If another driver causes you to be injured in a car accident, you can face considerable damages, which makes obtaining the compensation that you are entitled to paramount. Working closely with an experienced Wisconsin car accident attorney can help.
The Compensation You Are Owed
Being injured by someone else’s negligence is difficult, and the compensation you need to reach your fullest recovery must address all of the following categories:
- The cost of your medical care
- The amount of your lost earnings
- Your physical and emotional pain and suffering
Obtaining Just Compensation
In order to obtain just compensation, you will have to file a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance provider. This process, however, can be exceptionally difficult. The insurance company is invested in keeping your settlement low in order to keep its profits high, and toward this end, it may employ any of the following tactics:
- Making an early settlement offer that fails to address your full range of damages
- Denying your claim from the outset
- Complicating and/or prolonging the claim’s process
- Questioning the extent of your injuries
- Attempting to shift blame toward you
Don’t Wait to Consult with an Experienced Wisconsin Car Accident Attorney
If another motorist leaves you injured, the dedicated Milwaukee car accident lawyers at Groth Law in Wisconsin are well prepared to skillfully advocate for your rights in pursuit of your just compensation. We’re on your side, so please don’t wait to contact or call us at (414) 409-0114 today.
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Do I need a car accident attorney?
While you certainly aren’t required to hire a car accident attorney, doing so can mean the difference between just compensation and compensation that fails to cover your damages in their entirety.
If I hire an attorney, will my case go to trial?
The vast majority of car accident claims do not go to trial.
What will my car accident claim be worth?
Your claim is valued at the covered losses – or damages – that you suffer, including your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.