What Is The Best Thing To Do After An Auto Accident?

Contact An Attorney. Here's Why.

Many of us have been involved in some type of auto accident. It can be stressful and nerve-wracking — even simple fender benders.

But when the car accident causes you injury, you are no longer dealing with simple car repairs.

You probably have serious injuries that are likely to get worse in the days to follow. You're in pain and cannot work.

The best thing you can do after your auto collision is to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney in your area. An attorney can discuss the law and benefits you can obtain to help you get back on your feet. A lawyer can also help work with insurance companies often involved with the process.

Our Experience Handling Auto Accident Injury Claims

At Stinnett Law, we have assisted many injured parties throughout Creek County, Oklahoma, obtain compensation for their auto accident injuries. From neck and back injuries to broken bones to traumatic brain injuries, we have helped individuals recover for:

  • Present and future medical expenses
  • Lost wages, benefits and services
  • Property damage
  • Funeral costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of love and affection

Punitive Damages

We have also helped to obtain punitive compensation in certain circumstances. These types of damages are amounts meant to punish the defendant for intentional wrongful acts or gross negligence.

Leaving It All Up To Us

Dealing with insurance companies, health care providers and repair shops can turn your bad day into a nightmare.

A good lawyer helps smooth the process of filing your claim as well as communicating with all of the many parties involved, leaving you free to concentrate on healing and getting on with your life.

Let our attorneys at Stinnett Law in Sapulpa help you. We have experience working with insurance providers to get the highest possible settlement amount for you and your family.

Call 918-347-5041 today to set up an appointment.

If you seek medical attention for injuries related to your auto collision, keep all receipts and documentation and bring them to your appointment. This will help streamline the process of getting you approved for benefits.