Experiencing an accident that results in an injury can be devastating. On top of taking the necessary steps to physically heal, you could very well be exposed to other hardships. Issues such as medical bills, losing your job, or having to replace damaged property are added factors that undoubtedly make matters even worse. If you could just focus on getting better, a lot of that stress may be alleviated. I believe my job is to do just that. I’ll take on the legal affairs so you can shift to doing what you need to do to recover.
Should I file a lawsuit?
It’s not uncommon to second guess if you should take legal action. In fact, a lot of people speak about battling remorse or guilt in the decision to do so. When you feel this way, it’s important to keep in mind that a donation is not what we’re fighting for. Your goal and mine is simply to restore what was lost due to the negligence of someone else.
No, a lawsuit is not always the answer. Typically, you can receive a settlement that will compensate for most — if not all — of your medical costs and needs by your insurance company. With that being said, it’s unusual for an insurance company to dish out a settlement that’s fair to you. Usually, they will attempt to get you to take more of the blame so they can minimize as much payout as possible. Having legal representation is a crucial key to making certain that you’re adequately compensated. With me by your side, I’ll tackle their tricks and tough questions in order to ensure that you’re taken seriously.