When you have been injured in an Oklahoma car wreck and it is not your fault, it’s essential you have an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side that will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. These questions may be floating around in your head:
- How will I get my car fixed?
- What happens if I can’t work?
- Who will pay my medical bills?
- Why isn’t the insurance company helping?
Regardless of what type of Oklahoma car accident resulted in your injury, no case is too minor or complicated for our office. Here are some of the common types of cases we handle:
- Driver negligence,
- Recklessness, dangerous road conditions
- Rear-end collision
- Construction zone accident
- Drunk driving
- Hit and run accident, etc.
We are also experienced with defective automobiles or parts, such as airbag defect, defective tires, unintended acceleration, child seat defects, crashworthiness, defective seat, window or door, fire or explosion, roof crush, seat belt failures, faulty door latches, etc.
It’s important to know and understand your rights and obligations when you have been injured at the expense of another person. Insurance companies are in the business to make money and are not after your best interest.
The attorneys and staff at Jones Brown are here to work with you every step of the way and simplify interactions with the insurance company to ensure you reach a settlement that covers the true cost of your accident.
No matter what type of accident you were in, you likely have questions. Take a few minutes to fill out our automobile accident evaluation.
Jones Brown Law
At the law offices of Jones Brown, we pride ourselves on principles of honesty, hard work, fair dealing and compassion in our representation. Our goal is to let clients focus on healing while we take care of the legal process of recovering from your accident. Our attorneys and staff are committed to adhering to a strict code of professional ethics. We dedicate ourselves to our clients’ best interests and making the legal process as painless and simple as possible for the injured and their family.