We are a top-rated law office with an award-winning team of Personal Injury Lawyers who can aid you if you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident, car accident, big-rig truck accident, bus accident, bicycle accident, dog bite, slip and fall, wrongful death, or medical malpractice. You can contact us fighting hard to get you the compensation you need and deserve because we charge no legal fees unless and until we get a monetary recovery for you.
A person’s or a company’s negligence can result in serious injury. You do not have to feel alone if you have been hurt or injured in an accident of any kind. It isn’t easy to navigate the legal system on your own. You are already stressed; adding a legal struggle may be too much for you. Furthermore, many injuries might have long-term consequences. Your time should be spent on healing and possibly adjusting to a new way of life. When you contact TheLawNetworks.com, you will interact with a skilled attorney who is dedicated to supporting you in getting the compensation you require and deserve.
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There are various ways in which a person can be wounded. It only takes one careless individual. If you are suffering due to another person’s poor decisions, you need someone knowledgeable about a wide range of personal injury situations. That is where we are prepared. When it comes to personal injury lawsuits, we don’t have any boundaries. We are committed to assisting you during this difficult period.
If you have been damaged or injured in an accident of any kind, you do not have to feel alone – Contact TheLawNetworks.com. Our experienced personal injury lawyers are here to assist!
Physical Injury Isn't Everything
Insurance companies will try their best to get you to settle as soon as possible. They may offer you a significant amount of cash in the middle of your problems. Don’t be tricked; insurance companies almost never give enough money to cover everything. You will require reimbursement for more than just your injuries and hospital fees. It would be best if you also considered the stress and suffering linked with your traumatic incident. Severe injuries frequently necessitate years of physical treatment.
- There may be additional medical expenses.
- The damage may cause you emotional distress.
- You may have lost your work as a result of your injuries.
- Your property may sustain damage that must be compensated for.
- While you are rehabilitating, you may miss out on certain possibilities.
- Injuries can even influence the course of your life, such as your relationship status.
Is it really necessary to contact and hire a personal injury lawyer to handle my case?
Hiring an expert personal injury lawyer increases your chances of winning your case and receiving the money you deserve. You are not obligated by law to hire a personal injury lawyer to handle your damage claim. You could complete all of the appropriate papers and represent yourself in court.
Can you settle a personal injury case without a lawyer?
There are many things you can accomplish without a lawyer that is not advised: getting a divorce, buying a business, selling a house, making an estate plan, and so on. It makes sense to get a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer before attempting to enter into settlement negotiations without a lawyer.
There are numerous risks to attempting to settle a personal injury matter without the assistance of a personal injury lawyer. First, the insurance company you’re working with is quite knowledgeable about reviewing and negotiating personal injury claims. No matter how wise you are, the specialist who handles personal injury lawsuits for a living will always have an advantage.
Second, in addition to receiving the highest potential settlement offer, an unrepresented claimant may need to be made aware of additional factors. Claimants, for example, are frequently required to repay the organizations that made payments on their behalf, most notably their own vehicle and health insurance companies. The claimant may believe that their medical bills are being paid, but this may not be the case. As a result, they may be able to reach an agreement in which none of the proceeds wind up in their own pockets. They may even end up in debt as a result of the settlement they reach on their own.
Unrepresented claimants can certainly manage small personal injury claims on their own, but if the harm is mild to severe, it is better to contact a personal injury attorney for a free, no-obligation consultation.
Is it worthwhile to join our network of personal injury lawyers?
According to research, personal injury lawyers get their clients more than 3.5 times what claimants without a personal injury lawyer get.
Now, keep in mind that in a severe damage case, an experienced and professional personal injury lawyer may obtain hundreds of times what an unrepresented claimant would receive on their own.
On the other hand, if the injuries are minor, even the most significant personal injury lawyers will only be able to acquire a little more than an unrepresented claimant could get on their own.
The choice to hire a personal injury lawyer should be taken jointly by the claimant and an experienced and professional personal injury lawyer. Most excellent personal injury lawyers will be upfront and notify a potential client if they can add significant value to a claimant’s case. Personal injury lawyers usually provide free consultations, so it’s worth calling.
When should you consult a personal injury lawyer?
If you’ve been injured in an accident and your case requires the services of a personal injury lawyer, your next concern may be, when should I contact one? As quickly as possible is the answer. The appropriate lawyer will get your case started in the right direction so that you may get your life back on track.
To begin, evidence, such as any video footage, must be saved and collected. Pictures of scenes, automobiles, and injuries are required. Witnesses must be interviewed while their memories are still fresh. Given the nature of their losses, injured claimants may require assistance in determining the appropriate form of medical care.
