Published on Mar 05, 2013 by Edgar Snyder

Our New Car Accident Resource Center: When You're Not Injured But Your Car Is

Car accidents happen every day. While the majority of them don't result in serious injuries, the aftermath can still leave you in a stressful position. You may not know what to say to your insurance company or the other driver's insurance company. You may have questions about car repairs or rental options.

Our law firm has helped people seriously injured in car accidents for years. We also want to help those who may not have a personal injury case but are still dealing with the complications resulting form a car accident. That's why I'm pleased to present our new Car Accident Resource Center. It provides answers to several questions that you may have after an accident, such as:

  • What steps should I take after a minor accident?
  • What information should I collect at the scene?
  • How should I deal with the insurance companies?
  • Who pays to fix my car?
  • What if my car was totaled?
  • Do I have to use the mechanic my insurance company suggests?
  • What should I do about renting a car?

We also have information concerning Pennsylvania's auto insurance laws, including frequently asked questions and a free, downloadable E-Book about Pennsylvania auto insurance.

Be sure to watch the video at the top of the page. It's this week's episode of "No Fee TV" where attorneys Michael Rosenzweig and Jason Lichtenstein discuss car accidents and property damage issues.

If you believe you have a case, call us toll-free at 1-866-943-3427, or fill out a no obligation, free legal consultation. We're honest about when you have a case and when you don't. If your accident resulted in car damage only, you can handle the claim on your own. It can be stressful, but that's why we created this resource center – to help guide you step-by-step through the process.

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