Factors to Consider When Hiring a Car or Auto Accident Attorney




This article will provide information on many of the issues, technicalities, circumstances, causes, and legal situations surrounding car accidents, truck accidents, and other automobile accidents. The information is provided as a general overview only; for specific questions or concerns you should always consult with an experienced car accident lawyer or truck accident lawyer.  At Kane | Varghese, a board- certified car accident or truck accident attorney | lawyer is on standby 24 | 7 to answer any questions you have. 




Basic Facts About Automobile and Car Accidents From the NHTSA



In a recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (2005, NHTSA), there were 6,087,000 cars that were in accidents, just in 2005. Car accidents represent one of the leading causes of accidental/unnecessary deaths, and are also one of the leading sources of personal injury claims nationwide. Fatalities from those car accidents took the lives of approximately 18,440 people, and a further 1,573,000 people experienced other harm or personal injury.


Cars themselves do represent the majority of motor vehicle accidents. The NHTSA report in 2005 indicates that of all motor vehicle accidents, cars comprised 56.1 percent of those crashes.


When it comes to the legal issues related to automobile and car accidents, fault and liability must be established before any consideration can be given to claims or lawsuits. Many of these automobile and car accidents occur, because one or all drivers involved were negligent in some manner. When one of the parties is shown to be negligent, and this causes a car crash that leads to death, personal injury, or property damage as a result of that negligent behavior, then it is very likely that some form of insurance claim or personal injury/property damage lawsuit will be the result.


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Factors Contributing to Car Accidents




There are many factors that can contribute to car accidents, and in many cases they occur because of some for of negligence. Some of the most common factors that cause car accidents are:


•  Distracted Driving/Driver Error: Driver error covers many different factors, and can include Distracted Driving (such as use of a hand-held cell phone, or texting while driving, putting on makeup, or eating and drinking). Distracted drivers are responsible for approximately 4 out of 5 accidents according to the NHTSA data. A further study by Virginia Tech University in 2006 proved this point further, showing that Distracted Driving of some form was responsible for 80 percent of accidents because of some form of distraction, fatigue, or other driver error (even such as looking away from the road while driving!) Driver Error will not always lead to a traffic law citation, but some States are making laws that will outlaw some types of distractions, such as texting while driving or speaking on a hand-held device while driving.

•  Traffic Law Violations: A traffic law violation can easily contribute to the many factors that can cause an automobile accident. Such violations commonly include tailgating, aggressive driving, or even speeding. All of these violations occur because the driver knowingly violates the State laws that are in place to protect our safety; if there is a traffic citation that is issued at the scene of the car accident, then any claims regarding liability are strengthened.

•  Equipment Failure: Mechanical or equipment failure can occur at any stage of operating a vehicle and for a wide variety of reasons. Liability for equipment failure can be the driver's responsibility, or the owner, or the mechanic or repair shop responsible for repairing a faulty part, or the company that designed potentially flawed equipment. In fact, many of the most widely publicized car accident cases involve design flaws, and the manufacturer becomes involved in large-scale class action lawsuits and large settlements paid to multiple parties. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident and suspect that faulty design or equipment failure might be part of the reason for the accident, it is advised to retain possession of the vehicle and any parts, as they can be used as evidence if there is a trial later.

•  Road Design or Road Conditions: If there is fault in road design or road conditions that lead up to an accident, it can sometimes be the fault of a government entity or a State entity that is responsible for the design or upkeep/maintenance of the road. For example, there might be a pothole that has existed on a State-maintained road for a very long time. The State is responsible for fixing and maintaining this road, and they could potentially be held liable for any accidents that occur as a result of their negligence to fix this issue. The government or State entity might also be responsible for Road Design, and could be held liable (for example) if a poorly-designed intersection is found to be the likely cause of a crash.




