Insurance Claims and Lawsuits in Personal Injury Cases
Personal injury lawsuits are complex legal matters that can take an extensive period of time to resolve. In some cases, the lawsuit will go to court for a final judgment. Others are settled more quickly, based on the degree of the injury and the determination of liability. When these are clear, such as in cases of drunk driving accidents and the responsible party has been criminally charged and convicted, the case may proceed rather quickly. In cases in which the liability for the accident is contested, it can become more complex. In medical malpractice cases, it can be a long process unless the malpractice is extremely clear to all involved. In other cases, it may take extensive investigation and experts to determine that the medical professional had been negligent. Even so, the case could still go to court.
Enlist Effective Representation
At Mulvey Law Offices, our legal team has extensive experience in preparing claims for compensation in even the most serious of injury cases. In less severe accidents, such as minor fender benders in which a victim suffered whiplash, bruising or other painful injury, it is no less vital to have legal representation. When seeking fair and full compensation, every type of loss and damage must be fully addressed in a comprehensive claim filed for the injured client. We understand the process and how insurance companies operate, and can help the client in resolving these matters to their benefit.
Many insurance companies prefer that those seeking claims do not have an attorney and often try to dissuade them from hiring an attorney. They claim that the injured victim will lose money to the attorney, and that the claim will be more easily settled directly. In fact, most cases result in a much higher settlement when an attorney manages the case, and insurance companies are fully aware that this is the case. We advise anyone who has suffered an injury through negligence to contact our legal team and determine what your legal options are with regard to your claim.