Burlington Car Accident Attorneys
We’re 30 Years Strong, and We’re Just Getting Started
Car accidents can be unexpected, unpredictable, and extremely damaging, even in the best of circumstances. Whether you were rear-ended in a parking lot or struck by a drunk driver on the freeway, you have a right to seek justice from the party that caused your accident.
Our team at Crumley Roberts can work with you to determine the best course of action for your case as we pursue compensation for the damages you suffered. If you’re ready to get started, our team is standing by ready to help.
Why Choose Crumley Roberts?
We have more than 30 years of experience.
Our clients have left more than 5,000 5-star reviews of our firm.
To date, we’ve secured more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients.
We truly care about helping our community and doing what’s right.
If you were harmed in a car accident caused by an act of negligence or carelessness, our firm is prepared to help. Call (866) 691-0607 to get in touch with our Burlington car accident attorneys.
Common Causes of Car Accidents
Unfortunately, thousands of people die each day in car accidents throughout the United States, and many of these accidents are preventable. Any type of mistake, distraction, or misstep can lead to a devastating crash, but some causes, like drunk driving or texting while driving, are more common than others.
At Crumley Roberts, we can help with car accident cases involving:
Were you in an accident involving another act of negligence or carelessness? We encourage you to reach out to our attorneys to discuss your case with our team right away. We can assess the circumstances of your case to determine the best course of action.
What Should I Do After a Crash?
Immediately after a car accident, the first thing you should focus on is your health and safety. Pull away from any immediate danger and call 911 immediately if you are hurt. Even if you don’t think you are injured, call the police to report the accident and plan to visit your doctor afterward. Remember, some injuries can remain dormant or could slip by unnoticed due to an adrenaline rush brought on by the stress of the crash. A few hours, or even a few days after the crash, you might notice muscle pain, soreness, neck pain, head pain, or worse. In any case, visiting a doctor for a professional opinion is always best.
Next, be sure to exchange information with the other drivers involved, and ask for statements from any witnesses and bystanders. Collect a copy of the accident report from the police, and take photos of the scene to document vehicle damage, road debris, or other factors that relate to the incident.
After you’ve left the scene of the crash, you should call your personal injury attorney immediately to discuss your next step.