Your concerns are our concerns. Your job is to get better. Our job is to make sure that the only thing you have to worry about is getting better. We work to get you the insurance benefits you deserve and the treatment you need as you recover from your injuries. The goal is for you to resume your life with as little interruption as possible. When we understand the full scope of your injuries and their effect on your life, we determine the best way to proceed and aggressively pursue that course of action to get the compensation you deserve.
Things to Keep in Mind
Take Photos and Call the Police
Documentation of the crash is very important. Just because another driver apologizes and accepts fault initially doesn’t mean that things won’t change when the insurance companies get involved. Photograph the vehicles and always ask the police to come to the scene and document what happened.
The best thing you can do for your health and for your claim is to get the treatment you need. If you think you’ve been hurt in a crash, see a healthcare professional ASAP.
Be Wary of Signing Anything
Insurance companies will often get you to waive rights and release claims that you may have against the insurance companies or their insureds. Do not sign anything without careful consideration after speaking with an attorney.
A crash is never convenient. All of a sudden, you have to get medical care, replace or repair your vehicle, and deal with insurance companies. Our first goal is to help you shoulder these burdens and work through them. When you’re on track to receive the treatment and benefits you need, our primary focus shifts toward advancing your case and determining the most effective strategy for getting you full compensation.
Once you and your healthcare providers fully understand your injuries, our attorneys can determine the best way to get you a just result. We do not make these decisions lightly. Every aspect of your case will be considered before we recommend a course of action.
Insurance companies want to save money. They decide what to offer based on their financial risk, not on what is fair or just. An insurer will fairly compensate you only if we can convince them that a jury will see the true value of your case at trial. That’s why we treat every case as if we’re going to trial. But the ultimate decision to resolve your case or proceed to trial will always be yours.