Thank you for your input. I was in a Wrangler so I am not sure if that helps or hurts my situation.
What year was the wrangler and on what date did the wreck occur?
The model is 2007. I'd rather not give the specific date because I'm weary on putting too much info on line, but it occurred within the last three weeks.
I've done some research but would prefer to discuss your case outside of the public domain. Please feel free to contact me at (706) 722-2014 and I will tell you what I've found thus far.
One more thing, it is impossible to bring a products liability case if the evidence is materially altered, lost or destroyed. If you have already settled your property damage claim with the adverse insurance company ask the adjustor to put a "litigation hold" on it so that it is not salvaged - when you do this be sure to get confirmation that you won't be billed for a daily storage fee. As a general rule, if your jeep has already been towed to one of there partner lots, you shouldn't be billed and that should buy you some time to consider your options. Also, and I should have mentioned this earlier, talk to friends and family who have obtained the services of a lawyer and were pleased with that lawyer's capabilities. Even if that particular lawyer doesn't practice personal injury law, they will be able to tell you who you should talk to. Law is still a pretty small circle and our personal injury clients are often referred to us from real estate lawyers, family lawyers, wills trust & estate lawyers, etc. An ethical lawyer who doesn't focus on personal injury law will put you in touch with the right person. With kindest regards,
Andrew P. Copenhaver