FAQ’s

Below are some of the questions sent to Eshel Law Firm each week. Please contact us today at 1-877-592-5131 if you have any questions we have not answered below and to arrange your free consultation.

What do I do if I am involved in an automotive accident?

Automobile accidents are frightening, and can leave you shaken and confused. The following is a list of important steps we recommend you take after an accident:

1) Immediately after the accident, try to obtain details from all parties involved including their names, addresses, phone numbers, and insurance policies. We recommend you also get the details of any witnesses to the accident.

2) To claim your accident benefits, it is important you or a family member report the accident to the police within 24 hours. You should also let your insurer know you have been injured in an accident within seven days of the incident.

It is very important that you submit your Accident Benefits Claim within 30 days of the accident.

3) Make sure that you are seen by a doctor (your family physician, or a doctor at a hospital or walk-in-clinic). Information obtained after the accident is important to have when making your claim.

Who will pay my medical bills?

All medical and rehabilitation benefits incurred as a result of an automobile accident should be paid by your insurance company. The amount of your benefits will depend on the nature of your injury.

What if I am unable to go back to work?

You are entitled to income benefits through your benefits provider.

Why choose Eshel Law Firm?

Eshel Law Firm has the experience you need to achieve the benefits and settlement you deserve.

Our clients are motor vehicle accident victims. We do not work with insurance companies. Our only goal is to help you achieve the benefits and settlements you deserve.

The Eshel Law Firm team is dedicated to providing you with top-quality service and care. Our extensive network of medical professionals provide top-quality medical and rehabilitative care.

Do I have to pay any up-front fees?

No. Eshel Law Firm only gets paid when you get paid. No legal fees are paid up front when working with our firm.

We will fight to get you the benefits you deserve, and get paid when you get paid.