Dealing with insurance companies, doctors, and the police after a car accident or other traumatic event can be stressful for anyone. Those who are injured often miss work in order to attend doctor’s appointments and are unable to perform day-to-day tasks for a period of time. They frequently are unable to exercise or to engage in the hobbies that they enjoyed before they were injured. Our firm analyzes each case’s facts and frequently seeks compensation for our clients’ pain, suffering, lost wages, and loss of enjoyment of life.
Having an attorney represent you in the earliest stages of a case can have a great impact on its outcome. The insurance company will attempt to interview witnesses and record their statements as soon as possible following an accident or injury.
Giving the insurance company a statement before you have spoken with an attorney can be very damaging to your case.
Injured people need an attorney to communicate with the insurance company on their behalf, to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of a case in accordance with the relevant law, to obtain documents from the insurance company, to maximize the amount of any potential settlement, to attend depositions, and to appear in court on their behalf.