Starkville Car Accident Attorneys
Representing Injured Victims in Northern Mississippi
In the blink of an eye, a car accident can completely change your life. Depending on the severity of the crash and the types of injuries you sustained, you may be facing significant medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering.
Whether your accident was caused by a negligent driver, unsafe road conditions, or even a large semi truck, you should not have to pay the physical, emotional, and financial toll. At Vollor Law Firm, P.A., our Starkville car accident lawyers are ready to help you fight for justice and hold the responsible party accountable.
We have represented thousands of car accident victims and have recovered millions on their behalf.
Common Causes of Car Accidents
There are roughly six million car accidents in the U.S. every year, thousands of which occur in Mississippi. Many accidents cause serious injuries – and some are even fatal. Car accidents can happen to anyone, even great drivers who operate their vehicles with care.
You may have a claim if your car accident was caused by:
- A negligent driver
- A drunk driver
- Dangerous roads
- Faulty car parts
- Road work/construction sites
Injuries sustained in these incidents can prove devastating, both physically and financially. You deserve to focus on recovering and moving on from the accident rather than worrying about the legal implications. Our Starkville car accident attorneys can handle the legal work for you so that you can heal.
Common Injuries in Car Accident Cases
Car accidents can happen hast and without warming. Many of them result in injuries that can take years to recover from. The following are some of the injuries that may occur from a car accident:
- Neck and back sprains
- Broken bones and fractures
- Shoulder injuries
- Head injuries
- Wrongful death
Why a Police Report Is Important to Your Car Accident Case
Typically it takes about 48 hours for the police officer to generate their report, but once it's complete you have every right to obtain a copy. This report can be crucial to your case! The investigating officer will gather important information such as:
- Date, time, and location of the accident
- Type and extent of damage to vehicles and other property
- Personal information and statements from all persons involved
- Weather and road conditions at the time of the accident
- Descriptions of injuries to all involved
- Detailed vehicle descriptions
Additionally, if drugs or alcohol are suspected contributing factors, the police officer will conduct field sobriety tests. Before you and the investigating officer leaves the scene of the accident, be sure to get the service number of the report so you can get your copy when it's complete. If you don't have the service number, then you will need to provide the exact date and location of the accident in order to get a copy along with your personal identification.
Police reports are incrediblly persuasive for injury claims. Unlike the insurance adjuster who will likely offer a low-ball settlement amount at first, the police officer was physically at the scene as an objective witness. As an authority of the law, they have been trained to provide a reliable evaluation, therefore providing automatic credibility to your case.
Our Starkville Car Accident Lawyers Can Help
With over 20 years of experience, we have worked on several car accident cases in our time. We understand the ins and outs of these cases and know how to take an effective approach.
Our team is results-driven and client-focused, ensuring that you receive the personalized attention you deserve while fighting hard for a favorable resolution. With offices in Starkville and Vicksburg, we serve clients throughout Northern Mississippi.
Schedule a free consultation by calling (662) 269-6188. Our Starkville car accident lawyers look forward to assisting you.