Do I Have a Case? How Much is My Case Worth?

These are some of the common questions people with personal injuries ask themselves. This can be a scary and uncertain time in a person’s life. Let Grewal Law guide you through these troubles with their kindness and expertise.

There are a variety of factors that impact the value of your potential claim, such as the type of claim, how it happened, and who may be responsible. In the event you have been injured and you believe someone else is responsible, there are a few things you should know.

First, make sure to write down as much information as you can remember about how the injury occurred.

Second, make sure to take pictures of the scene if it applies to your injury.

For instance, if you slip and fall on snow or ice, it is very important to have a picture of the area where you fell in order for us to provide. Similarly, if you are involved in an automobile accident, a picture of your vehicle at the scene can be very helpful in determining the value of your potential claim.

Finally, you should not attempt to resolve the claim on your own without speaking with an attorney first. Depending on the type of claim you have, there are many legal requirements that need to be followed in order to properly resolve your claim. Furthermore, if you deal directly with the insurance company, they may not advise you of all of your rights under the law. The insurance company for the person or business responsible for your injuries is not looking out for your best interests.

To fully understand and protect your rights under the law, please contact our firm by calling (888) 211-5798.

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