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Nashville Car Accident Attorneys

Accident Victims Maximize their Compensation

While some victims are fortunate enough to walk away from auto accidents without a scratch, others are left with debilitating injuries. The effects of a car crash may result in hospitalization or rehabilitation for a serious injury that leaves you out of work for a prolonged period of time. Subsequent financial difficulties should not be something you worry about alone.

Serving car accident victims and their families throughout the Nashville area, the Nashville car accident lawyers at Cole Law Group are here to help you get the compensation you deserve from either the insurance companies or from those whose negligent acts resulted in your pain and suffering. Most cases can be resolved successfully without having to litigate. However, if you must go to trial, we will be your zealous advocates.

Our legal team will do extensive preparation with attention to detail as we create a personal injury claim on your behalf.

There are numerous factors that can affect the amount of financial restitution you will receive after an auto accident:

  • The insurance policy of the other driver (For example, an accident involving a commercial truck could entitle you to more compensation)
  • Content in the police report
  • Photographs taken at the scene of the accident
  • Statements you or the other driver made after the accident
  • Pre-existing injuries that may have been exacerbated by the accident
  • How quickly you sought medical attention following the accident
  • Any citations related to the accident (DUIs, driving without a license, etc.)
  • Your car insurance policy

Building a solid automobile accident claim starts as soon as the incident has occurred. After your accident, be sure to take notes at the scene, collect any witness information that is available to you, and document injuries. Also, make sure you know the limitations of your car insurance policy. What you consider just a minor rear-end collision could be much worse upon further investigation.

Let Cole Law Group Help You Get the Compensation You Deserve.

We will navigate the complicated legal system so that you can focus on making a full and rapid recovery.

To learn more about how our car accident lawyers in Nashville can help call our office today at (615) 492-2009.

What To Do After A Car Accident

The aftermath of a serious car or truck accident is a confusing time. There are important steps that you can take immediately after your car accident to help provide our lawyers with crucial information. Therefore, if you or any of your passengers suffer injuries, it is important to keep the following steps in mind. Remember, the process of building a successful claim for compensation begins with you.
  • 1. Ensure That You Are Safe And Then Call The Police
    If you are having trouble moving because of an injury or you do not feel it is safe to exit your car (for example, you are in a crash on an interstate highway), stay where you are. Call the police and wait for them to arrive.
  • 2. Give A Statement To The Police
    Tell the police all details relating to the accident. It is important to have an official account of the accident in case the other party attempts to change his or her story.
  • 3. Contact Your Insurance Company
    It will be important for you to report the accident to your own insurance provider so they have a record of the accident and can get the insurance information of the other party.
  • 4. Take Notes And Photos If You Can
    Write down anything that you remember about the accident before your immediate memory fades. Additionally, take note of any witnesses and get their names and contact information if you can. If you have a camera on your cellphone, take pictures of any damage to the vehicles, skid marks, causative weather conditions or physical injuries.
  • 5. Seek Medical Attention
    Get examined by the on-site EMT if there is one. If there isn't, you should speak to a doctor as soon as possible. Make sure you report any pain or emotional distress. Just because you don't think symptoms are related to your accident doesn't mean that they are not. By having documented medical evidence, it will be easier to discern whether or not there is a link between the accident and your injuries.
  • 6. Talk To Cole Law Group Today

    Our lawyers will work quickly to evaluate the evidence and crash reports to help you determine the best way to proceed. Additionally, we will handle ongoing interactions with the insurance companies.

    Cole Law Group attorneys work as a team to ensure you benefit from our collective wisdom and litigation experience. We will also work closely with you to keep you informed and an active participant in achieving a positive outcome and maximizing the compensation you receive.

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