Any accident — whether it’s a slip and fall at a grocery store or a collision with a vehicle — can change your life in an instant. From an increase in insurance paperwork to doctor’s visits and recovery time, even simple things like paying your bills can leave you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what’s to come.
Even if you think your accident is simple in nature and will not require civil action, having an attorney at your side can be incredibly beneficial for these simple reasons:
Understanding of the law. A good personal injury lawyer knows the law inside and out, and knows how to apply it to your specific situation. If they are keeping up on changes to the law, such as our attorneys do, then your lawyer will be able to seek the best possible outcome for your case that the law provides.
Experience with injury claims. At our firm, attorney Dan Doyle has more than 20 years of experience handling a variety of personal injury cases. He has decades of experience and case law to draw from, which gives him the ability to craft more personalized claims that will best suit your needs.
Presence in negotiations and in the courtroom. It can be challenging conveying your needs to an insurer or a judge. You may not be able to recognize expenses that are eligible for compensation or if you are looking at a fair settlement. Attorney Dan Doyle can because he used to work for an insurance company. He knows what they are looking for and can help you craft a good claim.
Attention to detail. A good lawyer should pay meticulous attention to your case and keep you aware of its movement through the legal process. At our firm, we take an individualized approach to injury and wrongful death claims, and stand as your guide through your worst hours. We leave nothing on the table during negotiations, fighting for the compensation you need and deserve.
Let Us Be Your Support And Guide
A lawyer can do much more than just file a civil lawsuit in court. At our firm, Dan Doyle Law Group, we pride ourselves on our ability to handle everything from bank account information to insurance negotiations, setting up guardianships to seeking fair judgments in court.