Questions About Automobile Insurance and Auto Accident Law?

Questions About Automobile Insurance and Auto Accident Law?

Scartelli Olszewski P.C.
Scartelli Olszewski P.C.

Understanding the complexities of automobile insurance and auto accident law can be challenging. Whether you’ve been involved in an accident or are seeking clarity on your insurance coverage, having the right information is crucial. In this video, Scartelli & Olszewski P.C., personal injury attorneys in Pennsylvania, answer common questions about automobile insurance and auto accident law, providing expert guidance to help you navigate your situation.

By the end of the video, viewers will have a clear understanding of automobile insurance and auto accident law, as well as the steps to take and rights to protect in the event of an accident.

Contact a Pennsylvania Auto Accident Attorney

If you have questions about automobile insurance or have been involved in an auto accident, contact Scartelli & Olszewski P.C. at 570-681-2203 for a free consultation. Our experienced attorneys can provide the guidance and support you need to navigate your situation.

Auto Accident FAQ

  • What types of automobile insurance coverage are available? Common types include liability, collision, comprehensive, uninsured/underinsured motorist, and personal injury protection (PIP).
  • What should I do immediately after an auto accident? Ensure safety, call emergency services, document the accident scene, exchange information with the other driver, and notify your insurance company.
  • How is fault determined in auto accidents? Fault is determined based on the evidence and the concept of comparative negligence, where each party’s degree of fault is assessed.
  • How can I deal with insurance adjusters effectively? Be cautious with your statements, do not accept the first settlement offer, and consult with an attorney before signing any documents.
  • What if the at-fault driver is uninsured? You can seek compensation through your uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage or explore other legal options with the help of an attorney.