Personal Injury

Personal Injury
It is very important to take precautions following an auto accident to better preserve your rights and entitle you to the highest amount of compensation available for the personal injury. It is also very important to avoid making any statements or signing any documents following an accident without first consulting with an attorney. Any and all information you may inadvertently convey to others can be legally binding and can be used against you.

Law Offices of Jane Chung, APLC provides representation to the individual who have been injured in vehicular accidents. We handle automobile, bus, airplane, bicycle, motorcycle, and pedestrian accident cases. All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means we will not receive any fee unless we recover money damages on your case. We help the individual to seek the proper compensation they are qualified for as a result of the personal injury.

Please contact our office if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you and pushing your case forward to a successful resolution in the future.

  • Automobile Accident
  • Bus/Airplane Accident
  • Bicycle/Motorcycle Accident
  • Pedestrian Accident
  • Death Accident
  • Lawsuit of Insurance Companies
Auto Accident Preparation and Reporting Tips
  1. Always carry your Driver’s License, Vehicle Registration, and Proof of Insurance.
  2. Your safety is most important. If you are blocking traffic, pull off to the side of the road or into a well-lighted parking lot and turn off your vehicle’s engine. If your car does not work, turn on the warning lights or open your hood to warn other drivers in the area.
  3. Do not hesitate to call 911. Even in a minor accident, it is important to make sure there is a legal accident report. Do not leave the scene until the police file a full report.
  4. Gather information on any witnesses who may have seen the accident. Gather their name, telephone number, and address. Note the weather, road and lighting conditions, and any other pertinent details. Get as much information as you can.
  5. Do not accept any fault, even if you believe the accident may have been your fault. Take pictures of the damage and the area of the accident. Use a camera/cell phone or the disposable camera in your car.
  6. Please keep a copy of Auto Accident Information Form in your glove compartment. Use the Form to exchange names, address, license numbers, and etc.
  7. Accident Memo

    Download Auto Accident Information Form (PDF)
    Download Auto Accident Preparation and Reporting Tips (PDF)