Jessica Wilson was the victim of a car accident in June 2020. She reached out to Accident.com for assistance with finding an attorney who could represent her, and she couldn’t be happier with her experience.
A car accident that took place over a year ago left Jessica Wilson with both legs broken. She initially struggled to find an attorney who could help her. Her daughter eventually found Accident.com, and Jessica was able to start working with an attorney.
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Jessica and her adult son were involved in a car crash after another driver pulled out of her driveway without looking and hit Jessica’s vehicle. Jessica’s son, who was her passenger, sustained only minor injuries. Unfortunately, Jessica broke both her legs in the crash.
The days after the accident were difficult. Jessica describes feeling confused by what had happened. She knew she needed representation but was unsure of the first steps she should take. Due to the statute of limitations and the fact that insurance companies expect claimants to reach out soon, she knew she had to act fast.
She contacted a few professionals listed in the Yellow Pages, but it seemed they were too busy to get back to her. She never got a clear answer about why no one would take her case, and she was tempted to give up.
Jessica’s daughter found Accident.com a few months later. Jessica filled out our online form to tell us more about her situation and heard back from us within minutes.
We put her in touch with a law firm that immediately started working on her case. Jessica was relieved to finally get the representation she deserved. She liked working with Accident.com and with her new attorney. She felt that everyone had her best interests at heart and provided a great customer service experience. Jessica’s son also decided to use this same legal firm.
We were able to find a law firm that Jessica is happy with shortly after receiving details about her case. Jessica got the representation she deserved and her case is expected to settle soon. She's still recovering from her injuries, but she has peace of mind knowing she won’t be liable for any of her medical expenses.
“You don’t realize. You think people have accidents all the time, but until you actually have to go on and walk those stops, you don’t know where to begin. … You know, you don’t really know who to contact first. You don’t know where to start. [Accident.com] was great because I just wouldn’t have known where to start,” Jessica said.
Jessica is currently waiting for her case to settle. The other driver involved in the crash was at fault, which means their insurance provider will cover Jessica’s medical expenses.
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