Most of the time, car accidents involve at least two vehicles. As such, the claims process usually involves conducting an investigation to determine which driver was at fault for the accident, and then the at-fault driver’s liability insurance offering a settlement to the not-at-fault party for damages.
But what happens if your vehicle is the only one involved in a crash?
At the law office of MG Law, we understand that if you’ve been in a single-vehicle crash, you may have questions about what your rights are, what the process looks like, and whether or not you can recover compensation for any damages you’ve suffered. Here’s what you should know about single-vehicle car accidents and how our law firm can help.