At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton in Provo, Utah, our car accident claims lawyers know that one of the most pressing concerns for car accident victims is getting full and fair compensation. You want to know exactly how much compensation you are entitled to, which is a surprisingly complex question. With decades of experience on our side, we are prepared to answer this question. Our Utah auto accident attorneys are prepared to pursue maximum compensation, starting immediately.
First Things First: Use Your PIP Benefits
The starting point in every motor vehicle accident case: Utah no-fault (PIP) benefits. Your insurance company may not tell you all of the compensation you are entitled to. That is why it is important to contact us as soon as possible. Our Orem car accident lawyers are here to act quickly, and at no additional cost, to get you all of the compensation that PIP provides, which includes not only medical expenses and wage loss, but may also include household services.
Household services compensation is frequently overlooked. You may be able to get compensation to pay for someone to assist with laundry, cooking, yard work, child care and other chores that you may not be able to do while recovering from your injuries.
What Other Compensation Are You Entitled To?
Motor vehicle accidents can be devastating. Yes, your injuries may have led to extensive medical expenses and wage loss, but the damage most likely runs deeper than that. Have your injuries prevented you from doing the things that matter most to you in life? Have your injuries hurt your marital relations? You can be compensated for loss of quality of life and loss of enjoyment of life.
Our goal in every case is to thoroughly examine your injuries and all of the repercussions your injuries have had on your life, and then pursue maximum compensation for you.
Call for a Free Consultation
Call the Utah auto accident compensation attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton locally at(801) 370-0505 or toll free at (800) 898-4878, or contact us online for a free, no-obligation consultation.