Personal Injury

Recovering What You're Owed

Losses from Personal Injury

Personal injury claims include things like car wrecks, slip (or trip) and fall accidents, accidents at work, assault claims, and product defect injuries. It also includes medical and dental malpractice, and industrial accident or disease cases, including repetitive strain injury cases.

What can we recover? Measurable costs like your medical expenses, your lost earnings, and your property damage. We can also recover for your pain and suffering, loss of a loved one's companionship, or emotional distress. In some cases, other types of loss reimbursement can also be sought.

Stubborn Auto Insurance

Defendants and Insurance Companies

Defendants, and their insurance companies, routinely deny claims or make offers for less than a case is worth. They are not in business to pay a cent more than they have to. If they can get away with paying less, they will. And they have to be fought at every step for a fair recovery of all your losses.

Typically, they will try to settle early, before you have received proper medical examination and treatment. If you are hurt, you need to wait until your medical condition has improved to the best that it will be. You do not need to settle before you know how bad your losses are - all of the injuries you've suffered, the permanency of the injuries, the lasting impairment of strength and range of movement, the amount of pain it is going to give you, and other similar factors.

Insurance Companies

Health Insurance

Your health insurance may demand you repay them

If health insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare paid any part of your medical bills, they may demand that you reimburse them. They will demand that you reimburse them out of any settlement or judgment you get.

There are ways to object to and defeat some of these claims. Some of the claims, on the other hand, will be upheld by the courts. The rules and exceptions are voluminous, and seem to keep changing.

Call or email to discuss your claim and issues. We would of course like to represent you…
but regardless of whether you hire us, we are willing to schedule a free consultation.