Helping Your Recover Compensation For Damage To Your Vehicle

Not every car accident will result in serious injuries. The majority crashes result in damage to vehicles. You depend upon your car to go to work, pick up the kids and run other errands. When you are without a vehicle as a result of an accident, you want to make sure that the insurance company is address your claims as efficiently as possible to help you get back on the road.

Just as auto insurance companies are slow to fairly compensate accident victims for their injuries, they are equally likely to minimize, delay, or deny property damage claims.Damage to your car or property following a car accident can become very costly. Allow us at David K. Sparr & Associates, S.C., help you maximize your property damage claim.

Holding Insurance Companies Accountable

We understand that even a minor accident can have big impact on your life. Each and every day that passes without resolution can make things much harder for you or your family. Insurers know that if they can stretch out your case, you might settle more quickly, for much less than your case is worth.

Our lawyers will negotiate on your behalf with insurance companies in order to get them to meet their obligations under your policy. We handle all discussions with the insurers, and pursue compensation that meets your expenses under the crash.

We have significant experience dealing with auto insurance companies in both bodily injury and collision damage claims. If you are a client of our personal injury practice, we can also help you with your property damage claim free of charge. This is just one way in which we can help you maximize your car accident settlement.

Contact Us For Aggressive Representation Today

To learn how we can assist you with your auto insurance claim in addition to your personal injury claim, call our Oshkosh office at 920-236-3838 or our Madison office at 608-665-1896. You can also send us an email to arrange your free consultation. We take all accident cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don't get paid until we get money for you.