This is not to argue that lawyers should refer clients to doctors, but an accident lawyer may need to advise injured clients on what form of therapy to seek and what type of care to avoid. A person injured in an accident may believe he can go to his local massage parlor to relieve his ailments, only to discover later that his insurance company would not pay for alternative medical therapy, nor will a Judge or jury award damages for that form of treatment.
In addition, insurance adjusters may begin calling injured people in search of recorded statements. Those statements virtually never work in the victim’s favor. Personal Injury Lawyers must advise injured clients on how to deal with insurance adjusters or whether or not to speak with the opposing insurance company at all.
Finally, there are time constraints associated with each form of personal injury case, known as Statutes of Limitations. Thinking you know how much time you have just to be wrong afterward happens more frequently than you might believe. The outcomes are disastrous.
What Kinds of Damages Give Rise to Compensation Claims?
The following are some of the causes of compensation.
- Medical Expenses
- Damage to property
- Disability and Suffering
- Costs of Rehabilitation
- Income Loss
- Several Years of Physical Therapy
- Emotional Anxiety or Distress
- Loss of Life Pleasure
- Loss of Companionship
- Missed Opportunities
What are personal injury lawyers looking for?
When a personal injury lawyer is contacted by an injured claimant through our network, the lawyer can and should ask hundreds of questions literally. However, there are three major issues that almost every personal injury lawyer needs to be answered during the initial consultation:
- What caused the accident?
- How serious are the injuries and damages?
- What kind of insurance is required?
What is the distinction between a personal injury attorney and a medical malpractice attorney?
On the other hand, medical malpractice is a subset of personal injury law. For example, medical malpractice occurs when a doctor injures one of his patients irresponsibly. This is analogous to a driver who carelessly injures another driver by rear-ending him, which is a common personal injury case. Most “medical practice lawyers” have handled or are handling regular personal injury cases.
A normal personal injury case does not necessitate the financial or time investment that a medical negligence case entail. Investigation and prosecution of medical malpractice cases might take many years (3-5). Your typical personal injury case does not qualify (or should not). In addition, the lawyer’s out-of-pocket expenses for investigating and prosecuting a medical negligence case may range from $50,000 to several hundred thousand dollars.
A typical personal injury case does not cost anywhere like that much. Handling a medical malpractice lawsuit frequently necessitates extensive knowledge of the medicine involved, whereas a typical injury case most likely does not. Regardless of the type of lawsuit you or a loved one has; it is critical to choose a lawyer with a successful track record in the subset of law that your case covers.
Who pays my medical fees if you are injured in an accident?
As with most concerns about accidents and injuries, the answer is based on the state where the accident occurred. Of course, laws range from one state to the next.
Many people who are injured in an accident believe that the at-fault party is responsible for paying their medical fees. They seek treatment and then wait for the at-fault party’s insurance company to pay their expenses, which rarely occurs. The injured victim then receives a letter from a collection agency, and not only does the person have injuries to cope with, but also a messed-up credit record.
We advise our clients that, in the event of a traffic accident, there are usually three options for paying medical bills: your own health insurance, your automobile insurance, and your own wallet. Of course, individuals don’t appreciate hearing that their insurance should cover the bills or that they may have to pay part out of pocket.
An injury lawyer will work to have you and your insurance company compensated. This, however, is likely to occur at the time of settlement, which could be months or even years after the accident. Regardless, it is prudent to ensure that medical costs are paid to the greatest extent possible along the way, even if you disagree with who is paying them.
How much should I be compensated for my pain and suffering?
There is no correct answer. There is no such thing as a formula. Personal injury lawyers used to try to settle disputes using a multiplier formula – two to three times special. That, however, is no longer the case. I’ve been a personal injury attorney since 1995, and that method of judging injury cases has been largely obsolete since then. Using a non-existent multiplier formula, major injury cases settle for hundreds of times the specials, whereas lesser injury cases face significant difficulty in collecting the specials.
Each personal injury case should be considered on its own merits. Many criteria should be considered when making these assessments. Of course, the nature of the injuries, losses, and insurance available are likely the most important factors. But there are many others: the jurisdiction in which the matter will be fought, the quality of medical expense, the presentation of the injured client, and the presentation of the at-fault party. The list goes on and on.
Our Devotion to You
Our award-winning personal injury lawyers will thoroughly investigate your case. We even provide a free consultation. One of our expert attorneys will listen to your case and guide you through the facts. We know how to listen as well as fight for you. Allow TheLawNetworks.com to be your advocate. We understand the legal system and how to obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Our personal injury lawyers will take the time to learn about you and your situation. We are committed to aiding you; our attention will be on your personal injuries as well as any pain and suffering caused by your injury.