Why Do I Need An Attorney To Help Me With A Personal Injury Claim?
In a perfect world, the insurance company that is liable for paying out benefits to injury victims would do so readily. In reality, insurance companies are businesses like any other. Every claim represents lost profits for the organization.
Insurance adjusters are trained to ask manipulative questions about an injury victim's medical condition, treatment and the circumstances surrounding an accident. They are looking for ways to skew information in the insurance company's favor so less money can be paid out to the injury victim, even if the victim is the company's own insured policyholder.
You need to be sure your claim is backed by well-documented medical evidence of your injury. For many injury victims, medical records do not reflect the full scope of injury needs because initial treatments and analysis did not uncover the long-term effects of certain injuries. For example, if you were in a car accident, you may feel only minor symptoms of neck pain. Over time, however, those symptoms can be manifest as chronic headaches or limited mobility.
We Will Build A Strong Case For Compensation
Our experienced injury lawyer can help you bring to light the important issues that will make a difference in your medical treatment and your potential financial compensation. Learn more by contacting our office online or by telephone at 713.518.1711.