What The Law Says About Car Accidents




Car accidents occur when a car (such as a station wagon, convertible, or sedan) is involved in a single or multiple collisions with one or more other vehicle(s).  Car accidents can cause harm, personal injury, property damage, or death. There can be a wide variety of damages involved, whether they are personal injury-related (minor, or major such as a traumatic brain injury), or actual property damage. In most cases (4 out of 5), the crashes involved collision with another motorized vehicle, with the remainder of the crashes occurring with non-motorized (stationary) objects (2005, NHTSA). Like most automobile crashes, the majority of these crashes have some form of negligence that caused the crash; most of these would also end up with a traffic law violation as well.


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Statute of Limitations in Car Accident Cases




After the car crash or accident, it is important to realize that you will only have a limited period of time in order to file a personal injury lawsuit. This time frame is the “Statute of Limitations” and the actual time limit varies by state; for personal injury lawsuits this usually means filing suit no later than 2 years from the date of the occurrence.


There are other considerations as well, depending on if the suit is filed against a government or state entity. If the suit is filed against a government entity, this statute of limitations for a personal injury lawsuit will be two years from the date of the incident. If the personal injury lawsuit is filed against a State entity, then the statute of limitations is limited further, depending on the State.


It is also important to be aware that in order to consider filing against any government entity, you must have first filed a claim, and have had that claim denied.


The calculation of the statute of limitations vary from state to state and can be a complex process that depends on a multitude of factors.   Do not assume anything.  Always check with a lawyer in your state about your car accident statute of limitations. 




The Role that "Negligence" Plays in Car Accident Cases




Negligence in car accident cases refers to the need to prove that one or more parties were responsible for the crash, because they failed to act in a reasonably responsible or careful manner. In order to receive compensation by the insurance company for an insurance claim, or to be awarded damages in a personal injury lawsuit or other claim from the court, then the claimant must prove negligence. This means that one must be proven that:


•  The car accident was caused through someone's carelessness or negligent actions

•  The car accident caused harm or property damage

•  The party responsible for causing the accident is liable and should pay compensation for the harm and damages done.


There is also “comparative negligence” which means that liability can be distributed between several parties if there is more than a single person or party responsible for causing the accident. In these situations, the liability can be distributed according to the percentage-of-fault between the negligent persons or parties.




Kinds of damages Compensable in Car Accident Cases




Compensation in a car accident claim or lawsuit will cover many different areas of damages involved in the accident. This means that the liable party is responsible for paying property repairs, lost income due to the accident, medical expenses (including physical as well as psychological pain), and potentially any lost prospects or opportunities that occurred as a result of the car accident.


Some States do have “no-fault” laws that can affect settlements in those States. No-Fault laws prevent lawsuits and personal injury claims in the event of a “trivial” accident. No-Fault laws do help to guarantee a faster insurance payment for items that are covered (such as medical expenses or lost wages), there can be a wide variety of expenses that are not covered. If you feel that you have not been compensated fully for your losses in a “no-fault” state, then a personal injury attorney can still help you by determining if you might be eligible for additional compensation.


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Being in a car or truck accident can be one of the most traumatic life events.  In addition to having property damage, you may suffer from serious injuries, lost wages, emotional distress, physical pain and overwhelming medical bills.    You will also discover that dealing with your insurance claim and adjusters is difficult and stressful.  Following are some simple strategies that can help in successfully resolving your claim and reduce your stress level after the accident.   


1.  CALL THE POLICE AND GET A POLICE REPORT.  If you have been injured in the accident, it is important to call 911.  When the police officer arrives on the scene of the accident, insist that a police report be filed.  If there is a police investigation and a report regarding the cause of the accident, it is more difficult for someone to try to change the story later to their advantage.  Additionally, report any injuries you have, no matter how minor it may seem, to the police officer.  


2.  TAKE PHOTOS AND VIDEO.   As the old cliché says, a picture can be more powerful than a thousand words to someone that is reviewing the accident.  Whether it is an adjuster, a juror or a judge, pictures and videos from the accident will clearly tell the story of how the accident happened and the force of the impact.  You should not have your car repaired until you obtain pictures of any damages.  


It is also important to take pictures and videos of any injuries you sustain, including any bruises, cuts, hospital stay, and treatments.  Memories fade and witnesses may change their stories.  By taking photos and videos of the scene of the accident, the damage to vehicles involved and injuries you sustained, you preserve crucial evidence in the event you decide to pursue a claim against the party that is at fault. 


