If you've been hurt, we're here to bring you justice.
After being injured in an accident, you may not know what to do next. Remember that you have rights under the law, and that there is a process you need to go through to get the compensation you deserve. We're here to help answer your questions and guide you through this process.
Under the law, people who are injured or suffer harm due to another party’s negligence have the right to be compensated. You may have been hurt in a slip-and-fall at someone else's home or business. It could be that you were badly injured in a winter weather-related accident or during a recreational activity. As a result of that injury, you may be faced with medical bills, lost wages if you can't work and other expenses.
Cases involving severe injury are often complex. In order to get the compensation that you deserve, you may need help from an experienced personal injury attorney. If you suffer a brain injury or a permanent disability, you may be entitled to compensation to cover the cost of your accident-related expenses not just now, but in the future as well. You may also be eligible for pain and suffering, especially if the injury leads to chronic pain.
Recovering compensation after a serious injury should be simple. Unfortunately, the reality is this process can be extremely complicated. A lot of insurance companies use different tactics to reduce their liability and avoid paying out large claims.
They may argue that your injuries were due to a pre-existing condition or were actually suffered much later. They might deliberately ignore or downplay certain sources of compensation, or even argue that you were at fault. That’s when getting an experienced personal injury lawyer in your corner is a good idea.
If you’ve been hurt, our law firm can deal with the insurance company and help you hold the negligent party accountable. Contact us to schedule your free case evaluation. We offer representation on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no fees unless we make a financial recovery in your case.