Your Free Initial Consultation: What To Expect In Your Initial Meeting With A Minnesota Personal Injury Lawyer
First and foremost, we are dedicated to assisting you in obtaining the rightful compensation for your injuries. Our priority is to understand your case, the details surrounding it, and the impact it has had on your life.
Do I Need To Bring Extensive Documentation Or Paycheck Stubs?
Rest assured, you do not need to worry about gathering and bringing any documentation to your first meeting. While we will eventually require medical records and other relevant documents related to your accident (such as a police report in the case of a car crash), we can handle the process for you. By signing a release, we will be able to access the necessary records on your behalf. Our aim is to make the entire journey, from the initial free consultation to the delivery of your final settlement check, as seamless as possible for you and your loved ones.
What Does The Process Entail? Will We Need To Go To Court?
Going to court is a rare occurrence in most personal injury cases. More commonly, we negotiate a settlement with the insurance company or the responsible party on your behalf. Only in a few exceptional situations where a fair settlement cannot be reached, are we prepared to take the case to court.
Isn’t A Free Consultation Just A Sales Pitch?
Unlike some law firms that may pressure you into immediate sign-up, our approach is different. We want you to have a clear understanding of the entire process and how we can assist you. If we effectively communicate this during our first meeting and you are ready to proceed, we will start working on your behalf right away. However, we also acknowledge that choosing the right injury attorney is a significant decision, and it’s perfectly fine if you plan to consult with a few different lawyers. We will never apply pressure for an on-the-spot sign-up.
Injured In An Auto Accident?
Take advantage of a free, no-obligation meeting with an experienced Minnesota accident attorney. During this session, we will review your case, explain how the law applies to your situation, and provide you with viable options for moving forward.