Can I File a Car Accident Claim if I Was the Passenger?

Can I File a Car Accident Claim if I Was the Passenger?

Can You File a Car Accident Claim as a Passenger?

If you were recently injured in a car accident as a passenger, you may be wondering whether or not you are entitled to compensation—and, if so, how you go about filing a claim. Do you file a claim with your own insurance company or that of one of the drivers? Does it matter who was at fault?

Call (209) 803-5117 or contact us online for your free consultation with our car accident lawyers today.

Seeking compensation under these circumstances can be tricky, to say the least, so it is important that these questions are addressed by an experienced car accident attorney from the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro. There are a number of different factors that will determine the manner in which you pursue compensation, so you should not hesitate to discuss your case with our firm as soon as possible.

What Should You Avoid When Filing a Car Accident Claim as a Passenger?

It is highly recommended that you avoid the following until you have had the chance to meet with a Modesto personal injury lawyer:

  • Avoid giving a statement to another party's insurance company
  • Signing any paperwork
  • Accepting a settlement 

The only people who will have your best interests in mind after an accident are you and your attorney.

The legal team at the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro is ready to put our 30 years of experience to work for you, but it is up to you to take the first step. Contact the firm today at (209) 803-5117 or submit a free case evaluation form online to find out how we can help with the aftermath of your passenger accident.