Personal Injury Lawyer FAQ
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- Q: Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?
- Q: What’s the First Thing I Should Do if I Have Suffered a Personal Injury?
- Q: When Can I File for Personal Injury Compensation?
- Q: When Should I Hire an Attorney After an Accident?
- Q: Why Do I Get Money for a Personal Injury Accident?
- Q: Do I need a lawyer for a small accident?
- Q: Should I Give My Insurance Company a Statement?
- Q: The Insurance Company Offered Me a Settlement – Should I Take It?
- Q: I’m Selling Real Estate “For Sale by Owner.” Why Do I Need a Lawyer?
- Q: Why Do I Need a Real Estate Lawyer?
- Q: I’m Young, Healthy and in Debt. Do I Need a Will?
- Q: When Should I Prepare a Will?
YES. The insurance company is quick to offer low settlements with the sole purpose of making you disappear for the least amount of money possible. Oftentimes this initial offer doesn’t even cover the cost of medical bills! If you or a loved one have suffered from whiplash, scarring, paraplegia, or other injury, you deserve full compensation for your medical bills AND pain and suffering. Attorney Tusler has the knowledge and expertise needed to recover your maximum compensation. With a free consultation and no-win-no-fee representation you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
What you do after an accident can significantly impact your personal injury case. First, and most importantly, seek medical attention, and be sure to carefully follow your doctor’s instructions. Attorney Tusler will guide you through the entire personal injury process. Set up your free consultation as soon as possible to ensure your personal injury claim is handled quickly and efficiently.
The sooner you file for a personal injury claim, the better. Typically, the Wisconsin Statute of Limitations for a personal injury claim is three years, but this can vary. It’s important to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as the accident has happened to ensure your claim is handled properly and efficiently.
IMMEDIATELY. The insurance company will immediately try to trick you into providing information which will negatively impact the value of your case. Don’t play their game. Once you hire an attorney, the insurance company will stop harassing you.
An injury can have long-lasting effects on your finances and overall well-being. When you’ve been injured due to the negligence of another you deserve compensation for your losses. This compensation can include medical treatment, lost wages, property damages, pain and suffering, and loss of companionship. Contact Attorney Tusler to ensure you get the maximum compensation you deserve for your personal injury claim.
Yes, even an injury which seems minor can have long-lasting impacts on your daily life and wallet. A perfect example of this is whiplash. Many people who suffer from whiplash or similar neck injuries experience pro-longed pain and discomfort, requiring regular visits to a chiropractor. When you hire an experienced personal injury lawyer, we’ll review all the details of your injury and case to ensure fair compensation for your present and future.
NO. Absolutely not. The insurance company will pretend like they are trying to gather information about the accident – don’t fall for it! They received all the information they need from the police report. When the insurance company contacts you for a statement they are really hoping you will say something they can use against you. Contact Ronald W. Tusler the experienced personal injury lawyer who knows how to handle insurance companies.
Here's how to deal with your insurance company after an accident:
JUST. SAY. NO. The insurance company’s goal is to make you settle for the LEAST amount of money possible. They will not give you a fair share unless you have a lawyer. This is especially true in small accidents.
Often times an insurance company’s initial offer does not even cover the costs of medical bills much less your pain and suffering. You need an experienced personal injury lawyer to ensure the highest settlement possible. Never talk to the insurance company until you’ve spoken with your attorney!
There are three documents which should be drafted by a lawyer in legal real estate transactions such as this. No other professional can legally draft these documents for you.
Real estate is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. It’s important to have an experienced real estate attorney review all the fine print and ensure your investment is protected. Tusler Law offers a variety of real estate legal services including litigation, for sale by owner transactions, offer to purchase, deeds, and transfer of real property.
YES. A will sets your guardian, trustee, and personal representative. These positions are very important. For example, if you do not have a guardian for your children, you leave their care to chance.
The sooner the better! Although it’s unpleasant to think about end of life decisions, a will is essential to assuring the proper allocation of your assets. Remember, a will can always be changed. Contact Attorney Tusler for comprehensive last will and testament services.