Car Accidents

Car Accidents

We know that car accidents can be overwhelming or even devastating for you and your family, and that any injury—whether it is whiplash, broken bones, a concussion, or other internal injuries—can take a serious toll on your physical and emotional health.

If you were hurt in an accident involving a car, truck, motorcycle, ATV, bus, or boat, it is important to get legal advice from an experienced personal injury lawyer. 

We understand that the last thing you want to do is talk to insurance companies and navigate the court system, which is why we are here to help guide you and maximize your claim. Motor vehicle laws and insurance regulations are complicated, and uninformed decisions can lead to substantial financial loss. At Valent Legal, we know the law. This is what we do, and we do it well. 

Whether you were a driver, passenger, non-driver, pedestrian, or bicyclist, we have the expertise to help you through this difficult time. Being injured is hard enough—the law shouldn't make it harder. We fight for your rights, and we want to make sure you are fully compensated. 

For a free, no-risk case assessment, give us a call. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no fees until you get a settlement or you win a judgment in court. In most cases, our service exceeds our clients’ expectations. Visit How We Work to learn more.

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