Collecting financial damages following a personal injury can be a difficult task that no injured victim should attempt on their own. Personal injury claims are typically strongly defended when the respondent thinks they can avoid paying the claim. All insurance companies are required by law to investigate any injury claim, and they usually conduct this requirement in a manner that is beneficial to the company and not the claimant. Insurance companies have even been known to record phone calls from the very beginning of a claim process, just to use the information against the claimant when it is time to settle. Experienced attorneys in Lewisville Tx understand these tactics and will defend your case for maximum financial award regardless of how the respondent tries to oppose.
All states have laws pertaining to injuries. It is the responsibility of the injured claimant to provide proof of the injury and connect the action to the responding party. In addition, the plaintiff must prove the respondent was negligent in regard for their personal safety. This connection is not always easy, especially when the negligence was indirect in nature, but an experienced personal injury attorney in Lewisville Texas, can help relieve the stress by collecting evidence, giving you advise and presenting your case to the court if a settlement cannot be reached.
Insurance companies commonly will admit they owe some amount in financial benefits, often making a low offer to settle the case. This is especially true when they think they can avoid dealing with an attorney who will focus on long-term results of the injury and a significant general damages settlement. This is exactly what the insurance provider wants to eliminate with a settlement, and it is sure sign your case is more valuable than you realize when this is offered. It is also means you should call an attorney as soon as possible and get a proposition. Do not accept an offer without first contacting an experienced Lewisville personal injury attorney at Durand and Associates, P.C.
- Personal Injury
- Insurance Claim Coverage
- Injury and Disability (Plaintiff), Misc.