Hobbs Car Accident Lawyer
If you or a loved one are the victims of a car accident, you may face vehicle repairs, doctor’s appointments, and time off of work. Insurance adjusters may call you to pressure you into settlements that do not cover your medical bills or property damages. Or, they may deny your claim altogether.
At The Fine Law Firm, our car accident attorneys will pursue the insurance companies on your behalf for the full and fair compensation you deserve. Our attorneys are:
- Experienced in handling personal injury claims involving car crashes, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents;
- Respected locally and nationally as leaders in our field; and
- Committed to fighting for the best interests of our clients.
Do not delay. Call The Fine Law Firm today and schedule a free car accident consultation. We will answer your questions and prepare a legal strategy just for you.
How Can a Hobbs Car Accident Attorney Help Me?
After getting medical care, a victim’s next call should be to a skilled Hobbs car accident attorney, like those at The Fine Law Firm. While there is no requirement that you hire an attorney to file your car accident claim, doing so can ensure you get maximum compensation for your injuries. Having a Hobbs car accident attorney on your side will also allow you to heal by taking the burden of proving your legal claim off of your shoulders.
At The Fine Law Firm, one of our car accident attorneys will do the following on your behalf:
- Collect any evidence;
- Identify all liable parties and insurance coverage;
- Handle all negotiations and correspondence with the insurance company(s);
- Document and assess the value of your medical and financial losses;
- Negotiate a fair settlement with the insurance provider(s) if possible;
- Take your claim to court if there is no settlement.
Your claim evaluation is risk-free. If The Fine Law Firm can help you, there are no upfront fees or any
money out-of-pocket. Contact us now to learn how we can help you.
Common Types of Car Accidents
There are several types of car accidents. Each with their causes and injuries. Some of the more common car accidents are:
- Rear-end collisions. This accident occurs when one car crashes into the car in front of it. Rear-end collisions may be the result of sudden deceleration by the first car or sudden acceleration of the second. Injuries to the passengers in the front vehicle are usually worse than the rear car;
- Side-impact collisions, or T-bone collisions. These happen when the side of one vehicle gets hit by the front or rear of another vehicle or a fixed object. Vehicle damage and occupant injury are more likely to be severe on the impacted side in this type of crash;
- Sideswipes. These collisions result from two parallel cars touching and swiping each other. If neither driver loses control, there is potential for only cosmetic damage;
- Rollover. A rollover accident is when a vehicle flips over onto its side or roof. Rollovers are more common in sport utility vehicles (SUVs) or car with a higher center of gravity;
- Head-on collisions. Head-on collisions are when the front ends of two vehicles collide. These accidents are often fatal;
- Single car accidents. Only one vehicle strikes another object or a person; and
- Multi-vehicle collisions, or pile-ups. These are potentially deadly and occur on highways and freeways. Vehicles in a pile-up may take multiple hits. Drivers and passengers are in constant danger in a pile-up.
Car Accident Injuries
Car accidents happen every day in the United States and result in minor to life-threatening injuries. There are two groups of car accident injuries, impact injuries and penetrating injuries. Impact injuries result from blunt blows to the body, and penetrating injuries generally occur due to shattered glass or loose metal.
The most common injuries sustained in car accidents are:
- Brain and head injuries, including concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI);
- Broken bones and fractures;
- Lacerations and bruises;
- Neck and back injuries, such as whiplash;
- Spinal injuries, including paralysis and herniated discs;
- Chest and abdominal injuries;
- Internal organ damage;
- Leg and knee injuries;
- Sprains and strains; and
- Psychological injuries, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Not all car accident injuries are outwardly visible. It is essential to see a physician for a thorough medical evaluation after an accident. Afterward, call the New Mexico car accident attorneys at The Fine Law Firm for a claim assessment.
One of our experienced New Mexico personal injury attorneys will evaluate your claim, review the evidence, and determine the type and amount of damages to pursue on your behalf. There are time limits to pursue a car accident claim in New Mexico, so call The Fine Law Firm today!