The Goldfinger Guide for Car Accident Victims ©
Thank you for picking up The Goldfinger Guide for Car Accident Victims ©. If you're reading this, either you, a family member, or a loved one has been involved in a car accident.
Life right after a car accident can be scary. It can be intimidating. It can seem like an improbable road to recovery. But there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Doctors, nurses, rehabilitation professionals, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, paralegals, tow truck drivers, insurance adjusters and my fellow lawyers have been asking me for years to put this guide together to provide a concise resource for easy to understand advice on what to do after a car accident.
The Goldfinger Guide for Car Accident Victims © is intended to do exactly that. We know how daunting life can be after a serious car accident. You probably have about a thousand and one questions such as:
- Do I have a case?
- How do I get my case started?
- How will I pay my bills after my car accident if I can't work?
- What bills or services will the insurance company pay for, and what won't they pay for?
- What happens if the other driver didn't have insurance at the time of the car accident?
- Do I have to speak with the insurance company after they call me?
We hope to answer these, and many other questions in The Goldfinger Guide. But, we are conscious that the world of personal injury law is complex and ever changing. We can't possibly hope to answer all of your questions in The Goldfinger Guide. So, if after reading The Goldfinger Guide you still have questions about your car accident, you can always contact one of our personal injury lawyers. We're here to help you as best we can.
But I must warn you. Simply picking up The Goldfinger Guide does not constitute a lawyer-client relationship. The Goldfinger Guide is in no way a substitute for the representation from a personal injury lawyer. A lawyer-client relationship only exists with me if you formally retain my law firm, Goldfinger Injury Lawyers, to handle your case.
Now that the legal disclaimer is out of the way, I can get started to better helping you navigate your way through a personal injury claim.
We hope this is your starting point on your road to recovery.
Brian R. Goldfinger B.A., JD., Esq.
The Goldfinger Guide for Car Accident Victims ©.
- Crash Boom Bang: The Car Accident
- Ring Ring: Knock Knock: The Insurance Company Comes A Callin’ And A Knockin’
- It’s Raining Paperwork
- What is a catastrophic accident?
- Why is it important to get a personal injury lawyer rather than a lawyer who simply dabbles in personal injury law?
- How do I get the insurance company to pay for my out-of-pocket expenses?
- Can somebody get paid for their time and services if they’re looking after me after my car accident?
- How do my work benefits apply in a car accident case?
- Who pays for the damage to my vehicle in the car accident?
- The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)
- Pain and Suffering (Tort) Claims
- The Threshold for Pain and Suffering Claims: Serious & Permanent Injuries
- The Deductible for Pain and Suffering Claims
- Income Loss and Loss of Competitive Advantage in the Workplace
- Can my family get compensated for my car accident claim?
- How long will my personal injury case last?