Getting Money for a Car Accident Settlement for a Broken Collarbone
Warshafsky Law is a national personal injury and car accident law firm based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
More Than Average Settlements for Your Car Accident Injury
hen people choose their Wisconsin personal injury lawyer based on the endorsement of a football player or actor, they risk choosing an attorney who has never won more money in a courtroom. Settlement mills forward your paperwork and take a cut of your damages.
Hundreds of times we have prepared cases like yours beyond the brink of trial. Facing unlimited liability AND an expensive jury trial, insurance companies fess up what your case is worth. They HATE when you choose Warshafsky. Insurance companies know: it IS about the money.
Broken bones are of the most common injury particularity the collarbone due to the position of the seatbelt strap combined with the impact of another car. There are several factors to take into account when calculating the estimated settlement or verdict of a personal injury claim including, the severity of the injury, the length of time it takes to heal, and whether wages are lost because a client is unable to perform their job. Factors associated with the significance of a car accident injury claim is summarized below.
- Medical costs
- Pain and suffering
- Permanence of the injury
- Lost wages
Maximize Your Compensation With Our Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorneys
Warshafsky Law Firm has years of experience handling cases involving car accident injuries.
|”Insurance companies value your claim based on the quality of your lawyer, it is that simple. If your lawyer isn’t the best you can count on getting less. If your case isn’t prepared with the intent of walking into court to try it, with a trial attorney you can count on getting less. I worked for 6 yrs representing insurance companies and that’s the way they think.” --Victor Harding, Warshafsky Law.|
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