Auto Collisions

Todd Sailer fights for his clients to get the compensation they deserve for the injuries and trauma they experienced in auto collisions in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. While each and every auto collision is different, each incident requires an attorney who will fight with tenacity to get you the compensation you deserve for medical bills and other expenses, so you can focus on making a full recovery.

Todd Sailer will work hours on end, doing his utmost to make sure you receive a favorable ruling in your personal injury case and getting you the maximum compensation to which you are entitled. Auto collision cases can be tricky to handle, and seeking out professional representation is something anyone who has been in a crash should consider.

He have represented clients in cases such as:

  • Rear-end collisions
  • Head-on collisions
  • Drunk driver crashes
  • Hit and runs
  • Truck collisions
  • Motorcycle collisions


Auto Collision Lawyer in Pennsylvania

Each year in the United States, there are approximately 2.35 million injuries that occur because of vehicular crashes; tragically, over 37,000 of those people will be fatally injured. If you or a loved one have suffered through the traumatic event of an auto collision, you may be entitled to compensation. In order to maximize the amount of compensation you can receive, it is important to collect all available evidence and follow car accident protocol to make your case is as strong as possible.

  1. Get to a Safe Location

After you have been in a car accident, the first thing you should do is make sure you and your passengers are safe. If possible, you should always try to move your vehicle to the side of the road. If the damage to your vehicle is too severe, the best thing to do is put on your flashers and call 911.

  1. Make a Police Report

Anytime you’re involved in an accident, you should contact the police. The responding officers will create an accident report and take photos, which you may be able to use later as evidence for your case.

  1. Collect Important Information


Some of the most important pieces of information you should gather after your crash are:

  • Time and date of the incident
  • Accident location
  • Driver’s name, phone number, and license information
  • Vehicle registration number
  • License plate number
  • Insurance information
  • Damages to your vehicle


Full Tort or Limited Tort?

Another thing to consider when you are fighting an auto collision case in Pennsylvania is whether you purchased the full tort option or limited option when you purchased your car insurance. If you have the full tort option, as the victim of a car crash you can sue the driver at fault for compensation for both damages and trauma inflicted. Under the limited tort option, the grounds to sue are more restricted, and you may not be able to receive full compensation.

If you’ve been in a car accident, call Todd Sailer today at 267-838-2016 to schedule a consultation.