The Auto Accident Attorneys You Want On Your Side

Often, more than one area of expertise is required. With the Recovery Law Center on your side, there's no need to hire a multitude of attorneys. We can provide you with comprehensive legal support and will advocate for you in many areas of the law. Our team of dedicated legal professionals is well-versed in the legal system, bringing a diverse background to the table. This gives us an edge when dealing with complex legal matters. We will not advocate for you in any area in which we are not experienced.

The Recovery Law Center will help you with your auto accident claim from day one. Unlike some other law firms, you do not have to wait until you "have enough medical bills" or "reach the tort threshold." Our law firm will be by your side throughout the entire process. We will help you get treatment, even if the insurance company unfairly refuses to pay for it. When your coverage allows you to make a personal injury claim (e.g., for pain and suffering), we will vigorously pursue it.

To make a personal injury claim for an auto accident in Hawaii, you must have $5,000 in medical and rehabilitative bills. You can also make a claim if the accident caused permanent scarring, disfigurement, or permanent loss of or loss of use of a body part. Our team will closely monitor your case to determine when you legally qualify for making a personal injury claim. Hawaii's laws regarding vehicle claims are quite complicated. They have changed significantly since January 1, 1998. The Recovery Law Center has kept up with these changes and will explain how the current laws impact your case.

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Automobile Accidents

Car accidents happen every day. However, it's not so routine when you're the one in the car that crashed. A serious car accident can result in terrible injuries or even death. If you are involved in an auto accident, there are a few things you should be sure to do:

  • Call for help: After checking to see that all parties involved are okay, call the police. They will assist you in the process of determining who is liable and with moving the cars off the road.
  • Collect information: You should obtain all vehicle and contact information from all drivers and passengers involved.
  • Do not make admissions: In a time like this, emotions run high. Often, this can result in an unintended admission of fault. Do not do this as it could affect the outcome of your insurance claim.
  • Find witnesses: If there is anyone who witnessed the car accident, get their contact information. Their account could be very helpful during settlement.
  • Contact a car accident lawyer.