Car Accident Information

Car Accident Insurance Claim Information Available at No Charge From Boteler, Finley & Wolfe, Attorneys at Law MVC Handbook 2013 ed 2 If you have recently been involved in a car accident, it is probably too soon to know if you will need to hire a lawyer to help you. However, it is not too soon for you to know your rights and to learn about the insurance claim process related to your accident. That is why for almost 20 years the law firm of Boteler, Finley & Wolfe has been publishing and distributing, at no charge, the award winning booklet: Motor Vehicle Collisions: A Victim’s Handbook – Ala ed. This 28 page guide explains the legal standards for your property damage claim and your bodily injury claim. It explains the various insurance coverages available to you and how to best document your claim for insurance presentation. Written by attorney Mark Wolfe, one of America’s top rated auto-crash lawyers, this guide also explains how insurance adjusters try to minimize claim pay-outs and what you need to know if you decide to consult with an attorney. Before you run out and hire a lawyer based upon a TV commercial, read this free publication about car accident injury and property damage claims. Available in print or as a .pdf download from the Boteler, Finley & Wolfe web site publications page. Or call today toll free 1 866 975-7766.   Required Disclaimers:

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General Disclaimer: This information is posted for general information purposes to help those interested parties or persons with potential civil claims better understand their rights and potential causes of action. If readers are currently represented by an attorney on the subject matter of this post then they are encouraged to continue with said representation. No attorney-client relationship is established by this post.


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