To Recover Full Value, the Extent of the Damages Must Be Determined
It is important to know that your case will not be settled until all of your damages have been determined and all investigations to determine who is liable have been completed. It generally takes months to gather the necessary information.
If we try to settle your case before your medical condition is stabilized, you may lose money that you might be entitled to for a condition that did not show up until after your case was settled. We cannot make your claim until your doctors have given us reports stating exactly what your medical condition is and what they expect it to be in the future: in other words, until you have reached “maximum medical improvement.” Many times the doctors can be very slow in making these reports.
Rest assured, the personal injury lawyers and staff at Broussard & Hart, L.L.C understand the difficulties you face. We have helped thousands of people like you who have suffered serious injuries or families who have experienced the death of a loved one. We work to see that our clients recover the compensation they need and deserve. Contact an attorney at Broussard & Hart, L.L.C.
If you are considering filing bankruptcy, be sure to talk to your lawyer. You should know that you may lose all rights to your personal injury case. The Bankruptcy Court can take over your case, settle your case, and give your settlement money to your creditors, and you will receive nothing.
- First Steps in Your Case
- Resolving Your Injury Case
- What is the Value of Your Case?
- How Long Will it Take to Resolve Your Case?
- General Instructions for Injury Clients
- Comparative and Contributory
- Statutes Of Limitations
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