The words “Personal Injury” are often used to describe when people have been in car accident/collision or when people have been hurt by someone else’s negligence. If you have been in a car collision or have been hurt on the job by someone who is not a co-employee then you may have a personal injury case. Often times people have a workers compensation cases and a personal injury case as a result of a single injury.
At Palace Law we have been representing injured people who have been involved in personal injury cases for over 20 years. We have represented people in cases worth over a million dollars and we’ve represented people with small cases. What is important to us is that justice is achieved in every case for every client.
This website includes information regarding personal injury cases, video explaining your rights your and remedies and personal injury tips. We are also available to talk with you at any time if you chose to email or call. I hope that you find this website helpful and that you spend some time looking through all of the resources and opportunities that we have worked so hard to make available to you. Thank you for taking time to learn about your rights and your remedies.
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Personal Injury Tips
At the Scene:
- 1. Call the Police
- 2. If you are able, get as much information as possible
- 3. Take a picture of the other driver’s license
- 4. Take a picture of the other driver’s license plate
- 5. Take a picture of the other driver’s insurance card
- 6. Take a picture of the other driver’s car damage
- 7. Take a picture of the other drivers and witnesses
- 8. Take a picture of all the cars involved
- 9. Take pictures of the scene
- 10. If you’re hurt get medical attention.
After You Leave the Scene:
- Call your insurance company and see what coverages are available to you.
- If you start to hurt get medical attention
- Don’t give a recorded statement to the other driver’s insurance company
- Call an attorney to answer your questions.
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