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Criminal conviction not necessary to file personal injury claim

When you're injured in a car accident, it can be difficult to deal with all the issues the wreck caused. Some of these issues include getting the proper medical treatment, dealing with your insurance company and trying to figure out how to pay your bills until you can return to work. If you weren't responsible for the accident, it just makes the situation worse.

When police respond to an accident with serious or even deadly injuries, they ensure the victims get the help they need, but they also investigate the crash to determine if criminal charges should be filed. However, even if criminal charges are not brought against the person responsible for the accident, it doesn't mean that you can't seek compensation from the at-fault driver.

At the law firm of The Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, PLLC, we provide our clients with vigorous representation in car accident and other motor vehicle accident cases. We use investigators who are retired state troopers and police chiefs, and a U.S. marshal. These accident investigators know that while criminal charges are a requirement, their presence could help your civil case.

While the insurance companies are only interested in settling a case for the least amount of money possible, our attorneys are fierce litigators who will not hesitate to take your case to trial if the settlement offer is not fair.

We know personal injury law and we are ready to protect your rights and interests. To learn more about all kinds of motor vehicle accidents, take a look at our many webpages dedicated to the subject.

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