Things to Know About Car Accident Claims in California
Our San Jose office can assist you in the process of applying for state disability benefits. If your insurance policy has “under-insured motorists” coverage, you may be eligible to recover from your own insurance policy. This will not affect your coverage rates. If you drive uninsured and are involved in a vehicle accident, California Proposition 213, prevents you from receiving pain and suffering damages; however, you may be entitled to compensation of medical bills and wage loss. Our professional car accident attorney in California can help uncover the cause of your accident. We will gather necessary evidence including witness testimony to make your case as strong as possible. Hiring an experienced car accident attorney to represent you after a car collision determines the success of your lawsuit.
Talk to a Car Accident Attorney in California Today
A car accident attorney from the Law Office of Bruce C. Funk can help you recover permanent loss of income, lost wages due to missed work, past/future medical bills or treatment, and pain and suffering. Our car accident attorney understands all statute of limitations associated with California car accidents. Injured victims have just two years from the date they were injured in the accident to file a personal injury lawyer. To schedule an important no-cost legal consultation with our professional car accident lawyer today, call us today at 408-280-6488.
San Jose Car Accident Attorney Information
We make sure the accident is thoroughly investigated, that your medical bills are submitted to the proper parties and that your insurance company is held accountable for its portion of your bills. When fault is an issue, we are able to interpret the motor vehicle laws and jury instructions for your car collision. We routinely utilize experts to reconstruct accidents.
Frequently Asked Questions About Auto Accidents
What happens if I am disabled from working because of an accident?
Our office will help you in processing your application for state disability benefits.
What if someone injures me in a car accident and that person has minimum liability coverage?
If your insurance policy has “under-insured motorists” coverage, you may be eligible to recover from your own insurance policy. This will not affect your coverage rates.
What if someone hits me, but they do not have any insurance?
If your insurance policy has “uninsured motorists” coverage, you may make a claim under this portion of your policy and it will not affect your coverage rates.
What if I am injured while I am driving, but I do not have automobile insurance?
Your claim may fall under California Proposition 213. You are entitled to receive compensation for your medical bills and wage loss. You are not entitled to receive compensation for pain and suffering.
What if I have “soft tissue” injuries, such as neck and back pain?
These injuries may be just as disabling as more serious injuries. This office has the ability to obtain compensation for soft tissue injuries