If you’re not at fault for your injury, why should you be responsible for the bills?
If you were injured in an accident, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries. While you focus on getting your life back to normal, our team of Kansas injury attorneys work hard to help you obtain a financial recovery. The best way to determine whether or not you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries is to speak directly with an attorney.
Do not speak with the insurance company until you’ve spoken with the accident attorneys at Patterson Legal Group, L.C. We work for you with no fees, court costs or expenses unless we win! And winning is what we do best. We have won more than $90 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients. We are on standby 24/7 because accidents do not rest, and neither do we.
Types of Personal Injuries.
There are several common types of personal injuries:
|Auto Accidents||Medical Accidents||Motorcycle Accidents|
|Pedestrian Accidents||Railroad Accidents||Semi-truck Accidents|
|Slip-and-fall Accidents||Work-related Accidents||Wrongful Death|
These injuries typically fall under the law of torts. Tort law is classified as a civil law and is separate from our criminal law system. If another party injured you or someone you love, tort law may allow you to hold that party legally responsible for the damages of that injury.
Do I have a case?
Most personal injury and accident cases involve negligence. If someone else was careless in causing your injury, tort law may allow you to hold that person legally responsible for your injuries. When you’ve been injured in an accident, you may deserve compensation for your pain and suffering and other losses. We can answer common questions in helping with your injury claim.
An initial step is to see whether or not you are entitled to damages. The best way to do this is to talk directly with a personal injury attorney.
How do I get started?
Patterson Legal Group, L.C. offers prospective clients a free initial consultation to answer your questions open and honestly. Once you have your questions answered, you may be ready to pursue your claim.
While you focus on getting your life back to normal, we begin the appropriate processes for our clients which may include interaction with the court and the opposing parties. We organize your case file, medical records, and bills, and develop a case strategy for each client. We help our clients provide detailed reports of their claims, we help stipulate and arrange settlements, and handle counter offers. The time it takes varies based on the complexity of each case, but getting started is the most important step.
Call us today at (888) 687-2400. We provide the resources necessary so you can take actions and get on with the healing process.