At Silverman & Associates, P.C., in Denver, we recognize that personal injury cases come with many questions. Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions:
How Much Is My Case Worth?
Determining a fair amount of compensation is one of the most challenging aspects of a personal injury claim. You should get money to cover all medical treatment associated with your injuries. This money should not only cover all the medical bills you have already accumulated, but also any follow-up care such as doctor appointments, physical therapy sessions and future surgeries. You should get money for lost wages, past and future. If your injuries are so severe that you are forced into lower-paying work, you should be compensated for the difference. You also should get compensation for the pain and suffering you have experienced, which is difficult to calculate. With more than 40 years of experience, we know the steps to take to determine a fair value for your case.
How Long Will It Take To Get Compensation?
The real question is: How long will it take to get fair compensation. You might be offered a settlement very soon after your injury. While it is tempting to accept the settlement and move on, it is likely that the offer is lower than what you deserve. In order to get you a fair settlement, our attorneys will carefully investigate your case, review the facts and present them to the insurance company. We do not want you to be left with outstanding medical bills or other costs, and sometimes that takes time. That being said, we take a unique approach in order to resolve these cases fairly and as quickly as possible.
Will My Case Go To Trial?
The truth is that very few personal injury cases actually go to trial, regardless of what other lawyers may lead you to believe. Most lawyers ultimately settle cases, because trial is costly and time-consuming. We are skilled negotiators with a long history of working with insurance adjusters to get fair compensation. Instead of charging headfirst into battle, we get positive results by showing insurance adjusters the facts and presenting a clear argument as to why an offer should be increased. We use force only when necessary.
How Much Does A Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?
The consultation is free. There is no risk to you. We handle all cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you are under no obligation to pay us unless we succeed in getting you compensation. If we do succeed in getting you compensation, we will accept a percentage of the settlement. To learn more, call 303-731-0734 or send an email.