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Personal Injury

Madison Car Accident Lawyers

Helping Injured Victims All Throughout West Virginia

At Shaffer & Shaffer PLLC, we have handled countless car accident claims and recovered millions of dollars for our injured clients. Our seasoned litigators have achieved success inside and outside of the courtroom and obtained victories even in complex claims involving wrongful death, defective auto parts, and serious injuries such as brain injuries and spinal injuries. We are not afraid to go against major insurers and well-funded adversaries when fighting for full and fair compensation on your behalf.

Call (304) 362-7088 today to schedule your FREE consultation with our skilled Madison car accident attorneys!

We have experience handling a broad range of auto accident cases, including those involving:

  • Rear-end crashes
  • T-bone crashes
  • Head-on collisions
  • Rollover accidents
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Uninsured motorists
  • Hit and run accidents
  • Distracted drivers
  • Texting while driving accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents

Call us at (304) 362-7088 for a free consultation with our West Virginia car accident lawyers. No fees unless we win!

Tips After a Car Accident

After getting in an accident, many people wonder how to get the most money from a car accident injury claim. Injured car crash victims can fight for compensation to cover financial burdens such as medical costs, pain and suffering, lost wages, lost earning capacity if disabled, and property damage. Our firm wants recovery to be your first priority. Our experienced Madison car accident lawyers will handle the rest! You can do your part by taking the right steps following an injury to help improve your claim's chance of receiving the highest compensation possible.

After a car accident, remember to:

  • Seek medical attention. Receiving prompt and consistent medical treatment is important for demonstrating proof of your injuries and the cost of medical care.
  • Document evidence. Take pictures of the incident, the damage, the scene, and other relevant details of the accident. The more pictures, the better.
  • Obtain contact information. Take down information from the other driver, including insurance, license plate, contact information, etc. If there are witnesses to the accident, make sure you have their contact information as well.
  • Talk to an attorney before giving statements to insurers. Insurers are only looking for ways to minimize their payouts, so consult an attorney before talking to insurers about your claim.