Speedsters Don’t Stand A Chance Against Us!
Every Sunday for the last few years you and your spouse have gone on leisurely car rides. Always traveling the same areas to look at the farms and surrounding countryside. You know every stop, every bend in the road, you even know the noises your car makes when it goes over the old bridge past the Wagner farm. You have traveled these roads so many times you know how your car handles in the rain, the snow and even on wet leaves.
Unfortunately, not everyone cares like you to know the area or get a handle on how their car will react to certain road or weather conditions. Sadly, wide open country roads tend to be the invitation aggressive drivers need to “throttle it” and put the pedal to the metal. These wildcat drivers get joy from the dirt they kick up and the boundaries they push trying to go ever faster.
Your weekend excursion turns into a vehicle nightmare when you get blindsided by a speeding motorist who doesn’t share your love of Sunday drives. They slam into your driver’s door. The momentum tosses your car like a bean bag across the road into a cornfield. You’re knocked unconscious, your spouse has a collapsed lung, neither of you is capable of calling for help. Luckily your car is equipped with technology that notifies first responders in case you’re involved in an accident.
After several days of being poked and prodded by nurses and doctors you are released. Your spouse isn’t so fortunate; their discharge is postponed by at least 30 days due to the injuries sustained in the crash.
To add insult to injury your insurance company is playing hardball and doesn’t want to pay for medical expenses incurred as a result of the accident. A mishap that wasn’t even your fault, and was validated in your favor by the policemen who showed up to rescue you. Turns out the negligent person, the one who caused the terrible accident didn’t have adequate insurance coverage, was an out of state driver with an expired driver’s license and was texting while driving.
So here you are trying to recover from your own injuries, praying your spouse will heal enough to come home, while also worrying over who is paying for the mountains of bills associated with medical care. Oh, and now wondering who is paying to replace your car damaged in the crash.
Trying to deal with the situation alone is untenable and usually leads to more worry, more frustration and you stuck with the financial hardship of paying all the expenses related to your injuries. It’s time you called for help.
When you’ve been in an auto accident and it happened in Indiana you need a legal team that will aggressively pursue your best interests and remain accessible and attentive to all your needs. You need a law firm experienced in going after the speedsters and their insurance company so you are well compensated for your injuries. You need to call the Law Offices of David W. Holub at (219)736-9700 today.