Murfreesboro Auto Accident Attorneys
Fighting to Ensure You Are Fairly Compensated for Your Injuries
In 2017, there were nearly 3 million injuries caused by car accidents, most of which were preventable. If an accident victim requires medical treatment, the party responsible for the accident must provide the necessary compensation to cover those costs. Sometimes, that doesn’t happen. At Gritton & Gritton, our Murfreesboro auto accident lawyers have the experience and tenacity to fight for fair compensation. Let us help you by calling our firm and scheduling your free consultation.
Handling All Types of Accidents
All drivers are expected to operate their vehicles carefully while on the road. While distractions are everywhere, it is not an excuse for unsafe driving. Failure to exercise reasonable caution and care is called negligence. If you were injured because someone else wasn’t paying attention behind the wheel, you are entitled to compensation.
Gritton & Gritton can represent you in all kinds of car accidents, including:
- Drunk driving accidents
- Distracted driving
- Poor road conditions
- Rideshare accidents
- Rear-end accidents
- Multi-car accidents
In order to determine the appropriate amount for your settlement, you need to inquire with experts who know how much you suffered and what the costs of that suffering will amount to. A successful personal injury lawyer will recover more than just healthcare costs.
In addition to your injury treatment expenses, you may also be entitled to compensation for:
- Lost wages
- Property damage
- Punitive damages
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earning potential
Schedule a Free Consultation Now
With more than 50 combined years of experience, Gritton & Gritton has built a reputation for aggressive representation when it counts. We have handled hundreds of cases, giving us a clear, thorough understanding of how your settlement will affect your future. During our free consultation, we will discuss your car accident and what you can expect from a lawsuit.
It is important that you do not sign any agreements with the insurance carrier before speaking with a lawyer. You need to first obtain a proper medical diagnosis and evaluate the total damage to your property before agreeing to accept a settlement from the insurer. In many cases, they will give as little as legally possible in order to avoid parting with more of their money. Let us help you build a case for everything you need.
Call (615) 488-4420 now to get started.