Colorado Auto Accident Property Damage Claims
If you were injured in a car accident, chances are that your vehicle sustained some damage as well. Repairing or replacing your automobile after a Colorado car accident can be extraordinarily expensive and frustrating. Fortunately, damages are often covered by insurance.
If you need help filing the paperwork or getting fair compensation from insurance, the Colorado car accident lawyers at McDivitt Law Firm will be able to help. Contact us for a free consultation that will help you understand your legal rights and options.
Who is supposed to pay?
Who is responsible for your auto repair bills or for buying you a replacement vehicle often depends on who was responsible for your crash. If the other driver was at fault, his or her insurance should cover the cost of repairing or replacing your car.
Colorado drivers are required to carry liability insurance that will cover physical injury and property damage, so you should be able to make a claim and get fair compensation for your property.
If you were at fault
If you were the responsible party in your car accident, you might still be able to get some relief for your property damage from your own insurance carrier. If you have collision coverage, your insurance should pay for vehicle repair or replacement regardless of who was at fault.
If you were injured
While your car might seem like the most important thing after a Colorado car accident, it’s not. You are. Before you worry about getting the money you need to replace or repair your car, get the medical help you need.
Even if you don’t feel you were seriously hurt, see a doctor. Auto accident injuries can take time to be realized and when they do, they could come with big medical bills and other financial woes.
If your car was seriously damaged in a crash, you might have injuries you don’t notice right away. See a physician.
Get legal help
The Colorado car accident attorneys at McDivitt Law Firm are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Receive a free consultation that will help you understand your legal options for pursuing a property damage or personal injury claim after a crash.
If you are injured, call McDivitt Law Firm toll free at (877) 846-4878 or click here for a free initial consultation form
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