Thousands of people are injured in auto accidents each year in Oregon. If you are injured in accident because of someone else’s negligence, it is important that you act quickly in order to protect your rights and receive the medical care and treatment you deserve.
Accidents and injuries can cause distress in a lot of aspects of our lives. It does not merely influence our physical capacities but also our ordinary lives. We will incur medical bills, lose wages, lose the ability to complete typical daily activities, miss job opportunities, and impact our relationships. Each of these things can impact the your claim.
Bell Law Offices PC will monitor your medical records and stay in contact with you during your recovery process. Prepare a demand letter and negotiate a settlement with the insurance company that takes into account your entire claim including future medical expenses. If necessary, John P. Bell Law Offices, PC will take your case to trial.
It is important that you do not talk to the insurance company. They do not always have your best interest in mind and often times are more concerned with processing your claim with as little costs as possible. Many times the insurance company will try to settle your claim early. It is important that you take the time to assess the depth of your claim including how much lost wages there will be and how much medical care you will need.
It is also important that you treat with your physician regularly. Comunicate honestly and accurately the details and extent of your injuries. Make sure to inform your physician of every symptom and area experiencing pain. Much of your claim is evaluated by the details and diagnosis reported in your medical records.
Bell Law Offices, PC will help you navigate your claim and offer you step by step support as you move through the process of a personal injury claim.
The information on this web site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should contact an attorney for advice on your individual situation. Contacting Bell Law Offices, PC does not create an attorney-client relationship.