Need an Accident Injury Lawyer?
Hammer Injury Law can handle your injury claim to help you get the compensation you need!
Please note that there are important time limits that apply when you have been involved in a car accident. If these time limits are missed, your ability to advance a claim and obtain the compensation you need may be lost forever.
Hammer injury law handles many types of vehicle accidents, including:
An insurance claim can be overwhelming for anyone who has just been injured in an accident and is in the hospital or recovering at home. You may be unsure of where to turn. Often the most difficult situations are where a person is off work and unable to participate in the daily activities that they enjoy.
We can help out with all aspects of your claim, including dealing with your own insurer and the at-fault insurer.
What to do after an accident
Immediately after an accident, you will likely be upset and in shock. When possible, it is important to obtain a copy of the other party’s:
- Driver’s license
- Vehicle registration
- License plate
The easiest option is to take photos on your cell phone.
If you were not in a safe situation or cannot get out of your vehicle, consider having someone on your behalf at least try to obtain the license plate of the at fault vehicle by writing it down or taking a photo.
After an accident, it is important to follow the recommendations of your physician and your other healthcare professionals such as chiropractors, physiotherapists, massage therapists and kinesiologists.
The accident in which you are injured, may have a major impact on your life - get the help you need.
It is important to speak with legal counsel to understand your rights.
You should know exactly what your position is before you come to an arrangement. When you retain us, then our staff at Hammer Injury Law will handle all aspects of communication throughout the claim to ensure that your rights are properly protected.
In Canada, there are approximately 160,000 car accidents each year many of which result in injuries or fatalities.