Accident Insurance Claims and Settlements Attorney
We seek fair insurance settlements whenever possible, but are prepared to go to court for you.
In cases involving serious injuries, disputed liability, or insurance coverage problems that could frustrate collection of the full measure of your damages, the filing of a lawsuit by an experienced lawyer is usually essential to a favorable outcome. Sometimes, it is necessary to file a lawsuit, however, if your case can be settled without filing a time consuming lawsuit we will let you know. However, in some relatively simple cases involving minor damages, we may be able to recover fair compensation in a settlement agreement.
Any successful personal injury claim involves solving three main problems:
1. Establishing the liability/responsibility of one or more defendants
2. Proving the client’s damage; and
3. Identifying a source of compensation — usually an insurance company policy — capable of paying the damages proved.
Insurance Companies Are Businesses — Not Your Legal Advocate
It is important that you contact an attorney before you sign any settlement an insurance company has offered; insurance company are businesses — not legal advocates on your side. They will almost always attempt to offer you the least amount possible for your accident.
Our law firm help accident victims who have been seriously injured through a wide variety of negligent circumstances, including:
- Auto accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Truck or commercial vehicle accidents
- Sports and recreational accidents
- Workplace Accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Dangerous or defective products
- Unsafe property conditions
We combine the ability to act quickly to preserve evidence and protect a client’s interests along with having patience to let the case develop as the client undergoes often extensive medical treatment. While the decision always belongs to the client, we recommend settling a case later for its full value rather than resolving it sooner for a fraction of its actual worth.