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How Much Is Your Accident Case Worth?

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We often get asked this question . A competent attorney will not give you an answer until your condition resolves or until you are permanent and stationary.

There are many factors that come into play when making this determination. One key factor is Liability. Who is a fault. This may require hiring experts to help us with this determination. Such experts may include accident reconstruction experts, biomechanical engineers, human factor experts and others. We also employ an investigator when necessary.

Determining Liability will be a key to setting up your damage claim. An experienced personal injury attorney will be able to effectively evaluate all of the liability evidence in your case.

The second major factor in establishing the value of your claim is evaluating your damages. Several elements of your damage claim include:

– Pain and suffering

– Emotional distress

– Medical bills

– Loss of earnings

– Loss of earning potential

– How your injury has affected your enjoyment of life


The most important thing is for you to get the best medical care available. Once you have completed your medical treatment, we will be finally ready to evaluate the value of your case.

It is very important to ascertain the insurance available in your case. We will evaluate all relevant policies including automobile policies as well as commercial policies and homeowners policies. Sometimes, we can get this information voluntarily and sometimes we need to file a law suit to ascertain this information.

We will evaluate  the type of insurance as well as the policy limits. It is also very important that, before you give any statement to any insurance adjuster, you need to have a qualified attorney assist you in preparing for the statement. Our office will assist you in preparing for the statement and we will be present when the statement is given. Depending upon the situation, we may advise you not to give any statements.  We will assist at every step of the process.

All you need to do is get better and leave the legal hassles to us. Our office will help you get the compensation you deserve. We only handle personal injury cases and we have a wealth of experience handling all kinds of injury cases, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, premises liability cases, dog bite cases and many others.

There is no substitute for experience when looking for a personal injury attorney. We treat every client with respect and compassion. We know what it is like to go through painful injuries and we try to make the process as easy for you as possible.

Give us a call for a free consultation. Or go to attorneymeth.com/contact to set up an appointment. It would be our pleasure to assist you.

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Joe SalernoHow Much Is Your Accident Case Worth?
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What to Know About Proving Texting While Driving

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Accidents caused by texting have been increasing over the past several years, with 3,477 people killed in 2015 alone.  There are steps that can be taken to help reduce these issues, such as the use of smartphones that restrict texting while driving. If you are in an accident where the other driver was texting, and you believe the texting led to the accident, you will need to prove your case. Here are some key points you need to know about proving texting while driving and what to expect during the process.

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How New Smartphone Technology Can Reduce Distracted Driving

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Over the past few years, cell phones have been a major contributor to distracted driving accidents. It has been reported that 14% of distracted drivers named their cell phone as the cause of their accident. If you have been the victim of a car accident caused by a distracted driver, then you understand how important it is to encourage everyone on the road to stop looking at their phones.

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Ways to Prove You Were Not at Fault for Rear Ending Another Vehicle

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When a car accident occurs, the parties involved may experience injuries from the trauma of the collision. If you experienced injuries after rear-ending another vehicle but feel that the accident was not your fault, you can seek compensation for your injuries; however, you will have to prove that you were not at-fault for the accident. Here are some ways you can prove this if you rear-ended a vehicle.

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