Experienced legal counsel can make sure your case is handled properly from the very beginning. We know how to evaluate the specific factors in your case to determine who can be held liable and what options are available to help you recover.
Every case is unique and depends on the specific circumstances of your situation. However, you may be able to seek compensation for your current and future medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The value of your case is based on your medical records, severity of your injuries and several other factors that help determine liability.
Do not speak with the adjuster. Refer the adjuster to your insurance company or attorney. Also, do not speak with the attorney for the “at-fault” driver. Initially, the adjuster may tell you the reason for the call is to conduct a preliminary investigation. At that time, the adjuster may attempt to sound like your friend and even offer to pay your medical bills. If this happens, the adjuster’s real purpose is to convince you to settle your claim for a modest amount of money before you know how seriously you were injured. The insurance company may ask you to sign a Release. Unless you are ready to close your claim, DO NOT SIGN THE RELEASE.
You might be entitled to recover money damages for all losses and expenses they incur as a result of an accident. The following is a partial list.
- Medical bills (doctor bills, hospital bills, surgery expenses, diagnostic charges, physical therapy, personal care nursing fees, prescription medicines, and others),
- Lost Wages, including overtime,
- Pain & Suffering,
- Physical Disability,
- Permanent Scars
- Emotional Trauma,
- Mental Anguish,
- Loss of Enjoyment,
- Loss of Love & Affection,
- Mental Disability,
- Property Damage,
- All out of pocket expenses (transportation charges, house cleaning, grass cutting, and others).
Individuals and companies can be held liable for negligent or reckless actions that contribute to your injury. Our attorneys can carefully evaluate your accident to determine who can be held liable in your case. Some examples of who can be held liable include motorists, truck drivers, trucking companies and manufacturers.
You should speak with an attorney as soon as possible after being injured in an accident. An attorney can protect your rights and make sure all factors are explored to help you obtain the best possible outcome. You only have a limited time to file a lawsuit so it is best to contact us right away to start discussing your case.
The most important thing is to get well – see your doctor & follow your doctor’s orders. Do not discuss the accident or give a statement to the insurance company or attorney for the “at-fault” driver. Remember: “What You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You!” Instruct them to call your insurance company or your attorney. Call an attorney to discuss your claim. Most attorneys do not charge for an initial consultation in accident cases.