When you file an insurance claim, one of the at-fault parties' insurance adjusters evaluates your case, then decides how much money to offer you for your injuries.
So the insurance adjuster responsible for your case doesn't work for you, they work for the insurance company of the person or corporation that hurt you. And usually, that insurance company's goal is to pay you as little as possible.
Then, with so much paperwork, so many legal technicalities, and an insurance company between you and your compensation, the process can become overwhelming and unmanageable.
That's why I recommend reaching out to a personal injury attorney before accepting a settlement for your wrongful death or injury case. Then at least one lawyer involved is working for you.
When you call my office, we'll discuss and evaluate your case. I've handled hundreds of personal injury cases, and I'll know how to guide the process to a successful outcome.
If we obtain a settlement or verdict on your behalf, my legal fees will be paid from the settlement proceeds, not out of your pocket. If you do not receive a financial recovery, then no legal fees will be charged for your case.
I understand that this process can be frustrating, and I'd be happy to take over from here.
Want to talk about your case? You can call me, email me, or fill out a secure form and ask me to contact you.