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Please fill out the form below, and we'll send your a Free Registration Holder and VIP Driver Card. As always, if you’ve been in a car accident, call Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers for a free and confidential consultation to discuss your rights at (617) 777-7777.

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Understanding Motor Vehicle Insurance and What to Do After a Car Crash

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Five Crucial Questions
Five Crucial Questions
Regarding Your Car Accident
  1. What Should I Do Immediately After a Car Accident?

    Ensure your safety and the safety of others at the scene. Call the authorities and seek medical attention right away.

    If it is safe, take photographs of the scene, including pictures of the vehicles, registrations, license plates, driver’s licenses, roadway signage, and any other helpful information.

    Call Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers at 617-777-7777.

  2. Who Pays My Medical Bills?

    In Massachusetts, Personal Injury Protection benefits are available through your insurance policy to help cover medical expenses and lost wages, sometimes up to $8,000.00.

  3. What Compensation Can I Expect?

    Depending on the severity and circumstances, you might be eligible for reimbursement of medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering from the at-fault driver’s insurance policy.

  4. How Long Do I Have to File a Claim?

    In Massachusetts, the statute of limitations for most automobile accident claims is three years.

  5. Should I Speak to the Other Driver's Insurance Company?

    Generally, you should not speak to the other driver’s insurance company before consulting with a personal injury attorney.

Top Questions To Ask your Massachusetts
Personal Injury Lawyer
  • How Long Have You Been Practicing Personal Injury?

    Ensure that your attorney has several years of experience with cases similar to yours.

  • How Much Does an Attorney Cost?

    In Massachusetts, personal injury attorneys typically represent you on a contingency fee basis, meaning they only get paid when and if your case resolves.

  • How Does the Attorney Communicate with Clients?

    Find out how often communication about your case will occur and what methods the lawyer uses. Regular contact ensures you and your attorney are always on the same page.

  • What Information Do You Need from Me?

    Find out which documents are needed to start your personal injury claim.

  • What's the Likely Outcome of My Case?

    While no attorney can guarantee results, they can often provide a general, informed perspective based on their experience and initial knowledge of your case.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • How Long Will My Case Take?

    The length of a case depends on several factors, including your medical treatment, the insurance company involved, how long it takes to obtain necessary documents, etc. Every case is unique, but we strive to resolve matters swiftly.

  • Can I Settle Without Going to Court?

    Most cases settle outside of court, but whether yours will depends on the specifics of your situation.

  • What If I Was Partially at Fault?

    Massachusetts follows a comparative negligence rule, which means you can not collect money for your accident if you are more at fault than the other driver. Consulting with an attorney will be essential to determine whether you are eligible for compensation.

  • Do I Need an Attorney If the Accident Was Minor?

    It's always a good idea to consult with a professional to understand your rights and potential claims, and Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers offers free consultations.

  • How Do I Collect Evidence for My Case?

    Photographs, witness statements, and official reports can be helpful in proving your case. We can guide you through the process.