Hi. Here are some frequently asked questions at HaroldTheLawyer.com

What if I was not wearing a seat-belt at the time of my accident? Can I still recover damages?

Well, it depends. In some cases, not buckling up can negate or reduce any potential compensation for damages, on the basis that people suffer more severe injuries when not wearing seat belts. Harold Ehrenberg can tellyou how the law affects your case, and will argue for your right to recover damages.

Well, it depends. In some cases, not buckling up can negate or reduce any potential compensation for damages, on the basis that people suffer more severe injuries when not wearing seat belts. With a simple call, we can tell you how the law affects your case, and will argue for your right to recover damages.

OK, what If another insurance adjustor asks for my medical records, should I allow them access? 

Definitely not. Releasing your Medical records to the other side’s adjustor should only be done under limited circumstances and only after consulting with a qualified personal injury trial lawyer. If your medical information gets into the insurance adjuster’s hands, it could hurt your case.

Q: If I file a personal injury claim, will I have to go to court?

That depends. If you are satisfied with the other driver’s insurance company’s settlement offer, then your case will not go to court. This is what usually happens. Some cases do require a formal trial proceeding though. But In either case,  Harold’s experience in handling personal injury cases makes a critical difference.

That depends. If you are satisfied with the other driver’s insurance company’s settlement offer, then your case will not go to court. This is what usually happens. Some cases do require a formal trial proceeding though. But In either case,  our experience in handling personal injury cases makes a critical difference

Q: What If I don’t feel hurt after an automobile accident, should I still see a doctor?

Yes. Both you and your passengers should strongly consider seeing a doctor after an accident. The doctor may recognize injuries, sometimes serious, that are not apparent to you. Harold Ehrenberg recommends that younever settle claims from an accident until a doctor has seen you and advised you about the extent of your injuries. Remember, Harold Ehrenberg practiced chiropractic medicine for more than 30 years and has seen injuries that at first went unnoticed, but later cause great pain and suffering.

Yes. Both you and your passengers should strongly consider seeing a doctor after an accident. The doctor may recognize injuries, sometimes serious, that are not apparent to you. We recommend that you never settle claims from an accident until a doctor has seen you and advised you about the extent of your injuries. We have seen injuries that at first went unnoticed, but later cause great pain and suffering.

Q: What if I believe the accident was my fault?

The reality is that sometimes you’re probably not in the best position to assess how or why the accident happened. Your car may have malfunctioned, or  a traffic light was broken, or the other driver may have been driving recklessly. These are among many possible causes of an accident, which Harold Ehrenberg can investigate and then evaluate. Accepting blame or even apologizing to the other party to the accident may be used as evidence against you at trial. Leave it to a judge or jury to decide who is at fault.

The reality is that sometimes you’re probably not in the best position to assess how or why the accident happened. Your car may have malfunctioned, or  a traffic light was broken, or the other driver may have been driving recklessly. These are among many possible causes of an accident, which We can investigate and then evaluate. Accepting blame or even apologizing to the other party to the accident may be used as evidence against youat trial. Leave it to a judge or jury to decide who is at fault.

Q: What if my memory at the time of the accident is different than the facts later reveal?

It’s not for people unusual to say things immediately after an accident that you later realize are inaccurate. Occasionally witnesses remember incorrectly. You might have a hard time explaining how it is that you now remember things differently than you did at the time of the accident, but that’s where an experienced attorney like Harold Ehrenberg is invaluable.  Harold has handled many similar cases and can help reconcile what youremember and what actually happened.

It’s not for people unusual to say things immediat an ely after an accident that you later realize are inaccurate. Occasionally witnesses remember incorrectly. You might have a hard time explaining how it is that you now remember things differently than you did at the time of the accident, but that’s where our experienced attorneys become invaluable.  We’ve handled thousands of similar cases and can help reconcile what you remember and what actually happened.

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