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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.
An integral part of your lawsuit, the discovery process helps you and your attorney make sure all of the necessary information is correct. Paying close attention during this part of the process will ensure that your case is settled as quickly and smoothly as possible.
Print or develop any photos you took of the accident as soon as possible. Writing notations on each photo (such as the date, exact location, and where you were standing) will help you remember the important details later on.Collect any other records or receipts you may have, including tow receipts, vehicle repair receipts, witness names, insurance records, and so on.
Keep and organize all of your medical records pertaining to the accident in date order. Always make copies of your documents, as there are no guarantees you will get the originals back.
Depending on the type of accident, your pain and suffering may last a short time or a long time. Keeping your medical records well-organized will help you and your attorney show the court that you’re still suffering as a result of the injuries sustained in your accident.Because pain and suffering is often not visible to others, you’ll need your medical records to back up your case. Prescription records and surgery records in particular can help you demonstrate to the court that you’re still feeling the ill effects of your accident.
Once you’ve been through the previous steps, you and your attorney will discuss a possible settlement. This amount will be the figure that you both agree is reasonable compensation for what you’ve been through. It will then be presented to the other attorneys involved, and if everyone accepts, the court will ratify the agreement and you’ll be able to collect your settlement check.If the other side declines this amount or makes a counter offer, you can submit another counter offer or you may decide to go to trial. Always keep in mind that if you go to trial, there’s a chance that the court could order a lower settlement amount. Your attorney will help you make the right decision and will offer the best possible advice based on your individual case