SIGNS YOU NEED A PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER

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Signs You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer

personal injury lawyer suffolk countyIf you’re like a lot of people, you don’t like to make waves. You believe the best of those around you, and you wouldn’t dream of confronting your employer or a friend or family member about a personal injury you incurred while on their premises. After all, accidents happen. However, you’d be cheating yourself if you don’t recognize the signs that you need a personal injury lawyer Suffolk County following an accident.

Mounting Bills

The best personal injury lawyer Suffolk County residents rely on make sure those injured are compensated for their medical bills following an accident on someone else’s property and/or while performing work for an employer. It’s possible that some negligence is to blame on the part of the employer or property owner, even if it wasn’t intentional. You should not have to pay in addition to your suffering when there preventable conditions that could have played a role in your incident.

Little Cooperation

Employers and property owners who recognize their role in the accident should be willing to compensate you. If they’re not offering to pay for your medical bills from the outset, contact a lawyer. Even if they are willing to pay part or all of your bills, it’s still best to have a lawyer involved to protect your best interest and make sure you’re properly compensated.

Lost Work Time

If your injury has made it so you’ve had to miss work, you should be compensated for your salary lost during your recovery time. If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, an injury could prove devastating to your finances. Don’t risk losing your home in the wake of an injury that could have been prevented.

Even if you’re not sure about pursuing legal action, schedule a consultation with the law offices of Frederick W. Altschuler today. It’s quite possible that a letter will be enough to get what’s owed to you without causing a lot of problems for your colleagues or friends.