Personal Injury FAQ
Insight from Experienced Fargo Injury Attorneys
As your personal injury attorneys, it is our job to make sure you fully
understand the options you have when filing your claim. Our legal team at
Marquard & Associates devotes our services to helping you achieve your goals when seeking compensation
for your injuries. Recovering losses is possible with a strong, well-built
claim. Here we have answered a few of the most commonly asked questions
regarding personal injury claims.
I have suffered a
personal injury. When should I contact a lawyer?
After you have received medical attention, it is best to contact an attorney
right away. Every claim falls under a statute of limitations, which means
that you only have a certain amount of time in which to submit your claim.
If you do not file your personal injury claim in time, you run the risk
of being unable to pursue compensation. In addition, the more fresh the
incident is in your memory and in the memory of any witnesses, the more
likely your pursuit can be successful.
My insurance company won't pay for my medical bills. What are my options?
First, as your attorney, we evaluate both the circumstance of your accident
as well as the terms of your insurance policy. If your insurance company
is failing to fulfill a contract they have with you, then we are able
to not only file a claim for you, but to begin negotiations with the insurance
in order to help you receive the maximum amount of compensation possible
for your injuries.
How likely is it that my claim will make it to court?
In many personal injury cases, claims can be settled outside of court.
Ideally, we are able to reach a settlement that is mutually agreeable
and helps you to recover maximum losses. However, if your case does require
a court appearance, our team is more than prepared to represent you confidently
in all circumstances.
For answers to any additional questions you may have,
or call our personal injury office at (888) 288-4756.