Skilled Personal Injury Attorney Representation
While every personal injury case must abide by the same complex of legal procedures, every case is also completely unique.
Legal precedent and case law help to keep things consistent, but the circumstances that lead to an accident are never exactly the same.
For those reasons, having the right personal injury attorney on your side is important.
Your legal counsel must be able to handle your case on multiple levels. From the aggressive legal tactics used by opposing counsel or the insurance companies to the maze of complicated rules which govern every case, to the nuanced details that make one case distinct from another.
Jean Fischer and her polished legal team at Lakepoint Law Firm have experience representing clients in every kind of personal injury case. Cases include:
- Workers Compensation Attorney Services
- Personal Injury
- Auto Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Semi-Truck Accidents
- Dangerous Premises Accidents
- Mold and Asbestos Exposure
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Construction Site Accidents
- Catastrophic Injury
- Dog Bites
- Wrongful Death
- Medical Malpractice
- Janitorial Accidents
- Stacked Insurance Claims
Should You Litigate Your Case?
To litigate means to choose not to settle, and instead have your case heard in front of a judge in a court of law. Where settlements are private matters held between the parties, their respective counsel, and a mediator or arbitrator, litigation is public and fully-on-the-record.
While a settlement is often the most realistic option for many clients, some cases involve case facts so unique or an injury so serious that accepting anything less than the full amount isn’t going to work.
Determining What You’re Owed
Arriving at the amount to which an injured party is entitled can be a lengthy process but ultimately, it begins with establishing the basic costs of your injury. Medical bills, lost wages, and damage to property typically provide a starting point for early negotiations.
From there, the focus turns to the more abstract and imprecise “general” damages that you may be eligible for: Pain and suffering, permanent disability or disfigurement, and damages arising from emotional trauma.
While there are some standard formulas used to guide negotiations toward an appropriate amount,
agreeing to complex facts and figures is almost always the central dispute in any legal case.
Prevailing in Your Personal Injury Case
For any personal injury case to be successful its imperative that strong records are kept to illustrate a clear case timeline and firmly establish your case facts. To do that be sure to do the following:
- Immediately seek medical treatment if a physical injury was sustained.
- Get the necessary records on file with state or private agencies.
- Maintain detailed records of correspondence and communication.
With the right plan and comprehensive legal support on your side, complex legal cases can be clearly communicated and argued in court or settlement. Regardless of whether your case ends up in front of a judge, or settled outside of court, seeking advice from an attorney with first-hand experience winning cases involving accidents or injury is paramount to success.
For intelligent, vigorous legal representation for your personal injury case, call the legal team at Lakepoint Law Firm for an immediate case evaluation.