You have sustained injuries from a car accident or other event.
Your hope is to present the claim for your injuries and damages and have the insurance company pay an acceptable value in a reasonable period.
If neither of these occurs, then you have two choices:
1. Accept the last offer; or
2. File a lawsuit to seek what they should be paying you.
“Litigation” means “lawsuit.” It means you are filing papers to establish a formal dispute in a court of law.
When do you know it is time to file a lawsuit? Here are the possibilities:
1. There is a denial of fault for causing the accident or causing your injuries: The only way to resolve these disputes is through litigation;
2. The insurance company offer is not good and will not get any better: They want to try and buy you off cheap. Don’t fall for it; and
3. You are running out of time: ALL cases have time limitations. Do you know yours? Miss it, and your case is gone—forever.
No one enjoys or looks forward to being involved in a lawsuit, but sometimes it is necessary to obtain a just recovery for our clients.
Contrary to what insurance companies want you to believe, lawsuits are not “bad” and not only filed by “greedy people looking for money.”
Indeed, did you know that our court system is nothing more than a formal dispute resolution system?
Our forefathers knew that to live in a peaceful, free and orderly nation, we needed to have a peaceful means of resolving our disputes. Hence, our courts.
Questions: Please feel free to call me at 602-494-4800 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.