Do I Have an Injury Case if There Was No Damage in a Car Accident? If you suffered injuries in a car accident despite no damage to your car, you have legal rights.

You may still have an injury case if there was no damage in a car accident. 

If you sustained injuries, you should file a claim for compensation. To ensure that you preserve your legal rights, be sure to file a police report about the crash, seek medical evaluation and treatment as soon as possible, and notify your insurance company.

At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we can help you preserve your rights after a car crash in South Florida. Call 1-800-747-3733 to schedule a free evaluation of your case.

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Injuries Sustained From Car Accidents

The human body can sustain a variety of serious injuries even after a minor accident. Left undetected and untreated, these injuries can cause serious harm or even become life-threatening, so it is crucial that you seek medical attention following a car accident.

One of the most common types of injuries after a car accident is neck and spine damage, including whiplash. Head trauma or brain injury is another concerning possibility. This type of damage could range from a mild concussion to something as serious as a blood clot. Even a minor car accident can cause serious back injuries or internal injuries.

How Do I Protect My Rights to File an Injury Case If There Is No Damage in a Car Accident?

Though there is no damage to your car, if you were injured in an auto accident, it is imperative that you contact the police to file a report immediately. Take photos of the scene and collect as much information as possible from the other driver and any witnesses. Above all, get the information for the other driver’s auto insurance company.

You should seek immediate medical evaluation at a local emergency room, if emergency medical personnel do not respond to the accident scene.

At this point, our lawyers can help you evaluate your options. We can answer your questions and determine what your best course of action may be to recover compensation.

You must also report the accident to your personal injury protection (PIP) insurance provider and, if another driver was at fault, to their insurance company as well. However, before you speak to either insurance company, speak to one of our attorneys. Giving a statement could compromise your ability to seek financial compensation in the form of a settlement or a personal injury lawsuit.

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How Do I Make an Injury Case If There Was No Damage in a Car Accident?

We can help you build your injury case for compensation, even if there is no damage to your vehicle.

We will collect a variety of evidence to support your claim for compensation for your injuries. This will include medical bills, employment statements showing lost wages, witness statements, and expert testimony regarding any future care needs, future lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional trauma. We can submit your claim and negotiate with the insurance company to arrive at an equitable settlement. If the at-fault driver’s insurance company refuses to negotiate in good faith, we can pursue a lawsuit to obtain fair financial compensation for your injuries.

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Contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Today

If you were injured in a car accident with no damages to your vehicle, contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine for help. We can help you fight for the compensation you deserve. Call 1-800-747-3733 today for a free consultation.