Should a passenger file a personal injury claim after a Mission Viejo car accident? Yes, injured passengers always have a claim in California, with very few exceptions. Generally speaking, a passenger does not have to worry about proving liability. However, the process of filing a successful personal injury claim can be a bit different for a passenger than it would be for a driver.
In most cases, a passenger who is injured in an accident of two or more vehicles will file a claim against every driver associated with the accident. As an injured passenger, it is prudent to seek and write down the insurance information for all drivers.
My name is Rivers Morrell and after more than 40 years of experience as a Mission Viejo personal injury attorney I understand the nature of the relationship you may have with the driver of the vehicle in which you were traveling. Recovering for your injuries is an insurance case, and our skilled trial attorneys have a proven track record of success in passenger injury cases. We work to preserve underlying personal relationships while working to ensure our clients receive the full and fair compensation they deserve from responsible insurance companies.
Should a passenger file a personal injury claim after a car accident even if they are close to the driver who may be primarily responsible for the accident? The simple answer is yes. That is what insurance is for. You have suffered injuries and as a personal injury attorney with more than 40 years of experience I will work to ensure you receive the best possible outcome in your case so that you have the resources to cover all of your expenses as well as compensation for having to endure your injuries and recovery.
We invite you to review the recommendations of our former clients and the legal industry and contact us or call 949-305-1400 for a free consultation. Ask how we can help to ensure you receive a full and fair settlement or verdict in your passenger injury case.