Have you had a car wreck in Greenville? Do you need a lawyer after a car accident? Are insurance companies calling you? John D. Newkirk represents individuals in Greenville and around Upstate South Carolina who have been hurt in car accidents.
Do I need a lawyer after a car wreck?
If you have been injured in a car wreck, and the other driver is at fault, it is vitally important that you speak with an attorney before you speak to the insurance company. Insurance companies and the lawyers who work for them will try diligently to show that they don’t need to pay – so you need an aggressive, experienced lawyer to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
An experienced lawyer can also help uncover all the causes for an accident. Attorney John D. Newkirk and his team will do the research necessary to discover if and how the other driver was at fault (for example, was it drunk driving? Impaired driving? A reckless driver?), or if a vehicle malfunction is to blame. Whatever the cause, John D. Newkirk will work diligently to get you the compensation you deserve.
How can a lawyer help me?
Attorney John D. Newkirk’s primary goal is to maximize the settlement you may be entitled to as a result of your injuries. An experienced lawyer can help you deal with insurance agencies, third-parties, and law enforcement, and help get the most out of your compensation. Whether your case can be settled through negotiations with the insurance company or needs to go to court, John D. Newkirk will represent you throughout the process, ensuring that your voice is heard and working to earn you the compensation you deserve.
Insurance settlements can help you pay for your needs after a car wreck, including:
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, call an attorney before you speak with the insurance company. Attorney John D. Newkirk offers appointments in Greer or Greenville. Contact his office today for your initial consultation.
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