Portland Rear End Collision Accident Attorney

June 1, 2013

Savage Law Firm is a wise choice for representation if you or a loved one suffer neck, or back injuries in a rear end collision accident.

In order to protect our clients’ rights after a rear end collision accident, we advise each person to seek immediate medical attention first. Second, contact an attorney with a strong, proven, and successful track record of representing their clients in Portland rear end collision vehicle accidents.

Personal Injury Advocate

At Savage Law Firm, our primary goal is to provide the best legal representation available to reach the best financial resolution available.  We partner with each client and always ensure they are in the loop each step of the way throughout the process.

Regardless of the speed, any rear end collision can cause devastating and life-changing physical damage to a human body.  When you consider that most automobiles weigh in at 3,000 pounds or more, it is easy to understand the physical damage that can occur even if you are in another vehicle, but hit from the rear.  The mere force of the impact sends your head and back forward and back again at an extremely high rate of speed even if you are buckled.

Insurance companies are always eager to settle their cases quickly.  It is always in your best interest to speak with your attorney before speaking with an insurance adjuster or any of the insurance representatives.

Delay in Rear End Collision Injury Symptoms

Our Portland Personal Injury Attorney’s thoroughly understand that neck and back injuries are not always immediately obvious following a rear end collision accident.   These injuries may take a few days to a few months to present themselves, especially if you are caught up in the aftermath of dealing with replacing your automobile, and attempting to determine if you are being treated fairly by the opposing insurance company.

Contact Savage Law Firm to deal with the insurance company while you take care of yourself and your loved ones.

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