3.  WRITE DOWN THE CONTACT INFORMATION OF ALL PARTIES AND WITNESSES.  Remember to write down the name, driver’s license number, license plate number, and insurance information of all drivers involved in the accident.  Also, if there are any witnesses to the accident, be sure to write down their names and phone numbers.  Insurance adjusters and attorneys may want to interview these witnesses to determine if their version of the accident matches that of yours.  


4.  GET TREATMENT IMMEDIATELY.  If you are injured, it is important to seek medical care and treatment immediately.  If you wait to be treated, it will be harder to prove that your injuries resulted from the accident.  Visit the nearest hospital emergency room so that your injuries can be properly diagnosed and treated.  You should also notify any medical providers you visit that the injuries resulted from the accident.  


5.  DO NOT GIVE A RECORDED STATEMENT WITHOUT CONSULTING AN ATTORNEY.  The insurance adjuster for the opposing party is likely to call you to obtain a recorded statement soon after the accident.  They will want your statement regarding the accident and the injuries.  We recommend that you not provide a recorded statement if you intend to retain an attorney.  Recorded statements should only be given after you consult with a personal injury attorney.  Additionally, do not discuss any of your injuries with the adjuster before speaking to an attorney.  You may forget to provide crucial details which can negatively impact your claim.  


6.  DO NOT SETTLE YOUR INJURY CLAIM.  If the opposing party’s insurance carrier accepts liability, the adjuster may pressure you towards a quick settlement.  Do not take the bait.  Quick settlements could mean that you will not be compensated for any future treatments or lost wages.  Such settlements are generally intended to save money for the insurance company.  Contact an attorney before negotiating settlement or signing any Releases prepared by the opposing party’s insurance carrier in relation to your injuries.    


7.  CONTINUE TREATMENT UNTIL YOU ARE RELEASED BY A PHYSICIAN.   Often, people do not develop pain from an accident for days or weeks after the accident.  It is important to continue to be treated by a medical provider if you are injured until the physician releases you from care.  Additionally, you should not miss any scheduled days of treatment and should always follow through on the medical provider’s recommendations.    


Always insure that upon starting medical treatment that you keep up all appointments scheduled by your treating physician or medical provider.  Failure to keep up with your appointments can devalue your case because the insurance company will argue that your injuries had resolved as evidenced by your failure to go see your health care provider as scheduled.  It is also possible that your healthcare provider, or doctor, will document that you have missed scheduled medical appointments, thereby leading to the argument that you are a non-compliant patient.


If you do not have insurance, many physicians and pain management clinics will work with attorneys under a Letter of Protection.  Talk to your attorney about any concerns you have with regards to medical bills.  


8.  HIRE THE RIGHT ATTORNEY.  It is important to hire an attorney, such as from the Kane Varghese Law Firm, that has the specialized knowledge required to handle accident and death cases.  Qualified attorneys may be Board Certified in Personal Injury Law.  Additionally, the attorney should have trial experience with personal injury cases.  


We, at The Kane Varghese Law Firm, are not afraid to take your case to trial if the insurance company refuses to offer a fair settlement amount.  Many attorneys do not have the expertise to take on a personal injury case and will not litigate such cases.  The Kane Varghese Law Firm specializes in personal injury and wrongful death cases and has years of experience in this area.  You can trust us to handle your case properly and to always look out for your best interest.    


9.  KEEP TRACK OF YOUR EXPENSES AND DAMAGES.  Keep track of your out of pocket expenses and damages, including co-pays, hospital and doctor bills, medication expenses, lost wages, cost of repair to your vehicle, cost of rental car, and any other additional expenses you may have incurred as a result of the accident.  You should retain any receipts related to these expenses.  


Additionally, we recommend that you start a daily diary that describes the pain, limitations and difficulties you are having as a result of the accident.   If the case does not settle and goes to trial, the jury may get a clear understanding of the seriousness of your injuries by reviewing the diary.  You should also keep a log of all time taken off from work and the reasons for taking time off.  


