BOWLING GREEN, KY / ACCESSWIRE / August 10, 2022 / Summer includes vacationing with loved ones and friends, traveling back and forth to sports practices, and taking weekend road trips. A higher number of vehicles on the roads during the summer can lead to a greater chance of being injured in a car wreck. Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers has an experienced team of dedicated car wreck injury lawyers ready to assist should a car wreck cause injury to you or a loved one.
Being involved in a car wreck that causes injuries can take a toll on the driver, passengers and even their loves ones. Many car accident injuries happen when a driver has acted carelessly or recklessly behind the wheel, and these consequences are costly for everyone involved. The moments after a car accident are critical in ensuring you, or your loved one, has the help to navigate the aftermath of a car wreck and injury effectively and efficiently.
After suffering a car wreck and injury, the mental and psychological burden of hospital expenses, missed work, and pain can make the recovery process even harder. Should a car wreck occur, report the accident immediately to the police, make your insurance agent aware, and carefully review your policy to understand your coverage. Seek emergency treatment and document your injuries to the investigating officer and any doctors, hospitals, and emergency rooms where you seek treatment. Hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer who helps car accident victims for a living is equally important. For more information, watch our video, "Call Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers As Soon As Possible After A Car Accident."
With Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers, the team can help organize important information such as medical bills, handle settlement negotiations, and deal with insurance companies. The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team will ensure the client is taken care of, so recovery can be the sole focus. Call an injury lawyer immediately following a car accident to achieve the best case results possible. 800-800-4600.
Hughes & Coleman has attorneys with extensive experience in personal injury law who are dedicated to assisting Kentucky and Tennessee residents who have experienced severe injuries from auto accidents, big truck wrecks, motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, and many other types of accidents. The Hughes & Coleman team assists clients with insurance adjusters' correspondence, helping to increase the value of their case so that clients get the most money possible. For decades, the Hughes & Coleman legal team has provided high-quality legal advice and has successfully represented thousands of clients recovering more than $1 billion for its clients in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers provides individualized and compassionate service to all clients. They recognize that clients are going through a difficult time seeking an attorney and that working with a trustworthy legal team is essential. Hughes & Coleman lawyers take the time to explain legal options to clients and are available to answer questions at any time. They also make it a point to inform clients at every stage of their injury claim so they don't feel lost or alone.
For more information on how Hughes & Coleman can help with a free personal injury case consultation, visit https://bit.ly/3OIO821.
To learn more about Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers, visit https://www.hughesandcoleman.com/car-accident-attorneys/. For more information on summer driving safety tips and how to reduce the risk of car accident injuries, click here.
About Hughes & Coleman:
Hughes & Coleman was founded in 1985 and has recovered over a billion dollars for our clients in Kentucky and Tennessee injured from auto accidents, big truck wrecks, motorcycle accidents, defective medical products, nursing home abuse, slip and fall accidents, and wrongful death. Hughes & Coleman believes that Control Starts With A Call. Hughes & Coleman operates 10 offices in Kentucky and Tennessee.
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