Providing Financial Support After Your Motor Vehicle Accident
Were you injured in a motor vehicle accident? Our law firm understands the complexities of insurance policy coverage and how they affect personal injury claims. We provide aggressive representation to help ensure that you receive appropriate levels of compensation for your pain, suffering and medical bills.
Investigating Your Case
Was your motor vehicle accident caused by another driver’s negligence? If so, we can investigate your car, motorcycle or truck accident to help determine liability. Our East Providence firm can collect evidence to support your claim such as:
- Expert testimony, including analysis of liability factors such as speed, bad lighting and the design or layout of the intersection
- Witness statements
- Photos of your severe injuries
- Photos of your vehicle’s damage
- Photos of the intersection
- The other person’s driving record
Favorable Settlement Vs. Fast Money
Many lawyers say that they can get you a settlement quickly. Our firm, led by Robert M. Brady, Attorney at Law, believes in helping you get the full settlement you deserve, not just fast money.
You have reached maximum medical improvement (MMI) when your doctors determine there is nothing more they can do. We want your settlement to be large enough to cover your long-term medical treatments or permanent condition.
Public Transit Accidents
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is considered a quasi-municipal agency, limiting your compensation. Still, if you were injured in an accident with a RIPTA motor vehicle, we can help protect your right to that compensation.
Uninsured, Underinsured And PIP Coverage
Your policy’s uninsured driver, underinsured driver and PIP benefits all affect the level of compensation we can help you achieve. We can evaluate your insurance coverage to determine strategies best-suited to your situation, whether that is negotiating a settlement or fighting it out in court.
Mediation And Arbitration
Mediation is a cost-effective way to help two sides settle a personal injury case. The mediation process can offer the necessary environment for forging an agreeable motor vehicle accident settlement. In arbitration, an arbitrator listens to testimony from both sides and reviews all evidence — some of which may not be admissible in court. In nonbinding arbitration, if either party does not agree with the outcome, the ruling can be rejected and a trial can then commence. The outcome of your arbitration cannot be shared with the jury.