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Life is never free of surprises: some good and some not so good. Accidents happen, people are injured and sometimes die; lives are forever changed. When your life is turned upside down by a serious injury or the wrongful death of a family member, and someone else is to blame, it is normal to feel overwhelmed, angry, and hopeless. How will you take care of yourself and your family? How will the bills be paid? Will you ever be able to go back to work? If not, how will you live? These are questions that are foremost in the minds of many accident victims who come to Kansas-based Pyle Law for help. And fortunately, we have answers.
We understand the frustrations and the fears that accompany the losses you’ve experienced, and we are committed to doing everything the Kansas law allows to make things right. We know that no amount of money is ever adequate compensation for the loss of a loved one or the destruction of your health. We will fight with everything that we have to ensure that you are compensated for all of your losses, both to your finances and your quality of life.
We will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive an amount of money that is fair and will allow you to pick up the pieces of your life following a serious injury or wrongful death and move forward. Peace of mind comes with knowing that you have the financial means to get the medical treatment and other assistance that you need to maintain your lifestyle while you are recovering from your injuries or loss.
We have the experience, legal skill, and resources to present a persuasive case to insurance companies and to juries. We understand the tactics insurance companies use to avoid paying adequate compensation on claims, and we are usually able to counteract those tactics and get you the money you deserve without having to go to court.
Contact our Kansas Personal Injury Attorney today for a free consultation.
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In the stressful and emotional time following an accident, it is important to know how to protect your legal rights and options. Here are some common questions that we answer.Ask our attorney
In the wake of a serious injury, you might think that insurance company is on your side. Don’t be fooled. Without a Kansas lawyer, the insurance adjuster will probably offer you significantly less money that you need. Only a skilled legal advocate can protect your rights and help you pursue full and fair compensation for your injuries, pain, and suffering.
Personal injury claims are designed to help people who were injured by no fault of their own. If someone else’s carelessness or negligence is responsible for your injury, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your suffering. Consult with a Kansas personal injury attorney from the Pyle Law to learn more about your legal options and rights.
Generally speaking, the at-fault driver is responsible for any damages caused to your vehicle. This usually means that the at-fault driver’s insurance company is responsible for your injuries and any property damage sustained by your vehicle. If the other insurance company refuses to pay, your insurance provider may be responsible to cover these costs instead.
Every case is different. After an accident, it is best to consult with a legal representative before accepting a settlement from the insurance company. The insurance adjuster will try to avoid paying the financial compensation that you truly deserve. With the help of our firm, you may be able to recover full and fair compensation before trial.
Personal injury cases are complicated. One person rarely causes an accident. If you are partially responsible for your accident, you may still have the opportunity to pursue compensation from the other party. Contact our office and schedule a free case evaluation to see how our accident attorneys can help you seek partial compensation for your injuries.
A variety of factors determine the value of a personal injury claim. Some damages are calculable, while others are more difficult to measure. Your medical bills, hospitalization costs, treatment expenses, and amount of missed wages can determine how much you can seek. Non-economic damages (such as pain and suffering) can increase the value of your claim as well.
If possible, avoid giving a statement to the at-fault party’s insurance provider – even if the company requests it for business purposes. In most cases, the other company only wants to get a statement from you so they can avoid paying for the accident. You are not obligated to speak with the other insurance company so it is best to avoid giving a statement.
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