What-To-Dos & Answers to Common Questions

Below you will find a useful checklist of what to-do and not to do after an accident.

  • Move to a safe location.
  • Call the police.
  • Seek medical assistance immediately if injured.
  • Photograph all damage to every vehicle involved.
  • Obtain the other driver’s personal and
  • insurance information.
  • Collect witness information.
  • Notify your insurance company.
  • Do not discuss your case with the other driver’s insurance company.
  • Do not sign any documents.
  • Do not discuss anything with the other driver.
  • Call our office to protect your rights & maximize your recovery.

We are here for you!

Unfortunately, insurance companies take advantage of clients who are not represented by counsel. In fact, once a client hires an attorney, the case may get assigned to a different adjuster. Additionally, insurance companies will not help you find the right doctors. They may even deny your claim despite your injuries. The Attorney at The Law Office of Glen Howard is here to prevent the insurance companies from taking advantage of you. Our office offers no commitment, FREE consultation. This allows you to give us a call to hear how we can help you with your case. If there is no recovery, you do not owe us a penny for our time or have to reimburse us for any costs. Our job is to remove all the insurance related stress off your shoulders so you can focus on everything else in life. Please call us now. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!

We understand that not everyone is in a position to pay for an attorney when they need one. That is why The Law Office of Glen A. Howard does not charge anything up front. We only get paid if we are able to get you money for your case. You will get the representation you deserve without having to pay anything up front. Give us a call. We are available 24/7 CALL NOW (702) 331-5722

We have been very successful in representing our clients who’ve been injured in both small and big accidents. If we believe that you will be in better hands with representation of an attorney, we will be more than happy to take on your case on a contingency basis (we only get paid if we win your case).

Our firm’s culture is to provide the best results and the best client service. To ensure this, your bodily injury case will be negotiated by our attorney, Glen A. Howard. You will also be in contact with an experienced case manager who will coordinate your medical treatment.
The at-fault party or your insurance company have the option of (1) either repairing your car or (2) paying the value of your car before the accident. They will usually pick whichever costs less.
If your car is in the body shop, you are entitled to a rental car until you get your car back.
Yes. Some insurance companies will set you up with a rental car. Others will have you pay for the rental and will reimburse you the amount of a comparable car. If you have rental coverage through your insurance company, you can also get a rental car through them.
Absolutely not. The at-fault’s insurance company is not entitled to a statement. You don’t want to provide them with information that they may use against you. It is best to have an attorney on the phone.
At The Law Office of Glen Howard, we know that not everyone has health insurance or they may not have the best health insurance but still want to see a doctor for their injuries. If you were injured in an accident, we can set you up with a local doctor who will treat you on a personal injury lien. This means that the doctor does not expect payment until your case is resolved. You will not have to pay anything up front.
Every case is unique. It all depends on how serious your injuries are and how long your doctor believes you need to be under their care. Once you are released from their care, we will collect and submit your bills and records to the insurance company and begin negotiations.
Personal injury cases are based on negligence, meaning you were harmed by someone else’s fault or intent. One of the most important considerations in determining whether or not to hire a personal injury attorney involves assessing damages (i.e. financial losses). If you have suffered damages (either compensatory or punitive) due to an accident or someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation via a personal injury civil lawsuit. Insurance often covers said damages, but when resulting expenses are complex or significant, injury victims are advised to contact a personal injury attorney for a consultation (Glen Howard offers free consultations and can explain your legal rights and options).Personal injury cases are based on negligence, meaning you were harmed by someone else’s fault or intent.