Retaining an Injury Lawyer Allows You to Focus on Your Recovery

If someone else’s negligence has caused you to suffer an injury, you’re no doubt going through a difficult time and very well may want to put the entire thing behind you as quickly as you can. That’s understandable, but personal injury law is complicated—and leaving your claim to fate or to the discretion of the insurance company is rarely in your best interest. If the negligence of someone else has left you injured, you need experienced legal counsel.

Your Personal Injury Claim

If you’ve been injured by someone else’s negligence, you have better things to think about than your personal injury claim. Your health and healing should always be your primary concern. If you’ve been injured in an accident, seek immediate medical attention, and allow your personal injury lawyer to help guide your claim toward its best possible resolution. Personal injury claims are often complicated and typically involve extensive paperwork that you shouldn’t have to worry about when you’re recovering from an injury.

The Insurance Company

While it’s tempting to allow the insurance company to simply do its job and take care of your claim, it’s not a great idea. It’s important to recognize that insurance companies are in the business of making money, which means they minimize payouts and outright reject claims whenever they can get away with it. Insurance companies have an arsenal of tactics to keep your settlement as low as possible, and your skilled personal injury attorney knows how to take on the insurance company on your behalf.

Settlement Offer

The insurance company may even make a low-ball settlement offer before the dust from your accident settles. The mayhem inherent to an injurious accident doesn’t leave you in a good place to investigate such an offer, and while the path of least resistance is tempting, it’s in your best interest to resist. Your personal injury lawyer will carefully assess the settlement offer and will strive to ensure that the insurance company’s final offer affords you the compensation to which you’re entitled.

Your Injury

If someone else’s negligence has left you injured, it’s possible that you won’t recognize the full extent of your injuries right away. Serious injuries have a way of blossoming over time, and it’s critical to your claim that you have a solid understanding of just how serious your injuries are, including the complete financial, physical, and emotional effects, before you consent to a settlement. While you focus on your complete recovery, your personal injury attorney will focus on your claim.

If Someone Else’s Negligence Has Left You Injured, Consult with an Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyer Today

If you’ve been injured because of someone else’s negligence, you’re naturally going through a difficult time. You don’t have to face it alone, however. The dedicated personal injury lawyers at the Law Office of William W. Hurst have the experience, knowledge, and compassion to aggressively advocate for your just compensation. We’re here to help, so please contact or call us at (317) 636-0808 for a free consultation today.

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William W. Hurst

Bill Hurst has successfully represented hundreds of accident victims, and has limited his practice to personal injury cases for over thirty-five (35) years.


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