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Middletown, DE 19709        (302) 828-0101

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 If You Have a Been Injured, Contact Personal Injury Lawyer Greg Stewart Today for a Free Consultation

Personal injury claims may be brought by injured persons seeking compensation for their injuries in Delaware. Injuries may range from physical pain to emotional stress to permanent disability. The personal injury claim may be brought against the person or company believed to be responsible for the individual’s injuries. If you have been injured, you need to contact Personal Injury Lawyer Greg Stewart. Greg will be able to assist you with any of your personal injury claims in Delaware or up and down the East Coast.

Some personal injury claims, such as minor fender benders, cause insignificant damage and may not need the assistance of a personal injury attorney. Call us to find out. Claims resulting from physical injury, mental anguish or wrongful death warrant hiring a personal injury lawyer who can help you navigate the legal issues and win fair compensation for your personal injury claim.

Insurance companies are established to make money for their clients. If you are seriously injured, you run the risk of having an insurance adjuster offer you a settlement for your personal injury claim that is less than you deserve. Unfortunately, some people realize this too late. If you accept a settlement from the insurance company, even if your condition gets worse in the future, the insurance company is no longer under any obligation to give you any more money for your injuries.

 We know the various personal injury claim laws and how to apply the law to our clients' life stories. We are able to present the nature and extent of our clients' injuries and medical treatment and explaining how our clients' lives have been changed to decision makers, judges and ultimately juries. We know how to deal with the insurance companies to gain fair compensation for our clients’ personal injury claims. If you have been seriously injured, contact Personal Injury Lawyer Greg Stewart to learn your rights.  

If you have been injured in an auto accident, you should remember the following steps:

1) Don't Admit Fault

Do not admit fault for the accident?not to the other party, your passengers, the police, witnesses, or your auto insurance agent. Even if you suspect you may have been at least partially to blame for the accident, do not admit wrongdoing.

Your perception of the event could easily be altered by your emotional state, so it's best not to settle claims until you're able to think clearly. Focus on getting the medical treatment you need and let your car insurance company handle the other details.

2) Seek Medical Attention

See a doctor immediately. Although you may feel fine now or think your injuries aren't very serious, symptoms such as pain, discomfort, dizziness, or numbness may appear in the days following the accident.

It is best to get checked by a medical professional immediately. If you wait too long to seek medical attention, it will be harder to prove that your injuries are the result of the car crash. Work with your doctor to evaluate your personal injuries.

3) Take Pictures

Ask a friend to take pictures of your injuries. If you have trouble getting a settlement from the insurance company or you decide to hire a personal injury attorney, photos will be valuable evidence for your case. Cuts, bruises, and scrapes heal quickly, so getting photos immediately is a smart move. If you don't have access to a regular digital camera, snap a few pictures with your cell phone.

4) Take Notes

Take detailed notes regarding your medical treatment. This information may be necessary for you to get full reimbursement from the insurance company.

Jot down the names and addresses of any chiropractors, physical therapists, or other professionals you were referred to after the accident. Keep receipts for medications you were prescribed or any assistive devices such as crutches that were needed.

5) Get the Police Report

Obtain a copy of the police report to verify that all facts regarding the accident are correct. Errors or omissions in the police report could delay your bodily injury claim.

6) Talk With a Lawyer

If you are asked to sign any documents you don't understand, talk to a personal injury lawyer. Having representation is the best way to make sure your rights are protected, especially if the accident is very serious and you may be at least partially at fault. Contact Personal Injury Lawyer Greg Stewart to protect your legal rights.