Will My Case Go To Trial?
I Filed A Personal Injury Claim. Will I Have To Go To Court?
If you suffered a personal injury, you have the right to file a claim. However, filing a claim does not necessarily require that you will have to go to court. It preserves your right to seek compensation, but many cases settle without ever going to court. Our experienced personal injury attorneys can make sure your rights are protected whether you go to court or you settle your case.
At Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa, our firm has close to 35 years of experience dealing with insurance companies. We know how to present your claim to make sure they pay what you are owed. Should your case go to trial, you can rely on our talented trial attorneys to fight for you. Find out why we are known for our service and skill helping personal injury victims like you by contacting us today.
I Could Not Settle With The Insurance Company. Do I Have Alternative Options?
After you file a personal injury claim with the insurance company, the negotiation process begins. During the negotiation process, the insurance adjusters will do what they can to avoid providing you with the benefits you may need to recover. When you are unable to settle with the insurance company, you have the legal right to sue.
Generally, you will file a lawsuit against the at-fault party. You will have to prove fault by presenting the evidence that you have against the person who caused the accident. Your evidence may include police reports, eyewitness accounts, medical care and bills, and your ongoing medical needs. You are more likely to get full compensation if an experienced attorney helps you gather and present the evidence you need in court. An attorney will also help you by taking over the burden of dealing with insurance companies and the courts while you focus on recovering from your injury.
If We Don’t Win, You Don’t Pay
Our attorneys work on a contingency basis. That means that if we do not win compensation for you, you will not have to pay our legal fees. Take charge of your injury situation by calling our West Palm Beach or Port St. Lucie office at 561-810-1215. You can also schedule your free consultation online.