Car accidents are not only traumatic and can cause great physical bodily harm but can also be very expensive. There are many damages that a victim of a car accident may suffer, including physical injuries, property damage, pain and suffering, time off of work, and more. All of these damages may be compensable for individuals with car accidents that qualify for filing a car accident claim. That is, a victim may be able to secure financial compensation to pay for them.

Due to the complexity of Pennsylvania fault laws, and the generally complicated nature of injury claims, an attorney can be helpful in these situations. If you were in a car accident in Pennsylvania, you might be able to recover the money that you need to pay for your damages, like car repairs, for example. To assist you with your claim, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the car accident attorneys at the O’Donnell Law Offices today.

Best Advice to Minimize Car Repair Costs

Any time you can find a way to get a quality product or service at the most budget-friendly price possible, then you are keeping more money in your wallet. This is especially true when an unexpected and potentially very pricey expense comes about, like car repairs. Car repair costs are notorious for being expensive, and depending on where you go, the prices can vary widely. For this reason, if you need to have your car repaired, the following tips may help you minimize the financial impact of that work.

  • Due to the wide variation that can come with car repair quotes, getting more than one for the work you need is best. Also, get more than one opinion on what work is necessary because this too can be different from one repair shop to the next.
  • You may not need to use original equipment manufacturer parts for your car’s repairs. These parts are typically considerably more expensive than aftermarket parts which may also be able to get the job done of fixing your car. So, ask questions and do some research before you pay the premium price that comes with OEM parts.
  • Never operate your vehicle when it is damaged and needs to have repairs. This puts you and everyone around you at significant risk of another accident. Also, doing so can exacerbate the damage your car has already sustained and make things worse. As a result, you may have to pay for even more work to be done than you would have had to if you refrained from driving.

Speak to a Northeast Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorney Today

If you are able to obtain compensation from a car accident claim in Pennsylvania, not taking legal action is like leaving money on the table. When a careless and reckless party causes your harm, holding them accountable for their actions is a must.

For more information, please schedule a free initial consultation with a personal injury attorney at the O’Donnell Law Offices serving clients in Kingston, Wilkes Barre, Hazleton, and Pittston at 570-821-5717 or online today. There is no fee or cost until we win your case.


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