Car and Truck Accident Claims
Legally, we are not allowed to say we are the Best Car Accident Lawyers in Halifax, Nova Scotia. No one can. You will need to judge for yourself.
But before you call your insurance company or talk to an insurance adjuster, before you sign any forms and before you hire a lawyer for your Nova Scotia car accident claim do yourself a favour.
Take a few minutes to watch this video, order your free copy of Crash Course: The Consumer's Guide to Car Accident Claims in Nova Scotia or just give us a call to get some more information that may help you.
Do You Know the 5 Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Car Accident Claim?(The Insurance Company adjuster sure isn't going to tell you.)Minor Injury Claims in Nova Scotia
Click here to get a copy of Crash Course: The Consumer's Guide to Car Accident Claims in Nova Scotia
The insurance company may say that you have only suffered a “minor” injury. What does that mean? Are they really telling you everything you need to know to protect your rights?
Before you hire a lawyer, before you talk to the insurance company make sure you know what your rights are.
Find out what kind of compensation and insurance benefits you are REALLY entitled to by reading Crash Course: The Consumer's Guide to Car Accident Claims in Nova Scotia.
Click here to get a free copy of the book or call (888) 510-3577 any time day or night to get the facts about nova scotia car accident claims.
- Should I sign the forms sent to me?
- What cases don't need a lawyer?
- Should I give a statement to anyone?
- How do I find a car accident lawyer?
- What do I have to prove to win my case?
- Is a quick settlement a good idea?
Get a "crash course" in Nova Scotia car accident claims by reading Crash Course: The Consumer's Guide to Car Accident Claims!
Click here to get a free copy of the book or call (888) 510-3577 24 hours a day or call our office directly at 1-902-423-2050. (Sorry, the book is not available to insurance company employees.)
If you have been in a car or truck accident and the other driver was at fault, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, the damages to your car, and other out of pocket expenses, such as lost wages.You May Not Need a Lawyer!
Most lawyers won't tell you this. But if you have been in a minor car accident where the fault is clear, no one was injured and no significant property damage was done, you may be able to handle all of the legal issues without having to hire a lawyer.
But you need to know if your claim is one you can handle yourself or one where you are better off hiring a lawyer. You can read Crash Course:The Consumer's Guide to Car Accident Claims in Nova Scotia to find out if you need a car accident lawyer to help you.Talk to a Car Accident Lawyer in Nova Scotia to be Sure
There are almost always legal issues to deal with after any car accident. The issues may be as simple as filing an accident report with the police or notifying your insurance company of the collision.On the other hand, some accidents can result in complex and time consuming litigation that takes years to resolve.
If your car or truck accident has resulted in significant property damage, serious medical injuries, difficulties regarding insurance coverage, or questions about liability (who is a fault) then you will almost certainly need to consult with a car accident lawyer in order to obtain advice about how to protect your legal rights.
You should begin the process of looking for a qualified car accident lawyer in Nova Scotia immediately."Can I File a Compensation Claim?"
Get the facts about car and truck accident claims! Click here to receive a free copy of Crash Course: The Consumer's Guide to Car Accident Claims in Nova Scotia.
Find out why most Nova Scotia car accident victims don't receive fair compensation by calling (888) 510-3577 24 hours a day or call our office directly at 1-902-423-2050.
More Important Information About Car Accident Claims
- Car and Truck Crashes: What to do after an accident
- Car Accident Claims in Nova Scotia: Steps in a Typical Car Collision Claim
- Nova Scotia's New Minor Injury Compensation Law: (2010 to date)
- The Deadly Consequences of Distracted Driving (and what you can do to help)
- I Have Been in a Car Accident in Nova Scotia, What Should I Do?
- Petition to Lower Speed Limit on Spring Garden