What To Do After An Accident

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you likely feel overwhelmed. Your first objective should be your health. You probably want nothing more than to rewind and be back to who you were before you were the victim of a traumatizing crash. But looking forward, you have lots of questions. At the Wiggs Law Group, we can provide answers to your questions regarding personal injury law and how it applies in Maryland.

Who Is Responsible For Your Medical Bills?

A serious injury can lead to costly medical bills, even if you have insurance. Our attorneys can work with your medical provider to seek a hold on the bills until your lawsuit reaches a resolution.

What Kinds Of Damages Might I Win?

Along with medical expenses, you may be eligible for compensation for lost wages if the injury kept you out of work or employment.

The Other Driver's Insurance Company Contacted Me. Should I Speak To Them?

No. The insurance company of the other party involved in the crash does not have your best interest at the forefront. Do not communicate with any individuals who call on the insurance company's behalf. You should refer them to your lawyer.

Call The Wiggs Law Group Today For A Free Consultation

The Wiggs Law Group makes its attorneys available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist those who need personal injury representation throughout Prince George's County and throughout Maryland.

For the opportunity to speak with one of our lawyers to learn more, call 240-545-5544. If email is more convenient for you, please write to us about your legal problem with this form.