced.
You could recoup the costs of the physical pain you have felt and the medical bills you are being forced to pay. Tell us about your accident, about all the losses you suffered, and about your goals for compensation. We can help you figure out what is fair compensation for your accident and fight for your rights.
We can deal with insurance companies on your behalf, so you will not have to handle settlement negotiations on top of dealing with your injuries. Some potentially compensable losses you may be able to seek after a car accident include:
- Pain and suffering
- Lost wages
- Loss of ability to earn a living
- Medical expenses
- Property damage
- Mental anguish
- Mental health treatment
- Physical therapy
- Cost of transportation
- Permanent injury
- Lost life enjoyment
Statute of Limitations
Many car accident cases may settle without having to go to trial. However, in the event that you need to exercise your right to take your case to court, you should know that you have just two years after the accident to begin the process of filing a lawsuit. This statute of limitations is described in Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code §16.003.
A lawyer can tell you about any other deadlines that may apply to your case.
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A Plano car accident lawyer can guide you through every step as you seek fair compensation. We can investigate your car accident, gather evidence, handle legal paperwork, deal with insurance negotiations, provide legal advice, and litigate your case (if necessary). For more information about bringing a personal injury claim for a car accident, reach out to Loncar Lyon Jenkins at (800) 777-7777 for a free case review.