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Our trial proven lawyers will fight for you to win your legal matter.
Whether in trial or a settlement, our lawyers are experienced in getting the compensation you deserve.
None of the attorneys in the 1800-HURT-511 network require an out-of-pocket fee. When you enter a contingency fee contract, you and your attorney are in agreement that the attorney will not be paid any fees unless you win your case.
Contact us to learn more about the attorney fee structure for successful injury cases.
Our network of experienced injury attorneys are here to help you navigate the confusing legal process — so you can concentrate on recovering from your accident. We will fight on your behalf, using successful legal strategies, to help you win your case and secure you the highest possible settlement sum.
Your personal injury case may take anywhere from a few months to over 14 months to settle, depending on the type and seriousness of the accident and the severity of the injuries sustained.
Our network of experienced injury attorneys have tens of years of experience helping injury claim clients just like you. As seasoned professionals, they understand the intricacies of the complex legal proceedings and know how to ensure you receive each and every benefit you’re entitled to.
The first step is for our legal team to gather all the necessary records related to your case, including medical records, medical bills, and insurance policy information. These documents will help us understand your injury, and build a case for your compensation.
We will investigate your accident in detail to compile evidence. We may look at your dashcam footage, security camera footage, police records, and more to build your case.
Your experienced attorney will negotiate with the defense lawyers, outside of the courtroom, to get you the compensation you may be entitled to for your injuries.If settlement negotiations are not successful, your attorney is ready to go to trial and represent you in front of a judge and jury.