Did You Know?
- You need to visit your physician before insurance will cover medical expenses. Get a copy of your doctor’s report that details your accident injuries.
- You may need a company letter verifying you missed work because of injuries in an auto accident.
- Auto accident attorney Jim Ronca has more than 30 years experience working on car and truck accident cases.
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A car accident can be overwhelming as you’re suddenly bombarded with issues including repair and medical bills, police reports, evidence, witnesses and other parties involved.
More than 90,000 car accidents occurred in Pennsylvania in 2011, but this one happened to you. It’s easy to get lost in the emotion and turmoil of an accident can bring, but it’s almost certain that you’ll lose money and possibly much more if you don’t have a good lawyer.
Pennsylvania is a no fault insurance state. Regardless of whose fault the accident was – yours or the other driver’s – your insurance company will pay for certain benefits. Depending on what kind of insurance you have (such as limited tort car insurance), your financial recovery may be limited.
Get the Advocate you Need
More obstacles can arise as you’re struggling with injuries, medical expenses and loss of income resulting from the crash. Don’t deal with these problems alone. You need someone who can navigate the process and get you the compensation you need so you can more forward. For more than 30 years, Jim Ronca has obtained substantial verdicts and settlements for thousands of injured victims. He is a fearless and thorough advocate known for never backing down and leaving nothing on the table.