You go and hire an attorney and ask him for legal advice.
If you are looking for more information about car accident attorneys, you can look them up in your local Yellow Pages. You can also go online to sites such as Car Accident Lawyers and Auto Accident Attorneys.
no.not if its a car accident
The accident will show but it will be marked as a not at fault accident and should not increase your insurance rates.
There have to be conditions on if you get arrested or not. If you are driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, the chances are very high that you would go to jail. If it was just an accident that you were at fault, not likely to go to jail.
The place that someone would go submit an accident claim is based on the claim and the company. If it is an auto claim and someone has AAA insurance, they can file a claim on the website or call an agent.
One can get advice for assistance with accident settlement through attorneys. One can also call their insurance company for assistance with accident settlement.
You can claim compensation in a workplace accident by getting legal representation. They will go through your case, get medical input, and they will sue on your behalf.
You can settle without a lawyer but it is always best to have some legal advice. There are laws that you might not be aware of and also a lawyer knows what claims are legal and how to go about the process.
One would or could go to various places. These places include the DMV, or the auto insurance company which distributes their auto insurance to claim an auto accident personal injury insurance claim.
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A motor accident claim will make one's insurance premiums go up. Most insurance companies will do this at the time of renewal though.
If you didn't put in a claim (not wise), and the company has absolutely no knowledge of the accident then 'no' how could it?
To answer someone who has answered you, research the question. Go to a friend or family member and ask for advice on what you should do with the situation.
Very likely yes. This is especially true since you are at-fault for the accident. (meaning you caused the accident). Some insurance companies reward loyalty and may have "accident forgiveness" program if you have been a long time customer with them.
There are many companies that offer advice on inury lawsuits. Some of these companies include Injury Lawyers 4 U and National Accident Helpline. You can get impartial advice from the Citizens Advice Bureau.