Personal Injury

Personal injury claims are as varied as the people who sustain them unexpectedly. At Grewer Law, we have had the opportunity to represent clients in personal injury cases that have been hurt due to a vehicle accident, a dog attack, a slip while walking, a fall while working, or due to a product that didn’t work the way it was supposed to.

While the causes of injury vary from client to client, one thing remains true: personal injury can be scary, overwhelming, and painful. Recovery can take months or years, and some injuries require extensive treatment, therapy, or time away from regular life activities. The team at Grewer Law is honored to step in and advocate for a positive income and compensation plan on your behalf.

If you have been injured, here are a few things to keep in mind:

Seek out medical attention immediately. Even if you aren’t feeling hurt, going for a medical exam after your injury can start your treatment off on the right foot. Medical records can also be extremely helpful during your case. If you didn’t seek treatment immediately after your accident, it is okay. We can still work with you.

Grab a folder and notebook to dedicate to your injury. Keeping all of your medical bills, information, discharge planning, any police reports, and other information in one place will keep you feeling organized and less overwhelmed. It is also helpful when you visit us at Grewer Law, as we want to see everything you have about your situation.

Be cautious when working with insurance companies. Insurance companies are already not the easiest to work with, but when you are injured and seeking assistance, they can be even more difficult. When possible, keep documentation of your conversations with representatives and keep emails or letters in your designated folder.

Retain services from Grewer Law sooner than later. We are ready to help you navigate insurance and injury aftermath, giving you sound advice and compassionate advocacy. You shouldn’t do this alone. Instead, you should work with us so that you can relax and recover. We work on a contingent basis, meaning we only are paid if you are.
Remember, never give a recorded statement to an insurance company representative without your lawyer being present. This initial statement or interview can be crucial in your case and you want to be sure you are not giving any admission of guilt, which could compromise your case moving forward.
Give us a call today to talk more about your injury and the circumstances that caused it. We offer free consultations and can even visit you at home or the hospital while you recover.

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