Personal Injury/Automobile/Motorcycle/Truck Accidents
The Law Of Negligence includes Automobile, motorcycle, truck and pedestrian accidents. Pedestrians being struck by an automobile, truck, or motorcycle are just to name a few accidents.
Mr. Schaech has the knowledge and experience you need to guide you through this very tedious and detailed process. Contacting the office of the law office of L Michael Schaech as soon as possible after being involved in a collision is very important. Getting a fair and reasonable settlement for yourself and others involved can take time. Mr. Schaech will negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf to secure the settlement. This area is known as the Bodily Injury Claim.
Negligence is an area of the law that involves personal injury. The injury may be the result of an automobile accident, motorcycle accident, a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle or truck, just to name a few.
Damage or total loss to your personal property (i.e. vehicle) or any other property, as a result of the negligence of another is known as a property damage claim. You are entitled to be compensated for any property damaged you sustained. This claim is a separate from any personal injury claim and is usually assigned to a different insurance adjuster and given a different claim number.
PIP coverage can be a part of an individual's policy. PIP is not mandatory coverage one must carry. Mr. Schaech will work with you through opening a PIP claim if coverage is available.
Often an injured party(s) cannot make that call and should appoint a family member or friend to do so. To often death occurs as a result of an auto accident and family(s) are left with a horrible loss in addition to mounting doctors and hospital bills, funeral, and/or cremation costs. The the law office of L Michael Schaech works closely with the family to ease their pain and loss while keeping them from becoming overwhelmed with the process of dealing with the insurance company(s) and their entities.
Determining liability can often take some time for insurance companies. Often those involved are anxious to give their version of the accident. Insurance companies can and often do take advantage of a recorded statement with out council. Having counsel present for this statement can mean the difference for the Insurance company accepting liability.