Car Accident Story: Kristina Crowley Bachus and Schanker Review

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It was a beautiful sunny day. I had been down that road, many of many of times. I was stopped for I don’t know what reason. I was hit from behind and he pushed me into two cars, and I took the brunt of the force of the
accident. My seat-belt broke and I almost went through the windshield. I just remember it was such a beautiful day and that was the moment where a big part of my life changed. I just needed somebody to come take care of me and help me. When I was deciding on who I was going to give my case to I interviewed the heck out of the lawyer who came to talk to me. I had a list of a bunch of questions and they were the ones who gave me the most piece of mind that they were going to take care of me.

If you are injured you need to concentrate on getting well and give somebody else your headache and the insurance company and the medical bills and everything else that comes with the experience of being in a car accident. Somebody else needs to help deal with and give you the assistance of making the decisions that are going to need to be made. Once Kyle took over my case, it was handled and my stress went away and Jenn was there to listen to me. My experience wasn’t new to them so they were able to help me and ease mostly my fears. Jenn and Kyle gave me their personal cell phones, their business cell phones, so I could call them, I could text them. I could get in-touch with them anytime I had a question. Going through a car accident is an emotional up and down roller coaster ride and experience and when you are going through it, it’s amazing to have somebody there who can really just take care of it. In hindsight I couldn’t have done it myself. I would have gotten taken advantage of by the other side. I did my research and I asked around and nobody but nobody ever said anything bad about Bachus and Schanker. They are going to get you through it and so that’s why I would say call them. Give them a chance to take your case.

Car Accident Story: Kristina Crowley Bachus and Schanker Review