If I was involved in a minor rear end car accident as a passenger am I obligated to sign papers?
6 Answers from Attorneys
It is difficult to address all of your questions via this post and depends on what "papers" you are referring to; however, you do appear to have a claim for your injuries. I would be glad to discuss it with you further. You can reach our office at 417-887-3010 or 800-887-4030, or via email at [email protected]
I would not sign any papers until consulting an attorney. You may be signing away significant rights. I would be happy to discuss your case with you. For an abolsutely FREE consultation please call me at 347-702-4133 or email me at [email protected] (it's almost the weekend and I would be able to contact you if you can provide your contact info via email).
All the best,
Michael Krigsfeld, Esq.
As everyone has said, it depends on what papers. If you were injured, then you should contact an injury attorney in your state, to discuss whether you have a potential claim, and what papers you should sign (or not). If you were injured, and live in FL, please contact my office at Tina Willis Law – Orlando, Phone: (407) 803-2139, InjuryAttorneyFlorida.com, 390 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 2300G, Orlando, FL 32801
Best of luck to you!
No. Signing papers can be fatal.
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