The moments, days and months following an accident can be overwhelming. You may be wondering if you need to hire a personal injury lawyer or if you can file a claim on your own.
Although there is no requirement that you hire a personal injury lawyer to handle your claim, there are certain situations in which it is in your best interest to have an experienced professional by your side.
The amount of compensation your claim may be worth is determined based on the severity of your injuries. This is determined based on the types of injuries you sustained, the amount of time it will take to recover and the amount of medical bills that are associated with your injuries.
Naturally, more severe injuries will require more medical care, which can add up. In these situations, it is vital to have an experienced lawyer by your side who can help negotiate the maximum amount of compensation you need to cover your medical expenses.
The laws and regulations surrounding medical malpractice claims are particularly complex. If you have been injured because of a medical professional’s carelessness, negligence or incompetence, you should not attempt to bring a medical malpractice claim without the help of an experienced lawyer.
Disputes with the Insurance Company
Often, the insurance company will do everything it can to pay out as little as possible for your claim. Sometimes, this is taken to the extreme in cases in which the insurance provider wrongfully refuses to pay a claim, delays payment of a claim or completely denies a valid claim. In these instances, it is in your best interest to have an experienced lawyer by your side.
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers
The personal injury lawyers at Greg Monforton & Partners have been helping injury victims and their families throughout Windsor for decades. We can help ensure that your rights are protected and that you get the compensation you deserve after an accident.
To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today for a free, no obligation consultation.
Call (866) 320-4770 or complete a Free Case Evaluation form.