If you or a family member are severely injured in an accident, you need a trial lawyer to help you get fair compensation for those injuries. A trial lawyer is someone who isn’t forced to take the lowball settlement offers insurance companies give. When it’s the right path for you, a trial lawyer will take your case to a jury and let them decide. Anderson Injury Lawyers have helped thousands of accident victims through the legal process, and we can help you too.
Frequently insurance companies will offer the lowest amount they think accident victims will take to settle the case. A trial lawyer has the knowledge, experience, and the ability to turn down that offer, if necessary. We take cases to trial because if an insurance company isn’t being reasonable, the case should be decided by a jury of your peers. Without a good lawyer, you won’t have the leverage needed to get the real money your case deserves.
Don’t Go It Alone
You need a trial lawyer because so much is at stake:
- A severe injury may disable you for the rest of your life
- It may take months or years of ongoing medical treatments and rehabilitation to get you as close to normal as possible
- You may suffer chronic pain
- You may not be able to earn a living or support your family
- The worse your injury, the more emotionally and psychologically you’ll be affected
- Your relationships with family and friends may suffer
Depending on your injury and how serious it is, your case may be worth a substantial amount of money. An experienced trial lawyer will give you the benefit of all he’s learned over the years. Don’t risk your case because you don’t know:
- How the legal system works
- How insurance companies operate
- How to successfully negotiate settlements
- What your case is worth
If you negotiate a settlement and sign a release with the insurance company, that’s the end of your case. There are no do-overs. We regularly hear from people unhappy with the settlement they made, but there’s nothing we can do if they ended their legal claims against the other party.
Hiring a Trial Lawyer Will Make Your Life Easier
Many attorneys work on personal injury claims, but they won’t take them to trial. They will gather evidence and try to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company. If it’s not resolved, they hand the case over to another attorney who will continue the case. These attorneys don’t want to put in the time and effort needed to go to trial.
You’re better off using an experienced trial lawyer who’s willing and able to take the case wherever it needs to go, including a trial. If an insurance company is negotiating with an attorney it knows won’t litigate the case, it might not take the attorney seriously. If a settlement isn’t reached, you have to start all over again with a new attorney. We know what it takes to win a trial. We prepare for it from day one, something not all attorneys negotiating settlements will do.
When we take an accident case, the insurance company knows we’re in it for the long haul. If it wants to be fair and reasonable and put a case behind them, they need to work with us or have a jury decide the outcome.
Find the Right Trial Attorney for You
Many attorneys send their clients to us when they’re seriously injured in accidents. Our record of success inspires trust and confidence with other lawyers as well as our own clients. Anderson Injury Lawyers may not be the biggest law firm in Texas, but you won’t find a more professional, responsive, caring, group of legal professionals in the area. We will deal with the insurance company so you can get your life back on track.
Schedule a free consultation with our office. We can talk about your accident, your injuries, how the law may apply, and the best way to get the compensation you deserve. You can find out if we’re the best attorneys for you and we can decide if you’re the right client for us.
Contact Anderson Injury Lawyers
The Fort Worth accident attorneys at Anderson Injury Lawyers can help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Call us at (817) 294-1900 today or use our online contact form.