10.  FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH INSURANCE COVERAGE.  Your own insurance company may provide additional coverage such as Medpay, Personal Injury Protection, and Under-Insured or Un-Insured Motorist Coverage.  Talk to your attorney about such coverage and whether they are applicable to your case. 


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How is liability determined in a car accident? Is liability in a traffic accident ever “automatic”, or just simply assumed?




In determining fault for a traffic accident, it is necessary to prove negligence. So, each situation is unique, but most liability can be determined from the circumstances that led up to the accident in the near-term. Was one of the drivers violating any state laws? Well, state law is there for the purpose of keeping drivers safe, so if a driver is violating state law and causes a car accident then it is highly likely that the driver responsible for any car crash that results is the one that chose to violate state traffic safety laws (speeding, tailgating, U-turn laws, or others).


Some cases can be easy to determine liability, such as the classic “rear-end” collision. Mostly, these types of traffic accidents are easy to determine fault. Drivers should always be able to stop safely if the vehicle in front of them stops. If that driver fails to stop, then (logically), they were following too closely to begin with, and were responsible for that accident. Even these cases have exceptions, however: In the event of a 3-car collision, the car in the very front might be hit by the car behind them, but only because that center car was rear-ended themselves. Ultimately, this “domino effect” means that the car in the far rear was responsible for the accident, and therefore assumed liable for the damage to the vehicle in front, as well as the middle vehicle that actually hit it.


Statistically, most of us at some point in our lives will be involved in some form of car crash or auto accident. The accident will be a traumatic experience, but you will also have a challenge dealing with the insurance company afterwards. The television ads would have us believe that insurance agents are super-hero's, arriving at the scene of the accident to save the day and “take care of everything”. This is unrealistic, and very atypical. 



Issues to Carefully Consider after You Are Involved in a Car Accident?




After your injuries are treated, you will begin the process of filing an insurance claim. Your insurance company will usually have a relatively easy process for filing the claim itself, but understanding the true value of your claim can be challenging. According to the non-profit organization “United Policyholders” (UP), resolving the claim and understanding what the personal injury claim is worth can take experience. In their recent newsletter, the UP provided many helpful tips, including:


•  Find out what you are entitled to: You are entitled to the reasonable value of the medical bills involved in your recovery, as well as lost wages, and possibly pain and suffering. There is no precise formula for determining the amount that a particular case is worth, and if you have concerns about your entitlement you should consult with a car accident attorney.

•  Be aware of time limits: The statute of limitations is set by State law, and regulates the period of time in which you can file a lawsuit. The adjustor simply has no control or ability to extend this for you, despite any claims or promises they make. The statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits is a “carved-in-stone” limit, determined by the state itself, PERIOD. You must settle within this time-frame, or file a lawsuit.

•  Question Figures: The adjustor is putting values into a computer, and claiming that the computer is responsible for determining the worth. The program that the insurance company uses (usually Colossus) cannot figure out what a case is worth, it can only output based on the agent's input. You should not accept any amount at face value, because you have no input on what the adjustor is putting into the computer program, how can you trust the output?

•  Do not sign your rights away: Read every document carefully. One tactic that the insurance companies might try to employ is called “drop drafting”. They will send a paltry check (maybe $500.00, far less than your case is actually worth), and a release waiver. They request that you simply deposit this check, and return the signed waiver to them. The only time they will ever do this, however, is an attempt to get you to settle your case for far than what it's worth. If the insurance company sends you a check in the mail, that is the clearest sign that you should hire an experienced attorney to represent your interests right away.




Dealing With The Insurance Companies after your Car Accident




The insurance companies have a carefully cultivated image that they spend millions of dollars per year to maintain. They are the “heroes” that swoop down on the scene to save the day, but are they really? The most important thing to realize about the insurance companies is that they are a business. Businesses exist to profit, and a smart business will do everything they can to profit as much as possible, including hiring armies of lawyers to ensure that they pay as little as possible for any claims that are filed. They might even tell you that you do not need your own lawyer to help consult with, or give you legal advice (because the accident was somebody else's fault) but the reality of the situation makes it clear: The less money that any insurance company pays you, the more money they make. For this reason alone, you should consider hiring an experienced automobile accident attorney or personal injury lawyer to help in your case to represent your own best interests.


