When you're in an motor vehicle accident whether its a car, truck, motorcycle or even a boat, you suffer trauma and stress. An accident leaves you in shock and upset. The experience is especially disorienting if you've suffered a serious injury.
At your most vulnerable and injured, you're expected to go to the hospital, get follow-up treatment, arrange for car repairs and gather all necessary documents. During the stress of missing work, getting your car repaired and just trying to get over the physical pain and mental anguish of being in an accident, the insurance companies are calling you and conducting interviews and demanding information that might incorrectly place you at fault. They're also offering up sums of cash to settle the matter.
However, you may not be in the right state of mind to explain how the accident occurred. Because car accidents are common. Insurance companies want to settle quickly for as little as possible. The settlement they are offering may be far under what you need to make a full recovery and you are likely scared that they can raise your rates. That's why you need to consult an attorney. We are here to help!
PSRB has decades of experience fighting the insurance companies, helping our clients receive the payment they deserve for something that just wasn't their fault.
Our team of attorneys is experienced, and we act as aggressively as possible to resolve your case as quickly as possible. We do not charge you a fee unless you win. We pay for all costs associated with pursuing your claim until the matter is resolved.
If you have been in a victim in one or more car/truck/motorcycle accidents, you should talk to an attorney from Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan & Blakesley, P.C. We know personal injury law and are familiar with the statutes and courts in the state. These cases can be very complicated. At PSRB we will be happy to sit down with you, explain the process, discuss whether you have a good argument to show that you deserve damages, and what your chances may be at a jury trial.
You may be able to make a claim if you can show that you sustained injury as a result of a dangerous condition and grocery store personnel knew, or should have known, about the danger. People have received compensation for harm suffered as a result of slipping on produce or spilled product, as well as dangerous parking lot conditions. Again, a crucial element of any slip, trip and fall claim is proof that store personnel were aware of a dangerous condition, or reasonably should have known about it and failed to take reasonable action to assure safety.
You may be able to make a claim if you can show that you sustained injury as a result of a dangerous condition and the apartment owner or manager knew, or should have known, about the danger. People have received compensation for harm suffered as a result of rickety stairs, missing handrails, tattered carpeting and icy steps when landlords have known about a danger and failed to eliminate unsafe conditions.
Certain personal injury claims involving slip, trip and fall incidents require notice to the property owner. Two important examples are 1.) incidents involving ice or snow and 2.) incidents in which the property owner, (or agency charged with maintenance), is a town, city, state or the federal government. The deadline for giving notice may be very short, as few as 30 days. If you are involved in a slip, trip and fall, you should consult a lawyer immediately.