Have you have been injured in an accident due to another person’s negligence and left with significant physical injuries that require long-term medical treatment? Have you been forced to take time off from work due to the severity of your injuries? Getting the help of a personal injury lawyer may be your best decision. Your personal injury lawyer will examine the details of your case and work hard to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
The following are some things a personal injury lawyer will do for you:
Provide important legal advice: An experienced and knowledgeable personal injury lawyer will instruct you on important issues and topics related to your accident. He or she can help you understand your legal rights and advise you on how to proceed with your claim.
Gather evidence: Your lawyer can gather evidence such as the police report, witness statements, medical reports, employment documents and reports and the property damage report to support your claim. This evidence may establish liability for who caused the accident and demonstrate the extent of the damages you have suffered.
Negotiate with the insurance company: Many insurance companies try to take advantage of plaintiffs who do not have a lawyer. An experienced personal injury lawyer will know what your injuries are worth. Your lawyer can negotiate with the insurance company and help you get the legitimate compensation you deserve.
Take your case to trial, if necessary: If your personal injury lawyer is unable to negotiate and reach a fair and reasonable settlement on your behalf, he or she will proceed to file a lawsuit in civil court. During the trial, your lawyer will examine and cross-examine witnesses, and argue to the jury that you are entitled to the damages you are claiming.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, it is important that you are represented by a personal injury lawyer. At Ganim Injury Lawyers, our personal injury lawyers have years of experience supporting injury victims and we know how to win your case. Call 203-445-6542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.