Types of Car Accidents
Philadelphia car accident attorney explains what you need to know
What type of car accident are you dealing with in Philadelphia? Not sure what to do next? Make sure you talk to an experienced, Philadelphia car accident lawyer familiar with different types of accidents and who knows how to find the facts that matter about them. Make sure you make an appointment with The Hanamirian Firm, PC.
For more than three decades, attorney Michael Hanamirian has been investigating auto accidents and helping people demand the financial compensation they deserve for their crash. Our legal team understands how Pennsylvania’s legal system works and which strategies often work best. That’s why we want to meet with you and learn more about your crash.
What type of car accident are you dealing with?
Car accidents can cover a wide range. Some of the most common – and most serious – types of car crashes we regularly deal with at our law firm include:
- Rear-End Accident
- Head-On Collision
- Intersection Accident
- Ridesharing Accident
- Uninsured/ Underinsured Accident
- Hit-and-Run Accident
- Fatal Car Accident
Even though there are many similarities between many car accidents, each one is unique. That’s why it’s critical that you learn more about all the legal options available to you concerning your specific accident.
Take your car accident seriously. Talk to our law firm
The clock is running. In most cases, you only have a limited amount of time to take legal action after your car accident. This deadline is known as the “statute of limitations.” In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations for taking legal action or filing a car accident lawsuit is two years from the date of your accident. That might seem like a long time. But building a successful legal case often takes a tremendous amount of time and work.
We can help you every step of the way. We know how to analyze accident reports. We frequently conduct our own independent investigations. We also often consult with accident reconstruction experts if necessary. We then often present our findings to the insurance company for the at-fault driver. Most agree to negotiate with us. If not, we’re prepared to take them to court on your behalf.