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The Car Accident Wasn’t Your Fault And You Shouldn’t Have To Pay

By DiBella Law Offices on March 10, 2016

You have a perfect driving record because you are careful. You are the one who came to a full stop before the line at the traffic light. When the light turned green, you counted to three, looked left and right and left again, and proceeded into the intersection, but you didn't stand a chance. He was texting or brushing his teeth or reading the newspaper. You aren't sure which, but he sure wasn't paying attention to driving. He entered the intersection at full speed and T-boned right into your passenger's door.

Now, you're in the hospital, out of work and in pain. It's tempting to take the insurance company's quick settlement offer… but that is a really bad idea. Their goal is to settle this as quickly as possible… for as little money as possible.

Don't give up money and resources to which you are entitled. Here at DiBella Law Offices, we help people recover from car accidents. We know the tricks the insurance companies try to play, and we know Massachusetts personal injury law. We'll go to bat for you to make things right.

Lost wages. Future lost wages. Pain and suffering. Property damage. Hospital expenses. We know how to make the insurance companies pay you what you are owed. This was not your fault, and you shouldn't have to pay for it.

To find out more about how we bring compassion and legal expertise to bear for you, please contact us. We'll arrange a no-cost initial consultation and let you know what to expect. Once you sign on with us, you can rest assured that we'll do everything possible to make you whole again.

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