Yes. Resolution of personal injury claims is an adversarial system. There are trained professionals on the other side. Insurance companies are experts and know every trick in the book to avoid paying claims. You need a zealous advocate who knows the law on your side to protect your rights and interests. An attorney is a licensed professional who provides legal advice and is ethically responsible to protect the rights of his or her clients. With an experienced attorney on your side, you have a better chance of getting the full compensation you are entitled to receive, which is why you should call an attorney before it’s too late.
At Paskvan & Ringstad, P.C., we handle only the plaintiff’s case. We know the law and are experienced in the area. We are dedicated to fighting for the rights of the injured person and obtaining full and fair compensation for the harm caused. We will work with you to get the results based on your unique case and injuries.
While we strongly advise you to retain an attorney, or at least to contact one, we also encourage you to wait to settle, and here’s why.
What if I don’t want to pay for a consultation?
Perhaps you were in a minor accident and you have a feeling that it will not be worth the fight for compensation. Often, the best way to know for sure whether you need an attorney after a personal injury is to speak with one, but many people are worried about the cost of doing so—especially if the accident was minor. Consultation with us is free. Do not wait to contact an attorney; an ounce of prevention is worth many pounds of cure and anxious hours. It never hurts to talk to an attorney when it is free, no matter what type of accident you were involved in: automobile, construction, defective products, road defects, or any otherwise unsafe conditions.
Is it too late for me to consult an attorney?
It is better to consult sooner rather than later, before your rights are innocently given away or the ability to preserve evidence is lost. However, until you have a signed agreement and have received a check, it is not too late to contact an attorney. You should do so before agreeing to any settlement.
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