The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is affecting many aspects of our lives, and on-going insurance claims and litigation are no exception. Please know that the attorneys and staff at Montgomery|Steele are prepared for such circumstances; we built our business continuity plan to be ready for situations like this long before COVID-19.
Below are just a few of the ways that we will help you bring a claim even when you may be subject to quarantine or shelter order:
After you’ve been in an accident, it’s vital that you visit a medical expert—not just for your own health and wellbeing, but also so that all of your injuries can be documented for future insurance claims.
Skipping this crucial step—even if you feel fine—could cost you big in the future.
What Happens if I Don’t See a Doctor After a Crash?
As it turns out, refusing to see a doctor after your crash or injury is one of the biggest Read More
If you’ve been hurt in an accident, that doesn’t automatically give you the basis for a successful personal injury claim. To recover monetary compensation, you and your lawyers must first prove three things…
Three Basic Requirements for a Personal Injury Case
Those responsible for your accident behaved carelessly or negligently. For example, a driver who runs a red light and rear-ends your vehicle would be considered negligent because he ignored the traffic light.
The other person’s negligence caused your injury. Read More