Building Your Case

If someone failed to follow these laws and caused a collision, you may be owed compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, vehicle damage, and loss of wages if you can’t work while recovering. With the assistance of a personal injury attorney versed in state traffic laws, you can prove the at-fault party bears responsibility for your injuries. Here’s what you need to do after a negligent driver failed to yield: 

  • Document the damage to both vehicles and the scene of the crash with photographs.
  • Exchange insurance information with the at-fault driver.
  • Gather contact info for any eyewitnesses who can describe what they saw.
  • See a doctor as soon as possible to document your injuries and show they were caused by the accident.
  • Work with a personal injury attorney who can negotiate with insurance on your behalf or take the case to court if necessary.
Kevin W. Mottley
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Richmond, VA trial lawyer dedicated to handling brain injuries, car accidents and other serious injury claims
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