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Why Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?


Posted On behalf of Pfeifer Morgan & Stesiak on Dec 19, 2016 in Personal Liability

reviewing forms with attorneyIf you were involved in an accident and suffered a severe injury, you may feel overwhelmed and confused about what to do next. You may be wondering if you can file a lawsuit, but are unsure if you have a case.

That is why you should consider contacting a personal injury attorney who has helped others in this situation.

A skilled attorney can advise you of your legal options and advocate for your best interests against insurance companies and lawyers for the defense.

An attorney also has in-depth knowledge of various aspects of personal injury cases and how they apply to your case, including:

  • Statutes of limitations
  • Notice requirements
  • Medical care compensation
  • Aggravation of preexisting injuries

Your attorney will know how to thoroughly evaluate your injury to help determine a fair amount of compensation for all of the damages you suffered. Your attorney will consider a variety of factors, such as the expected length of your recovery and current and future medical bills.

Personal injury lawyers understand the wide-ranging impact a permanent or long-term injury can have on your future. That is why they are dedicated to conducting an extensive investigation and building a strong case that gives you a chance to recover all of the compensation you are entitled.

Personal injury attorneys can negotiate with insurance companies and other parties to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. If a settlement cannot be reached, your attorney can bring your case to trial to achieve justice.

Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak’s personal injury team has recovered millions in compensation for many victims of negligence. We offer a free, no obligation legal consultation and do not charge legal fees unless your case has a favorable outcome.

Contact our skilled attorneys today by calling (844) 678-1800.