Injured in a car accident in  Maine? On this page, Mann Law has compiled a collection of articles to help you understand what steps to take following a car accident in Maine. These articles range from immediate steps to take after the accident, to the long-term steps for receiving just and fair compensation.

We invite you to contact us directly to answer specific questions or receive general counsel. Please call us today.

How Do I Get A Copy Of My Accident Report From The Maine Police Department?

It’s important to obtain your Maine car accident report as soon as possible after your accident.

Your car accident report captures the events of the accident, often identifies the responsible party and covers the aftermath of the crash. Plus, the accident report will serve as strong evidence in your claim, especially if you file a lawsuit. If the police were called to the scene of your accident they wrote a report and there are three ways you can get a copy of that report…

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Is Maine a No-Fault Insurance State?

The car accident police report, compiled by the police after the accident, plus accident evidence, will help the police and the insurance companies determine who’s at-fault. If fault cannot be determined by those means, occasionally a car expert, such as an accident reconstructionist, will need to become involved…

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What to do (And Not Do) After a Car Accident?

The experience of a car accident is a shocking and even life-altering experience. If immediately following a Maine car accident you’re able to follow the suggested steps, you will be better off receiving the compensation you deserve for your car-related damage and accident-related medical expenses…

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Do I Need a Lawyer After a Car Accident?

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, or your car has been hit by another driver, resulting in damage, you may consider hiring a car accident lawyer. You may also consider fighting the insurance companies on your own. It’s important to weigh the odds and think about the impact of going up against a billion-dollar insurance industry without professional legal counsel.

Before you skip hiring a car accident lawyer, make an informed decision. There are risks involved with going against the insurance companies without a Maine car accident lawyer…

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How is fault determined in a car accident in Maine?

The car accident police report, compiled by the police after the accident, plus accident evidence, will help the police and the insurance companies determine who’s at-fault.  If fault cannot be determined by those means, occasionally a car expert, such as an accident reconstructionist, will need to become involved.

The car insurance of the at-fault driver must pay to cover your damages and other accident-related bills.

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