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Trust Your Injury Claim To Our Experienced Oxford, Mississippi, Car Accident Attorneys

Being in a car accident is scary, and the fears don’t end when the accident is over. You are likely worried about expensive medical bills, lost wages from time spent unable to work and uncertainty about your long-term health. Thankfully, you don’t need to face this difficult situation alone. In Oxford and surrounding areas, the trusted name in car accident representation is Farese, Farese, & Farese, P.A.

Our family-run firm has been practicing in the area for decades, and we serve clients throughout North Mississippi and West Tennessee. We will work tirelessly to help you claim the compensation you need and deserve.

Get Answers To Your Car Accident Questions

Below, we’ve provided answers to some of the questions most commonly asked by prospective clients. After reading, please contact us to get your own questions answered during a free initial consultation.

How can a car accident lawyer help me after a car crash in Oxford?

Our attorneys can communicate with insurers on your behalf, investigate the crash, help you obtain important records, calculate the costs of your injuries/losses and seek maximum compensation in a settlement or jury trial. Our goal is to handle all the legal work so that you can focus on your health and your family.

How much could my car accident injury case potentially be worth?

Each case is unique. The financial value of an auto accident claim is typically proportional to the severity of injuries and losses. A case resulting in catastrophic injury and permanent disability is likely going to result in a much higher settlement or jury award than a more moderate accident.

What if I can’t afford to hire a lawyer to represent me after a car accident?

You likely have more options than you realize. Most personal injury attorneys in Mississippi (including those at our firm) offer free consultations and take cases on contingency. We will discuss that in more below, but the bottom line is that it costs nothing to get started and any fees that you eventually pay will be paid from the amount recovered.

How does a contingency fee work in a car accident case?

Our firm offers contingency fee representation in all personal injury matters. The amount of money we get paid is a predetermined percentage of however much we recover for you. That means if we weren’t able to help you claim compensation in a settlement or jury award, you would not owe any legal fees. And because our fees are a percentage of your compensation, you never need to worry about legal fees matching or exceeding the amount you take home.

What damages might I expect to receive for my car accident injury case?

Depending on the details of the case, we can help you seek damages (compensation) for:

  • Current and future medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering
  • Permanent disability
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Reduced enjoyment of life

Some of these damages can be hard to calculate because they are noneconomic in nature. Thankfully, our attorneys have considerable experience in personal injury matters and understand how to maximize the value of a claim.

How long after a car accident can you file a lawsuit?

The statute of limitations on Mississippi car accident claims is typically three years from the date of the accident. In order to preserve evidence and maximize your legal options, however, you should contact an attorney as soon as reasonably possible after you crash.

How can an attorney help determine who is at fault in a car accident?

Our lawyers conduct a thorough and independent investigation into the crash, gathering as much evidence as possible. This might include pictures and video from security and traffic cameras, cellphone records in the moments leading up to the crash, police reports, witness statements and data pulled from each vehicle’s “black box,” also know as the event data recorder.

Knowing who was at fault is not useful unless you can also prove it. We have decades of experience helping clients do just that.

Talk To An Attorney About Your Case For Free

If you were in a car accident in or around Oxford, Mississippi, contact our attorneys at Farese, Farese, & Farese to discuss your legal options in a free consultation. You can reach out online or call 662-736-1292. We serve clients throughout North Mississippi and West Tennessee.