Every year many people suffer personal injuries but do not take legal action. As a result, they do not receive the compensation they deserve. I am proud to offer you knowledgeable advice that results from years of practicing law. To find out more on how I can assist you, contact me today for a free initial consultation.
A lawyer can give you settlement tips
A question many personal injury victims have is whether they should settle or not. Depending on many factors, accepting a settlement may be in your best interests.
Following are some tips on when to accept a settlement:
- Never settle without a lawyer: You must never settle or sign anything without consulting your attorney. When a client hires me, I review his or her case and examine any settlement offers. Then I advise my client on whether signing a settlement would be beneficial.
- Consider the evidence: When deciding whether you should accept a settlement or go to trial you must consider the evidence. Is your case strong enough to go to trial? Do you have enough evidence? Are you able to prove the existence of negligence? As a seasoned injury lawyer, I can help you answer these questions.
- Consider the amount being offered: Next, you must consider the amount being offered. After studying your case, I can inform you as to whether a settlement offer is sufficient considering the degree of your injuries.
Pittsburgh lawyers can negotiate on your behalf
Many people assume that personal injury cases are handled in court through litigation. However, the majority of injury cases are actually settled. As a result, it is vital to your case that you hire a lawyer who is experienced in litigation and out of court negotiation.
Securing your future after serious injury
I am grateful for the opportunity to represent clients from all walks of life. I focus on the goals of minimizing clients' losses, obtaining significant recovery for injuries, and providing security and comfort to the families in death actions. Contact us online or call 412-246-9235 for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your situation. When I accept your case, you owe nothing out of pocket until I recover compensation for you.