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We Handle Your Claim Without Any Up-Front Fees
Who Will Pay for My Injury?
If you have been injured, you are likely worried about your medical bills and how you will recover lost wages for the time you were unable to work. Typically, your medical bills and lost wages will be paid by either your own insurance company, or the insurance company of another driver involved in the accident. Regardless of which insurance company you are dealing with, you have a much better chance of reaching the best possible outcome when you have a lawyer represent you while settling your injury claim with the insurance company.
How Does a Lawyer Help You After an Injury?
At Bennerotte & Associates, we aim to accomplish two things for our clients who have been injured:
- Make the recovery process as easy as possible
We do this by handling all the communication with the insurance company. We will get them the appropriate paperwork, handle all follow-up and work through the claims process for you.
- Get the best possible financial recovery available
The insurance company’s job is to settle your injury claim for as little as possible. We fight to get you the best settlement the law allows. We do this by examining every way the injury has affected, and will continue to affect, your day to day life. While claims rarely go to court, the insurance company will clearly see that we are more than ready if they are unwilling to provide you with what we believe is fair compensation for your injury.
Is It Expensive to Hire an Injury Lawyer?
It costs nothing out-of-pocket to hire us to handle your injury claim. We are paid a percentage of the total settlement that we secure on your behalf. If we are unable to secure financial compensation for you, then you pay nothing. In most cases, we are able to negotiate a settlement that is much greater than the insurance company’s first offer. This means that even after the legal fees are deducted, you still end up with a better settlement than if you handled the case on your own.
How Do I Know How Much My Case is Worth?
There are several factors that can influence the total value of your case; the severity of the injury, the amount of time missed from work, your long-term ability to heal and work again, the expected future medical costs associated with the injury, and more. During a free initial consultation, we can talk about what factors will affect the total value of your claim.
Injured? Take the First Step Today and Learn How Bennerotte & Associates Can Help You
Anyone who has been hurt in an auto accident should talk to a lawyer before they sign or agree to anything. The insurance companies employ some underhanded tactics to pressure you into either accepting an offer too quickly or not making you aware of all the coverage available to you. We will fight for every penny that you deserve. Contact us today to take the first step.