The fact remains that the insurance companies are a profit driven enterprise, and do not want to pay after there is an accident. The lawyers that work for the insurance companies are paid top dollar to ensure that the largest profit is retained for the company, instead of paid out for valid claims. You need to have an experienced Texas car accident attorney | lawyer by your side, to fight for your interests and maximize the settlement offer from the insurance company for YOUR damages. The Kane | Varghese Law Firm provides attorneys and lawyers, who are ready to listen to you about your case 24/7.


In Texas, you must prove NEGLIGENCE. This means that in Texas, you must prove that another driver was responsible for the car accident, and they owe you for damages. Drivers in Texas have a responsibility and duty, “Proper Lookout”. This means that they should exercise proper caution, care, and control at all times while they are driving. When this duty is breached and they fail to exercise caution, you might have cause to consider filing a personal injury or automotive accident lawsuit.


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When to Consider hiring a Personal Injury Attorney After a Car Accident




In some cases it may not always be necessary to hire a personal injury attorney for routing car accidents, but it is worth knowing situations that are important to consider hiring a personal injury attorney after a car accident. The insurance company itself is primarily equipped to handle routine car accident claims. For the most part, these will consist of simple “property-damage” type of accidents only. The automobile accidents that involve much more serious bodily injury, closed head injury, or other trauma will very likely require the care and attention that a personal injury attorney can provide to ensure that you are compensated for your injuries.


In the following situations, you should absolutely consider consulting with a Texas experienced car accident attorney | lawyer:

•  The insurance company will not pay full costs related to: property damage, lost income or lost opportunities, personal injury or psychological pain and suffering, or other medical expenses. The insurance company might be refusing to pay these claims based on “no-fault” State laws that might protect them, but it is still important to consult with an attorney to determine if you might be entitled to greater compensation.

•  The insurance company delays settling your claim. There is a statute of limitations to be aware of when filing personal injury lawsuits, and the insurance company knows it. BEWARE of letting the insurance company drag your claim on too long.

•  The insurance company has denied your claim. A Texas attorney | lawyer at the Kane | Varghese Law Firm can still help review your claim to determine try to determine why the claim was denied. Sometimes the other insurance company might try to refuse payment, claiming that their policy does not cover the accident, or that their protected member is not at fault.

•  Finally, consider hiring a personal injury or accident lawyer | attorney if the party at fault does not have insurance at all.


Remember also that if a government entity denies a claim that you have filed, you will then be allowed to file an actual personal injury lawsuit at that point, so you should definitely consult with an attorney about your personal injury case.


If injured, and you bring a claim or lawsuit against someone, not wearing a seatbelt could also affect the value of your claim or lawsuit resulting from the accident.  


If you are involved in an automobile accident and you do not wear your seatbelt insurance adjusters and defense attorneys will likely argue that wearing a seatbelt could have prevented, or at least lessened, your injuries. 


Evidence of seatbelt use was not admissible in trial prior to 2003.  The Texas Supreme Court in currently deciding whether seatbelt use can be used in court as evidence against the injured party.




What should I do immediately after an accident?




One should call the police, exchange insurance information and drivers license information. It is best not to accept fault immediately at the scene of the accident because one may not be aware of all the facts and circumstances. Wait for the cops. Give them your version of the facts. Take as many pictures as you can if you have a camera with you. 



What are the legal rights of a person who is injured or killed as a result of an automobile accident caused by the negligence of another driver?



A person who is injured in an accident is entitled to recover damages for his or her injuries, present and future costs of medical care, present and future pain and suffering, and lost wages. All of this information must be backed up by medical documentation in order to recover. 



What if I was hit by an eighteen wheeler and injured?




Eighteen wheelers are commercial vehicles that have to carry much larger insurance policies because they tend to cause more damage and destruction. Usually they carry between $750,000 to $1,000,000,00 in coverage. Texas requires an individual to carry only $25,000.00 in liability coverage for a car. Big difference.




