Most folks are not able to deal with professional insurance adjusters and recover what they should after an injury. If you decide to go it alone, I have some helpful video tips at theinjurynews.com.
Studies have shown that folks with an attorney vet 4 to 5 times more money than folks without. There is not enough money to make getting hurt worthwhile! That being the case, you should protect your family and get what you can.
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Of course their insurance company "wants to settle" as the price will only go up. First of all, how can you be sure at this point that your injuries are healed? Secondly, how do you know what a fair settlement amount would be?
No, you do not NEED a lawyer. You are free to accept whatever sum and sign a irrevocable release without that assistance. If what you WANT is a fair settlement, then it would be prudent to consult with a personal injury attorney. If you have a firm settlement offer, you can discuss a contract with a PI attorney that "protects" that settlement and collects a fee only from additional settlement funds obtained.
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You should finish treating, get all your and your child's bills and records together, and meet with a personal injury attorney before considering settling.Ask a similar question
Contact qualified counsel now. The insurance company is not your friend. Good luck.
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Too soon to settle - full extend of your injuries might not yet be known. Consult a local personal injury attorney ASAP - what have you got to lose since many offer a free initial consultation.
This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.Ask a similar question
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It may be too soon to settle. If you try and negotiate with the insurance company, you will be at a major disadvantage. Your best option is to finish treating for your injuries and then consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer in your area to maximize your compensation for your daughter's claim and your claim.Ask a similar question
I recommend that you contact a lawyer. A personal injury lawyer can help gather everything that you need for you and can make a claim on behalf of you and your daughter. The insurance company will not treat you fairly without a lawyer. Unfortunately, they do not care about you and only care about saving themselves money. A lawyer will get you more money then you would get on your own. It's sad but true. Act quickly and hire a lawyer.Ask a similar question
You would be crazy to settle a case after 3 weeks and you may be doing your daughter a grave injustice. Instead, consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who can prevent you from doing something that you will be sorry for later.Ask a similar question
There are degrees of sprain, just like there are degrees of burns. Three weeks is probably not enough time for medical science to determine the extent of the injury. You might be fine in a few more weeks with physical therapy, but it is also possible that you have some tear or other problem that could be long-term, or permanent, or may require surgery. The insurance company wants to pay you a nominal amount to go away. Go to an experienced personal injury lawyer in your area, and follow up with medical treatment and diagnosis. Once the full extent of your injuries have been determined, then you and your lawyer will be in a position to talk settlement.Ask a similar question
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