A serious accident or injury can leave your world spinning. Even if you believe you have a solid case for a lawsuit, it can be difficult to know how to get started.
We can help...
At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we understand how overwhelming the aftermath of a serious incident can be.
Whether you were injured personally or want to file on behalf of a loved one, the prospect of dealing with the insurance company and the legal system can seem daunting.
In reality, the first step when considering a lawsuit is easy.
Even if you were hurt very badly, you may not have a valid claim for a personal injury lawsuit.
There are three basic questions which can help assess the viability of your case:
Our attorneys can assess your case and determine whether you can collect compensation by filing a lawsuit.
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Your initial consultation at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton is an opportunity to learn more about your legal options.
To help us better assess your claim, there is some information you can gather in advance.
It is a good idea to have the names and information of:
All individuals who were involved in the incident
The ambulance service if one was used
The emergency room if you were admitted
All doctors who examined you
Any chiropractors or physical therapists you visited
Each insurance provider you spoke to
You should also keep track of the dates you were admitted to the emergency room or hospital, as well as the dates you missed work due to your injury.
Any documents associated with your claim could help us investigate your claim. If possible, please bring:
All medical bills
Receipts of any purchases related to your injury
Copies of any written statements
The police report
Your car insurance policy if you were in an auto accident
Receipts for any damaged property you had to fix
Your renters or homeowners’ policy
Disability or medical insurance policy
When an accident or injury occurs, you want to focus on healing and recovery. Often, you are instead faced with crippling medical expenses that prevent you from moving forward with your life.
If your injuries, whether physical or otherwise, were caused by the negligence of another person, you have rights and you do not have to go it alone.
Our attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton can help determine if you a case. Then we can walk you through the process of getting started.
There are no upfront fees for hiring one of our attorneys and we accept most cases on a contingency basis.