Many different types of damage can happen in a car accident. One common issue in motor vehicle accidents is property damage. If you had property damaged in an accident, you need to figure out who pays for the damage.
If you were not at fault for the accident, you should not have to pay for the damages. The person who caused the accident is responsible for the damages. They should pay for any damages. But, sometimes it’s hard to get that driver to admit that they are at fault. When this happens, you need to make sure that your rights remain protected. You can do this by hiring a lawyer. A lawyer can get in touch with the at-fault driver for you. They can also deal with the driver’s lawyers and insurance company. In this section, I give more information about damaged property.
Damage To Your Vehicle
Many times people’s cars get damaged in car accidents. When this happens, there’s a few circumstances that you will need information about.
- When there’s damage to your vehicle. You need to know where to bring your vehicle and who pays for the damage. You can get this information in this section.
- When your car gets totaled. If your car gets totaled, you can’t drive it anymore. You have to get a new car. Here you can learn about who will pay for this new vehicle.
- Getting a rental car. You need a rental vehicle to get around while your car is in the shop. You can learn more about this here.
Damage To Other Property
Vehicles are not the only property that can get damaged in an accident. If a car crashes into your house or other property, that can get damaged. If this happens, the at-fault party should be responsible for paying. You can learn more in this section.
If you would like to recover compensation because your vehicle sustained damages in a car accident, we are happy to help. Contact our office to learn what your options are. We can fight for you!