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Being involved in a car accident is a traumatic experience, but being aware of your rights at this stressful time and having good legal representation is often the difference between receiving fair compensation for your injuries and not.  The steps you take after an accident will determined your ability to pursue a successful claim and the amount of compensation you are likely to recover.

I have prepared a 4-part mini series of publications addressing the things you need to know if you are involved in an auto accident.  These publications will teach you about: -

1.       The law concerning auto accident claims;

2.       Steps to should take after an accident;

3.     Whether you need at attorney; and

4.       Building a case and negotiating a settlement.

The publication summaries are designed to help educate people about how the compensation process works and what they can do to ensure they receive fair compensation for the injuries and losses they have suffered as a result of another driver's carelessness. The legislation in California and the practices of insurance companies contain several hurdles that injured parties need to overcome to successful recover compensation to which they are entitled.  I want to share with you the main obstacles victims face and the steps you can take to preserve your claim.

I will be publishing Part 1 - "What the law says" on my blog later today.  The remaining parts of the series will be published each week.

I hope you find these legal summaries helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you wish to discuss a claim for compensation or any other area of law that my law practice offers.

In my next blog I will focus on the federal and state legislation that affects auto accident claims - 'Auto Accident - Part I - What the law says'

Content prepared by Edmond McGill and Richard Parry.


This message and the information presented here do not create or evidence an attorney-client relationship nor are they intended to convey legal advice or counsel.  You should not act upon this information without seeking advice from a qualified lawyer licensed in your own state or country who actually represents you. In this regard, you may contact The McGill Law Office and then representation and advice may be given if, and only if, attorney Edmond McGill agrees to do so in a written contract signed by him.