Injured? The law is on your side.
When you have been seriously injured through the negligence of another, we can help you recover.
The law is setup to allow you to recover when someone else causes you damages through their negligent actions. Have you lost a loved one due to the actions of another? Have you been hit by a car or big rig? Have you been hurt when using a product? Were you severely sickened by food? You have rights. The law is on your side, but it’s complicated to seek recovery then collect. We know the law. Time is ticking and limited. We can help you collect:
- Actual losses
- Past, present, and future medical costs
- Pain, suffering, and grief due to loss
- Lost past and future income
- Punitive damages
Timing is critical. Once a loss occurs you have a limited time to present your claims. Call us today at 1-800-588-2593 to discover your rights and options.
In most cases, when you are injured through someone else’s negligence, an insurance company will step in to protect the party that injured you. That insurance company has an interest to reduce the amount you receive. Claim “adjusting” is designed to adjust your claim down.
Insurance companies are looking for anything that can reduce the amount they pay. One thing that can hurt you is you. Statements you make can be used against you when attempting to recover. A lawyer advocates on your behalf. We handle the claims adjusters and the other side’s attorneys. We know how to present your case in such a way so that you are able to receive the maximum available.
Before you talk to an insurance company, you should talk to an attorney. Call us today at 1-800-588-2593 for protection against the insurance company.
Be careful with insurance companies
The insurance company works for the other side, you need someone to work for you.
Preparation is key.
From the moment of your injury you’re setting up your case.
Be as alert as possible following an injury, the details of how, where, what, when and why will matter. For instance, in a vehicle accident: the time of day, traffic and road conditions, and the other driver’s activities will be important to note. As soon as possible, record as much of the details as you can remember. If you’re able you or someone close should take pictures of the vehicles, the road, the location, and any visible injuries present. Take notice of all doctors seen, when, why. Keep a log of your pain, when it happens, and what the impact has on your psyche, job, and body. Maintain paystubs and records related to any loss due to your inability to perform your job. Keep bills, even if they are paid by any insurance you might have. We are usually able to recover the pre-insurance value of prescriptions and procedures.
Unexpected medical bills are the #1 cause of personal bankruptcy. Having the facts on your side is half the battle, presenting them in such a way as to compel the other party (and the insurance company) to settle is the other. We know how important it is to recover what you are due, as fast as possible. Call us today at 1-800-588-2593 to present your case in its best light and maximize your recovery.