An injury due to someone else’s conduct can turn your life upside down. On top of your physical and emotional recovery, you face practical concerns such as lost wages and mounting medical bills. But it can be even more stressful trying to get a fair settlement from the responsible party or their insurance company.
If you have been injured, or a loved one has been injured or killed, you need to act quickly. Cases can be won or lost on evidence that quickly disappears. Moreover, there are strict legal deadlines for bringing injury, abuse, insurance and wrongful death claims. Delay benefits the responsible party and the insurance company, not you. Call today or request a free confidential case evaluation.
Insurance companies keep track of personal injury lawyers and they know many prefer to settle cases to avoid going to trial. We only take cases we are willing to take to trial. This approach benefits our clients in two ways:
it maximizes the value of your case because insurance companies know they face the expense and risk of losing if they do not offer full and fair compensation; and
It ensures the case is ready for trial if a settlement is not possible.
Call or email us for a free, confidential evaluation and learn more about how we can help you resolve your claim.
He wrote the Pedestrian Law Guide, now in its second edition, a comprehensive leading resource for other lawyers and pedestrians who want to learn about their legal rights.
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Kline Law Offices P.C Practice Areas:
Over 1.7 million vehicle accidents result in injuries each year in the United States. Every injured person deserves to be treated as an individual.
No matter how careful or defensive you are, accidents can happen. When they do, the driver of the car that hit you (and their insurance company) frequently will blame you.
Child injury claims present a unique set of challenges and complexities, but the law has numerous safeguards in place to protect children due to their age and vulnerability.