Frequently Asked Questions About Car Accidents in Illinois
It is important to understand the legal process and how it pertains to cases involving auto accidents. The litigation and lawsuit process can be quite complicated and usually differs on a case-to-case basis. Please read on for additional information regarding Illinois car accident lawsuits or contact us for a free and confidential consultation.
Will I Be Compensated if I Am in An Auto Accident?
Not necessarily. While some people believe that they will be compensated if they are in an automobile accident no matter what the circumstances may be and regardless of the seriousness of their injuries, not all crashes warrant a lawsuit. Speaking with an attorney will help you with your auto accident lawsuit in Illinois since every case is different.
Will My Black Box Support My Case?
It may or may not. The important thing to understand is that the black box in your car is nothing like the black box on an airplane. The device is designed to record information concerning your speed, brakes, engine, and driver seatbelt. Ultimately, a skilled attorney and wise litigation strategies are your best support.
If A Police Officer Gives Me A Speeding Ticket and I Sign It, Have I Admitted Guilt?
No. By signing the ticket you have only acknowledged that you received a notice to appear in court. You have the right to contest the ticket in court.
Do I Even Need A Lawyer to Settle My Car Accident Lawsuit in Illinois?
You will most likely need a lawyer to help you with your lawsuit or you may not get the right compensation. On any level, the legal process can be very complex. A qualified lawyer can guide through the pitfalls.
I Need To Pay for Getting My Car Fixed and My Medical Bills. How Can I Hire A Lawyer?
Paying your bills becomes even more difficult if you are left disabled or injured after an accident. An adept litigation attorney does everything possible to ensure you win your Illinois automobile accident lawsuit and receive the compensation you need to get your life back on track.
Contact Sam C. Mitchell & Associates today, either through our convenient online form or call (618) 505-1660. Begin your road to recovery now. We offer free initial consultations and you pay us only if we succeed in getting you compensation.