Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer After an Accident?
If you’ve been injured in an accident, making an insurance claim will help you recoup your losses—right? While it’s true insurers exist to step in when their clients make a mistake, that doesn’t mean they’re on your side. People often come to us after they realize an insurance adjuster isn’t trying to make a fair settlement offer. If you’ve been in an accident, you should ask an attorney to help you calculate your damages. You might be entitled to far more money than an insurer is offering, and a good personal injury lawyer in Philadelphia can help protect your right to a fair recovery.
How Will a Lawyer Help My Claim?
Aside from helping you understand the worth of your claim and taking care of insurer negotiations, our attorneys can take over most of the work filing a claim entails. We can investigate your accident to gather evidence, make sure paperwork is filed correctly and on time, and even help you access the medical care you need. When you share your story with us, we’ll be able to tell you exactly how our team can help.
What If I Can’t Afford a Lawyer?
The Beasley Firm works on a contingency basis because we know the last thing you need after an unexpected injury is another expense. When you work with us, you won’t pay anything out-of-pocket—ever. Our process starts with a free, no-obligation consultation where we explain your rights. If you don’t want to hire us after that, you don’t have to. If you do, we’ll sign an agreement stating our team will only get paid after we help you recover a settlement.
How Much is My Case Worth?
Every personal injury case is different and needs to be evaluated by an experienced attorney before a value can be assigned. Be wary of any lawyer or law firm that promises to recover a specific amount, especially at the beginning of the client-attorney relationship.
At The Beasley Firm, we will look at the following elements of your case to determine how much compensation we may be able to recover for you:
- Cost of your medical treatment including surgery, therapy, and medication
- Lost wages from missed time at work and loss of future earning potential if unable to return to work
- Cost of repair to your vehicle or other property
- Loss of quality of life due to permanent disability
- Funeral costs and loss of companionship in the case of wrongful death
Contact our Philadelphia personal injury lawyers today to schedule a free case evaluation with our firm so that we can guide you to recovering maximum compensation.