Injured in a Car Accident?
After a car accident, all you want to do is recover from your injuries and put the trauma behind you. However, the stress continues to mount. You may wonder how to cover your medical bills and lost wages. If you have lost a loved one, in an auto accident, then you may also be facing financial hardship from the loss of that person’s contributions to the family — not to mention the emotional agony. Working with compassionate and strong auto accident attorneys is a major step on your road to recovery.
The attorneys of Mooney & Associates will fight for you to ensure that receive the restitution you and your family need.
Experienced Car Accident Attorneys
A car accident lawsuit is a complicated, high-pressure situation. When you team with Mooney & Associates you have a knowledgeable, invested partner to walk you through the entire process. When car accidents are concerned, we have decades of success handling cases that include:
- Car accident wrongful deaths
- Car accident injuries
- Motorcycle accidents
No Fee Unless You Win
Helping good people earn the settlements they are owed is the backbone of our business. We have a lengthy track record of fighting for maximum results for good people suffering due to an auto accident where the other driver is at fault.
We’re confident we can help you, too. Mooney & Associates is a contingency law firm, meaning you don’t pay unless we win.
Contact Mooney & Associates for a free consultation to discuss your auto accident.
How to Handle the Insurance Company After a Car Accident
You have too much to worry about after a auto accident, and the insurance company hopes to take advantage of that. You may be confused by insurance forms, or feel pressured by the insurance company to reach a settlement right away. The insurance company has a plan, and they have years of experience manipulating situations just like this one. That’s why you need an experienced car accident attorney on your side. At Mooney & Associates, our attorneys and staff work tirelessly to ensure you are taken care of and that justice is served.
The bottom line: don’t sign anything from the insurance company until you speak to an attorney.