Getting You Answers After A Car Accident

If you are injured in a head-on collision, fender bender or a crash with a drunk driver, you probably have many pressing questions:

  • How can I secure and afford the kind of medical care I need?
  • How will I get around if my car has been totaled in a collision?
  • How will I pay my bills if I am unable to work?

At Gellhaus & Gellhaus, P.C., we can help you find the answers to these questions while protecting your rights and holding the responsible party accountable for the losses that you have sustained.

Before Talking To An Insurance Adjuster, Know Your Rights

When you are involved in an accident, it is important to remember that your insurance company's interests are not the same as your own. While you are trying to recover from your injuries and get back to your life, your insurer is building a case for providing the minimum amount of compensation possible.

For this reason, it is essential to contact an attorney right away after an accident. The earlier you secure legal representation, the smoother negotiating with your insurance company will be. The responsible party has trained insurance adjusters and attorneys working on his or her behalf; the best way to level the playing field and protect your rights is to seek legal help as early as possible.

Our lawyers have decades of combined experience handling personal injury claims and insurance disputes. We will fight for you to pursue the compensation that you deserve for your injuries, property damage and other losses.

Do Not Hesitate — Help Is Just A Phone Call Away

We take personal injury matters on a contingency basis, which means that we do not collect attorney fees unless we are able to recover compensation for you. It also means that there is no financial risk in scheduling a free initial consultation with one of our experienced Aberdeen car accident attorneys.

Please contact us online or give us a call at 605-277-4206 or toll free at 800-869-9579. We provide aggressive, dedicated representation to clients throughout Aberdeen and the surrounding area of northeastern South Dakota.