TRAFFIC LAW

Traffic law regulates an essential part of our lifes. Agility is important for our daily living and is coevally an essential condition for our economic cycle.the impact of mobility is reflected by the growing volume of traffic we can monitor on our roads. The increasing traffic causes a rising number of road accidents. Anyone who has not experienced a damaging event on his own yet, may call himself lucky, as in most cases you do not even have to the choice.

 

Not only companies are dependent on mobility; Joe Bloggs´ economic existence can also depend on his ability to manage his daily way to work by car. Joe, who is not familiar with the handling of authorities, insurance companies and expect witnesses experiences new challenges having a car accident  - we can give you a hand!!


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CLAIM ADJUSTMENT

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFENCE

The main emphasis of our advice and traffic law is claim adjustment of your accidental damage; we are quick and our service is uncomplicated, clearingyour right for compensation with insurance companies, expert witnesses, under certain circumstances with your opponent and certainly with your garage. We will assist you even if your accident took place abroad.

 

You may also expect us to help you with any kind of administrative offences-just give us a call.

 

 

 


 


 

 


Rechtsanwalt

Christoph Sochanowski

Heiliger Weg 11

D-44135 Dortmund


Telefon: 0049-231-84160974

Fax:      0049-231-84160975

e-Mail  info@interessen-vertretung.de

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Verkehrsunfall im Ausland

Wer sich nach einem unverschuldeten Verkehrsunfall im Ausland um seine Rechte bemüht, scheitert oft schon an einer Sprachenbarriere. In diesen Fällen können wir Ihnen zum berechtigten Ersatz Ihres Schadens verhelfen.

 

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