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Auto Accident Attorneys in Hattiesburg, MS

Richard Schwartz & Associates Will Take Care of You & Your Claim

If you have been injured in a car crash, Richard Schwartz & Associates Injury Lawyers, P.A. can provide the efficient representation you need. Our Hattiesburg car accident attorneys know that each situation is different, and we can investigate your incident to build your personal injury case.

Dedicated Legal Representation for Motor Vehicle Accidents in Hattiesburg, Mississippi

You’ve been in a car accident and now you’re injured, out of work, and dealing with car repairs. The last thing you want to do is deal with an insurance company. But that’s exactly what you have to do if you want to get compensated for your injuries, lost wages, and car repairs.

With more than 40 years of experience, our car accident lawyers can answer your questions about the legal process and fight for full and fair compensation for your injuries.

What You Should Know About Mississippi Car Accident Law

Mississippi is a pure comparative fault state. This means you will be awarded compensation based on your degree of fault in the accident. For example, if an insurance adjuster finds you 40% responsible for the accident, you will receive 0% of the total damages awarded for the accident. Our knowledgeable attorneys can discuss your options and help you seek the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

How long after a car accident can you sue in Mississippi?

Do not put off filing a legal complaint. According to the statute of limitations in Mississippi, you have three years from the date of your accident or the discovery of your injuries to file a personal injury claim. The statute of limitations is the length of time a legal claim may be pursued. As soon as feasible, you must begin gathering evidence and filing your lawsuit with the courts. Allow our attorneys to assist you in meeting all of your important legal deadlines, as well as ensuring that your case does not get dismissed due to a technicality.

If you should miss this deadline, your case will likely be dismissed by civil courts. No matter how much evidence you have amassed to support your claim of damages and the other party’s liability, you will be unable to recover compensation for your losses.

What Should You Do If You Are in in Accident?

  • Take pictures of the scene
  • Get the contact information of witnesses
  • File a police report
  • Get medical attention

It is important to seek medical treatment right away, whether you have serious injuries or not. If you wait, insurance companies may say your injuries were not caused by the accident. You should also write down whatever you can remember about the crash, including weather, time of day, order of events, and any other relevant factors. Determining fault is based on evidence, so it is important to have the necessary documentation to support your claim.

Additionally, if someone is injured or the property damage exceeds $250, a written accident report must be submitted to the police within ten days. Failing to file a report is a misdemeanor that may result in an automobile driver’s license suspension. It is against the law to provide false information in an accident report.

The Different Kinds of Driver Negligence That Lead to Car Accidents

In order to blame someone, it is often necessary to re-create the accident, investigate it, and consult witnesses. Consulting an industry expert (such as an auto engineer) in numerous situations is essential. An attorney can efficiently and effectively complete this comprehensive task on your behalf, so you can focus on recovering from your auto accident.

Some of the most frequent types of driver negligence are:

  • drunk driving
  • distracted driving
  • falling asleep while driving

Our car accident lawyers are committed to getting the most favorable settlement for your situation, regardless of how it happened. From a head-on collision in Cottonwood to being rear-ended on Hardy Street, we are dedicated to you and your individual case. We are here to help.

Common Car Accident Injuries

Accidents that occur as a result of negligence can be life-threatening and result in severe injuries. These are some of the most prevalent injuries linked with vehicle collisions.:

  • Head and Brain Injuries
  • Whiplash and Other Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Broken or bruised ribs
  • Cuts, Scrapes, and Bruises
  • Burn Injuries
  • Internal Bleeding
  • Arm and Leg Fractures

If you’ve been in a vehicle accident in Hattiesburg, you don’t have to suffer in silence or live with your injuries if we can help. To ensure that your case is handled professionally and seriously, contact our car accident lawyers in Hattiesburg, MS.

Seek Compensation with the Help of Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Hattiesburg, MS

At Richard Schwartz & Associates, we passionately represent clients injured in car wrecks. Our Hattiesburg car accident lawyers know this is a stressful time for you, and we strive to make your lives easier by being your legal advocate. We can help you seek compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses related to the accident. Our law firm practices on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay a cent unless we win.

Don’t go through this alone. Our car accident lawyers in Hattiesburg, MS are here to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Why Hire Us?
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Common Car Accident Questions

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

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Tupelo, MS 38804
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Hattiesburg, MS 39401
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Meridian, MS 39301
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Columbus, MS 39705
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