When seeking compensation for your injuries and losses, it is critical to identify all parties that are liable. Who you recover compensation from will depend on the facts of your individual case.
In an auto accident, for example, you can recover damages from the personal assets or insurance company of the driver who caused the accident. In other cases, such as truck accidents, there may be multiple parties responsible such as the truck driver, the truck driver's employer and even the manufacturer of the truck. Similarly, different parties may be responsible in cases involving slip and fall accidents, dog bites and boating accidents.
At Schwimer Weinstein, we will help you uncover all potential sources of recovery so that you receive the compensation you are owed. We will look at the facts of your case, investigate your accident and create a winning strategy to hold those responsible for your injuries accountable.
If you have been injured in an accident, hiring an attorney may be the last thing on your mind. You may be worried about losing your job, paying your bills on time and your physical recovery. Moreover, the party responsible for your injuries may try to pressure you into signing a release of liability or accepting a settlement that diminishes the value of your claim.
That is where Schwimer Weinstein can help. The earlier we get involved in your case, the sooner we can get you the compensation and support you need to make a full recovery. Once you become our client, our team will immediately get to work. We'll talk to the insurance companies on your behalf, ensure that you seek and receive ongoing medical treatment and keep an accounting of your losses to protect and pursue your rights to compensation.
You focus on recovering physically, and we'll focus on your financial recovery. If you are ready to Win With Us, contact our office today to schedule a consultation.
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