If you or a member of your family has been injured on the job, the insurance company may be pressuring you to sign a settlement agreement. Now is the time get a personal injury attorney on your side. A personal injury attorney can review the settlement and let you know if what they are offering is fair and equitable. Personal injury law can be very tricky to navigate without an experienced lawyer working in your best interest. It is very true that the insurance company is usually only looking out for their own best interest, their goal is to pay you as little an as quickly as possible to prevent you from making future claims. Protect yourself and your family with a skilled and experienced attorney who specializes in personal injury law. The only thing you should be worry about at this point is getting better and healing not whether the insurance company is offering you a good or even a fair settlement.
Depending on the severity of your injury, you may be looking at years of physical rehabilitation and the possibility that you may be unable to return to work indefinitely. Your family’s financial future is at stake and you should be confident that your family’s future is secure. Only with strong legal advice and expertise will you be able to feel confident that the agreed upon settlement will be based what are the best options for you and your family. Don’t let another day go by where you are uncertain what your injury means to you and your family. Get an experienced attorney on your side.
Plaintiff Files a Lawsuit Against the Defendant-When the plaintiff initially files a case, he must be prepared to state what the legal basis of the claim is and what type of remedy he wishes to seek in compensation for his injuries. The Defendant Files an Answer to the Plaintiff’s Claim. The defendant must answer after being served by some type of official (usually a sheriff or a process server) within a certain period time. If the defendant fails to provide an answer in the time given, a default judgment will be filed and the plaintiff automatically wins.