Your life before a catastrophic injury and your life afterward often seem like two separate lives. This is reportedly the case for many people who have suffered spinal cord injuries in accidents such as:
In the early days after a spinal cord injury, it is natural for the injured person and his or her family and friends to focus on "how it happened." Going over the crash or fall or swimming pool accident seems to be an important part of coming to grips with a very serious injury that nearly always leaves victims disabled.
Free Legal Advice Here And Now: Consult With A Lawyer Before Discussing Your Accident In Detail With Others
Be careful with your words after an accident. The Law Firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC, in Charleston urges West Virginians who have had serious accidents to talk to a lawyer as soon as possible.
It is especially important to have an attorney's advice before you discuss details of your memories with an insurance claims adjuster, a police investigator, a property owner or perhaps the other driver in a two-or-more-car collision. This also means you should refrain from discussing details through social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter or CaringBridge.
If We Represent You, All We Do For You Will Focus On Recovery Of Damages
Our lawyers and office staff enjoy getting to know our clients and their families. A relationship of trust and openness leads to better collaboration and better case outcomes. We welcome the opportunity to hear your story and gain a full picture of your losses. Understanding the nature of your losses will also help us prepare strong arguments on your behalf.
If you retain us, we will undertake a thorough investigation into the cause of your spinal cord injury and prepare to fight for full compensation from any liable party or parties. Even if your only recourse is an insurance policy of your own, we are confident you will find our advocacy invaluable.
Email Or Phone The Law Firm Of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC
If possible, we want to ensure you have ample resources for your expenses and losses including medical care, physical therapy, disability accommodations, and pain and suffering. Contact us at 304-205-1810 or 800-797-9730 to schedule a free consultation.