Car Accident Lawsuit FAQs (Pt. 3)

May 1, 2014

In conclusion to our three-part blog Car Accident Lawsuit FAQs, here we will continue our discussion of some of the most common issues that arise when people consider proceeding with a car accident lawsuit. If you are ready to receive more specific advice about your claim or get your case started, the Denver car accident lawyers at the Bisset Law Firm are ready to meet with you.

If after reviewing these car accident lawsuit FAQs you are ready to learn more about your rights, contact the Denver car accident lawyers at the Bisset Law Firm.

If after reviewing these car accident lawsuit FAQs you are ready to learn more about your rights, contact the Denver car accident lawyers at the Bisset Law Firm.

Q – How long will it take to resolve my car accident lawsuit?

A – There is no standard answer for this question, as the length of time it takes to resolve these cases will depend on the specifics of the case. For instance, if a case can be settled with an insurer without having to go to trial (which is the case for many of these claims), then it will generally take far less time to resolve that claim. If you would like a more definitive answer regarding your case, don’t hesitate to contact the Bisset Law Firm.

Q – Should I wait to see a doctor for my injuries?

A – No, especially if you have sustained an injury that could be life-threatening. Get the medical treatment you need right away. Doctors’ bills for this treatment can be compiled later and will be part of the future compensation for your injuries.

Q – What should I bring with me to my first meeting with an attorney?

A – When preparing to meet with a car accident lawyer for the first time, try to bring all of the evidence and other documents you have associated with the collision. This can include (but is not necessarily limited to):

  • The police report for the accident
  • Pictures you took of the damage caused by the accident
  • Any letters, emails or other correspondence you have received from your insurance company
  • Any doctors’ bills, doctors’ reports or other medical documentation related to your car accident injuries (and treatment for those injuries)
  • Contact information for any witnesses associated with the accident.

It’s important to point out here that if you don’t have some or any of this potential evidence for your collision, don’t worry – the Denver car accident attorneys at the Bisset Law Firm are skilled at compiling all of the necessary evidence in your case. Bringing such evidence to your first meeting can simply help our lawyers provide you with more specific answers regarding your case; however, we don’t need such evidence in order to get your case started and get you on the road to compensation.

The Trusted Denver Car Accident Lawyers at the Bisset Law Firm

Are you recovering from a car accident? If so, the skilled Denver car accident attorneys at the Bisset Law Firm want you to know that we are here to aggressively advocate your rights and help you obtain the compensation you need and deserve. Our experienced legal professionals are committed to:

  • Providing each of our clients with the highest quality legal representation
  • Keeping each of our clients informed at every stage of their cases
  • Helping them obtain the best possible results for their cases.

Contact Us Today

Contact the Denver car accident lawyers at the Bisset Law Firm by calling (303) 894-8900 to learn more about your rights and receive a professional evaluation of your case.

While we offer knowledgeable, superior counsel to anyone seriously injured on the job, some of our additional key strengths include our fierce negotiating skills, our extensive trial experience and our readiness to take decisive action when the denial or delay of a workers’ compensation claim is finally overruled.

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