Whenever someone is injured through the negligence of another, the issue arises whether they need an attorney to help them with their claim.
Do I Need A Personal Injury Attorney?
If the injuries are minor and the person quickly recovers, there is often little need to retain an attorney. Instead, medical bills are paid through your insurance company. In automobile accidents involving damage to the vehicles only, Minnesota law (Minnesota Statute Chapter 72A) requires that the involved insurance companies promptly arrange for payment of property damage losses.
If serious injuries or death occurs, victims and families can quickly find themselves at a distinct disadvantage. The insurance companies for the negligent parties will inevitably have an extensive network of insurance adjusters, doctors, and other experts whose job is to discard or minimize any injury claims arising from an accident. Most people do not have the resources or expertise to fight on an equal footing with insurance companies.
Contacting a qualified personal injury attorney may be the most important step in assuring that you receive full and fair compensation for your injuries. Determining whether your case has merit or not comes at no cost to you, making it important to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney.
If you have a personal injury case, we assign a personal team to you. This includes a lawyer who specializes in your type of case, an investigator, and dedicated support staff who will work diligently together on your behalf. You can rest easy knowing you will regularly be updated on the progress of your case. That means your lawyer will return your phone calls, explain things in clear and simple terms, help solve your problems, and pay close attention to you and the details of your case.
Call the attorneys at Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben today at 612-377-7777 or toll free at 1-800-752-4265 for a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your case.