Should I Have A Lawyer Represent Me
As a victim of a bike accident, the insurance company that pays for the injuries, damages and losses in the case will pay for the medical treatment, related expenses and attorney’s fees, and you will be compensated and made whole for the negligence of the other driver so that there is no cost to you. My Firm knows the Insurance companies’ defense tactics and how to best prepare and present your case to maximize your recovery.
Studies conducted by insurance companies found that accident victims recover two-and-a-half times more for their auto accident case when they are represented by a personal injury attorney. Unfortunately, the at-fault driver’s insurance company has no duty to explain your legal rights to you or to protect those rights. In many cases, they do not even understand your full legal rights.
Insurance companies are in the business of protecting their insured and maximizing their profits by paying as little as possible on personal injury claims. Oftentimes, just the threat of going to trial and winning against the insurance company can increase the value of your case.
Personal injury claims are intended to restore injured persons to their original condition, prior to the accident. Being the victim of an accident should not cost you or inconvenience you, and you should not have any losses.
Therefore, I ensure that my clients receive proper medical care and treatment, recover lost wages, are fully compensated for all losses related to the accident, and that their vehicle’s property damage is quickly and fairly resolved and that a rental vehicle is provided, if needed.
I seek to recover for you every category of damages that applies to your case to make sure that you sustain no losses, that you are fully protected and that you are made whole again.
Furthermore, the compensation I recover for you is not taxable so that you will not have to pay any State or Federal taxes on the funds that I recover for you.
The Insurance company is not on your side and will protect their own insured, not you. Before you speak with them, call me directly at 410-983-3022 and I will answer your questions and concerns. You may also contact me by completing the Contact box on the left side of this page, or email me directly. You can also protect your case by reading my advice in my Free Bike Accident Fact Book. I will discuss, review and evaluate your case with you at no charge.