What if the person that caused the accident does not have insurance?




If the person who caused the accident does not have insurance, you will have to rely on your own insurance policy to cover your damages. If you have comprehensive coverage, usually your insurance coverage will suffice. If you have liability only, then you may be out of luck. You can sue the other person in court, get a judgment and have his or her driver’s license revoked.



In a hit and run scenario, should I chase the offender or call the cops?




The best thing to do is to not create any more risk for yourself or others by trying to chase anyone down. Try to get some identifying information safely, if possible. A chase would endanger you, the public and possibly the offender. 



If I am a driver, am I liable for injuries caused to passengers in my car?




If the accident is your fault, then you are liable to your passengers. Make sure you are covered by a good insurance policy.



If I let a friend borrow my car and he or she gets in an accident with my car, what happens?




It would be best to let a person who has insurance coverage borrow your car. Your insurance policy, if you have full or comprehensive coverage, will cover the accident as long as your friend is not a frequent user of your vehicle and doesn’t live in your household. 


Will my premiums increase if I get into an accident, even if the accident was not my fault?




This answer seems to depend on the insurance company. Some have a limit count, others have accident forgiveness plans, others don't. 



After an accident, should I speak to the other person’s insurance company?




Your best bet is to consult an attorney before you do so. Caution needs to be exercised by a person injured in a car or truck accident when dealing with an insurance company. Insurance companies routinely set up “recorded statements.” An adjustor will call the injured person, and barrage him or her with a series of innocuous-sounding questions. The responses to these questions by the injured person are usually used to trivialize, decline or deny coverage to the injured person. Be very careful about what is said to an adjustor in a recorded statement. Attorneys are familiar with the questions and can help guide you on how to answer the questions truthfully without compromising the value of your claim.

The at-fault person’s insurance company has offered me a quick settlement, should I take it?




Sometimes, unscrupulous adjustors or insurance companies can coerce or push for a "quick settlement" which may not be in the best interest of the injured person. There are other factors that can also complicate settlement. If an injured person had health insurance which paid for the medical expenses incurred as a result of a vehicle accident, then the health insurance company will want to be reimbursed for any expenses it paid out for the injured person’s medical care. If you are dealing with an adjustor for the insurance company of the party who caused the accident, they are not going to tell you that you need to repay your health insurance company as they pressure you into a quick settlement. It is not uncommon for an injured person who settles his or her case without the assistance of an attorney, to find that a health insurance company will try to swoop in on any recovery made. The injured person is then left with nothing. The growing movement of tort reform and cases from the Supreme Court of Texas has steadily hacked away at an injured person’s ability to recover for their injuries.



What if I am injured but do not have health insurance or money to pay for my medical care?




This can be a difficult issue. It is not uncommon for attorneys to write letters of protection to doctors who will agree to treat you on the condition that you and the attorney agree to pay for the medical care after settlement with the person at fault. So there are options available. Consult with an attorney.




What if I am injured and unable to work?




Technically, the person at fault is responsible for your lost wages. The issue that you will run into is how much insurance coverage the person who caused the accident has, and what additional insurance coverage may apply. 


What if I am an at-fault driver, who has medical expenses and unable to work after my accident?




If you have “personal injury protection” coverage under your insurance policy, it will pay usually up to $ 2500.00 towards your medical expenses and lost wages. A separate type of “medical payments” coverage in similar amounts pays for medical expenses only, and not lost wages. 


For greater than a decade now, the Kane |Varghese Law Firm has represented numerous clients who were injured or killed by negligent motorists or truckers. We help our clients navigate through the insurance and legal processes that can be tricky, exhausting and frustrating for many people. 

Let your lawyers handle the insurance companies and the legal process. You, the injured person, need to be focusing on your recovery from your injuries.

If you, your family, or friends have any questions, feel free to call us. Talk directly to a lawyer about the facts of your case, and get a frank and detailed legal opinion about your options. 

We will be happy to assist you with your claim and get you the best recovery possible based on the facts and circumstances of your case. Call for a free consultation on all auto and truck accident cases and other personal injury cases.


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