Personal Injury, Catastrophic Injury, Car Accidents, Trucking Accidents, 18 Wheeler Collisions, D.U.I. Collisions, Motorcycle Accidents.
Personal Injury Attorney
- Boise State University | Boise, Idaho: BA in Economics
- The University of Idaho, College of Law | Moscow, Idaho
- Idaho – All-State and Federal courts
- Idaho State Bar Association
- Idaho Trial Lawyers Association
Evan Mortimer is a shareholder of Litster Frost Injury Lawyers based in Boise, Idaho.
Evan earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from Boise State University and graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law with an emphasis in Business Law and Entrepreneurship. Evan has successfully settled and litigated hundreds of personal injury cases of all specialties: auto accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, and catastrophic and serious injury accidents.
Tips for Finding the Best Personal Injury Attorney
You never think that you will need a lawyer until you are involved in an accident. In these cases, it is usually you against the insurance company of the negligent party. In such a lawsuit, they will find every possible way to avoid paying the claim or reduce the amount payable. Consult Evan Mortimer, Idaho Personal Injury Lawyer, for help dealing with your case.
If you choose to go alone, there is a significant chance that you will not be rightly compensated. That is why you should work with a qualified attorney. For many people, when the time comes, they wonder “How do you choose the right attorney?”
Evaluate Their Experience
Experience can be directly attributed to success in a case. These experts have seen everything there is in Personal Injury Cases. They know how to navigate the most challenging obstacles that may deny you rightful compensation. There are many things you should inquire about before hiring an attorney, including:
- Are Personal Injury Cases their main practice in the firm? Some attorneys might deal with the general practice rather than specialize in a single practice area.
- How many years of experience does the attorney have regarding Personal Injury Cases?
- Does the attorney have sufficient trial experience?
- Does the attorney have experience in dealing with the particular case of your concern? For example, how many slip-and-fall accidents have they dealt with, if you were injured in such an accident?
- Strong success record.
- If they have years of experience dealing with Personal Injury Cases, you need to look at their record of success. An attorney with a strong track record will most likely win your case. Consider the number of high-value settlements they have won.
Understand the Payment Model
You want to understand the terms of payment before you proceed. Otherwise, you will be surprised later on. A good lawyer will give you a free initial consultation to know whether you have a case or not.
The most important term is that payment should be made if they win your case. Some law firms provide cash advances to facilitate you when dealing with costs.
Discuss Your Settlement Goals
Before proceeding with the case, it is essential that you discuss your settlement goal with the attorney. After giving them case details, they will evaluate your case and estimate its worth. They will also advise you whether to take the insurance company’s offer or proceed with the trial. Remember, you are free to ask anything.
Why You Should Hire Evan Mortimer
Evan Mortimer is an expert attorney here at Litster Frost Injury Attorneys. He is a graduate of Boise State University. Attorney Evan has also specialized in business law from the University of Idaho College of Law. In terms of experience, he has settled hundreds of personal injury cases with a high success rate.
The attorney’s specialty area includes pedestrian accidents, motorcycle accidents, catastrophic injury accidents, auto accidents, and other personal injury attorneys. He will defend your case passionately until you get what you deserve. Remember, consultation is free, and payment is only made after winning the case. To know whether you have a case, schedule an appointment online or call the offices at (208) 333-3333.