Frequently Asked Questions
Insurance companies hope that you do not hire a lawyer so they do not have to pay fair compensation. If every insurance company did its job, lawyers wouldn’t be needed. Unfortunately, insurance companies have made it their business to make the claims process frustrating and difficult so their clients either don’t make a claim or settle for less than their claim is worth. Our lawyers make every effort to ensure you receive fair compensation.
Every case is as unique as each individual client. The timeline varies for each case. We work to resolve your case at the earliest possible opportunity. When insurance companies refuse to pay a fair settlement, we file a suit and fight for you until they do.
Consultations are always free. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid when you get paid. In your free consultation, we will explain the lawsuit and payment process.
The value of your case depends on the severity of your injuries. Since every case is different, every settlement/verdict is also different.
Gather as much information as you can like the name of parties to the claim, witness information, phone numbers, license plate numbers, pictures of the accident, and insurance details.
It is always beneficial to document as much as possible to support your claim. Even if first responders take photos of the scene, you should take your own photos if the scene is safe. Pictures from all possible angles can help when accidents are reconstructed.
Yes, absolutely. Although the insurance company would try to convince you otherwise, you should not give up. Every year the insurance companies make billions of dollars of profit from non-payment of claims. Our specialized attorneys will ensure you get an adequate compensation amount from the insurance company. They will work in close association with you and help you out with all the legal formalities.