Accidents happen and are completely unexpected. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury caused in an accident which was someone else’s fault, you might be entitled to reimbursement. However, you have to be careful of insurance agents trying to settle your claim. Rarely these are ever fair and if you sign them, there is not a thing you can do later to get the justice you deserve.
Personal Injury Claim
Most insurance companies know that the best time to settle your claim would be at the accident site or just right after it. This is when you are most vulnerable and not thinking clearly. The insurance company agents are extremely good at persuading people that they don’t need to file a claim and that if they sign the insurance claim, they will get the best results possible. However, this is far from the truth.
To get the maximum results from your personal injury case, you need to hire a professional personal injury lawyer. It is more than enough that you had to suffer the consequences of your injury, so it’s only fair that you get the compensation you deserve.
Now, the question you should be asking yourself is not “should I hire a personal injury lawyer”, but rather “which personal injury lawyer should I hire”. Also, keep in mind that most people look for a car accident attorney or for a wrongful death attorney.
Personal Injury Law
The definition of a personal injury case is when one person suffers from an injury caused by some other person. The person who caused the accident which caused the injury can be held responsible by law. A personal injury case can become formalized through civil court proceedings that seek to find others legally at fault through a court judgment. Disputes might be resolved through informal settlement before any lawsuits takes place:
Aside from the types of personal injury cases, there is also a Statute of Limitations law which simply states that plaintiffs have a limited time in which to file for a lawsuit. This time begins to countdown the moment the plaintiff gets injured or finds the injury.
The Statute of Limitations is created by state law and varies by injury types. The time span also varies from state to state which is why it is important for you to work with a personal injury who knows all of the state laws where you got injured. Local lawyers will always have better experience than an outside attorney.
Questions to Ask a Personal Injury lawyer
You need to be aware of these in order to make the best possible choice in a personal injury attorney:
Personal Injury Lawyers in Hallandale Beach South Florida
At The Law Offices of Hallandale Injury Lawyer Robert J. Fenstersheib and Associates, you will find advocates for you and your injury ready to help the people who otherwise would have no hope. We feel your pain and, along with our legal expertise, offer understanding and compassion. We believe that each and every case we represent is truly an injury team effort and that your justice is our justice. With the right team behind you, you can win in this legal system.
Our team of professional lawyers reaches out to the injured first and foremost as good listeners. You can truly tell Robert your deepest fears and concerns about your injury, the protection and well-being of your family, your losses, and your hope for justice. We will explain things to you in a language which you will understand, and we will protect you against big interests and insurance companies. You will have the complete confidence you are not alone in your fight for justice.
Our firm’s main goal is helping those who are victims of terrible accidents which require legal assistance. To that end, we have represented countless accident victims with injuries resulting from auto accidents, truck accidents, slip and falls, as well as wrongful death claims. Our firm has also fought many class action lawsuits against large corporations.
We promise to fight for you and seek the maximum compensation for the injuries you or your loved one sustained from the accident. We understand that litigation can be expensive, especially when compounded with medical bills, which is why we work on a contingency basis meaning we do not get paid until you get paid.
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