If you have been sustained injuries because of a negligent driver, paying for auto accident damages yourself may not seem fair. Call our office today and we can help you bring the negligent party to justice, making sure that you recover the full compensation you’re eligible for.
Paying for Auto Accident Damages | Property Damage
If you have collision coverage on your own insurance policy, you can contact your provider and let them know about the accident. Most likely, your policy includes a deductible. That amount might determine whether you want to process your property damage claim through your own insurance company or not. For example, if you have a high deductible — say $500 to $1,000 — you may be discouraged from processing the damages through your own insurance policy. Download Our FREE Car Accident Guide
Paying for Auto Accident Damages | Filing a Claim Against the Other Driver
Another option you can pursue is filing a claim against the other driver’s insurance coverage. However, you will have to prove that they were at fault for the accident. The entire process involves a lot of time and negotiation, which is why you will need to hirer an experienced Buffalo car accident lawyer to make sure you receive a fair settlement. Were you involved in an auto accident and are concerned on who will fix your vehicle? Contact the experienced Buffalo personal injury attorneys at Chiacchia & Fleming, LLP for a free consultation. We treat your case and your injuries seriously and do everything in our power to bring you relief.