Laurie Litster Frost is a shareholder and the founding member of Litster Frost Injury Lawyers here in Idaho. She received a Juris Doctor degree from the Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School in 2006 as a returning student.
Laurie returned to her hometown of Boise to work in personal injury law. She has served as a principal attorney in the Litster Frost Small Lawsuit Resolution litigation division. Laurie manages the Mass Torts division at Litster Frost, serving clients who have suffered injury from defective medical products and devices. Laurie is fluent in Spanish, having learned as a volunteer missionary in Chile, from 1967 to 1969. She served as a Maricopa County, Arizona court interpreter while studying at Arizona State University.
She is a mother to two daughters and six sons and is grandmother to thirty-one. Laurie was born in Reno, Nevada, and is the eldest of eight siblings. She moved to Boise in 1958 and graduated from Boise High School in 1963. She and her late husband S. Gibbons Frost, an attorney from Navajo County, Arizona, raised their children on a family homestead ranch.
Laurie was elected to the Show Low, Arizona School Board in 2002. She has served as At Large Council Member in the Diversity Section of the Idaho State Bar. She is a member of Idaho Women Lawyers and of the Idaho Legal History Society. Laurie was secretary of ConSource, The Constitutional Sources Project in 2005 and researched and photographed original documents in the Library of Congress. Laurie has served as a Boy Scout and Cub Scout leader and as president of local women’s and young women organizations.
She has been a volunteer pianist, organist, choir director, and seamstress in musical activities and productions. Laurie is involved with the Boise immigrant community in recreational and educational activities. She enjoys traveling to visit family who live in various time zones and countries.
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?”
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:
Unfortunately, your employer’s insurance company may not treat you fairly during your workers’ compensation claim. You may encounter various constraints, such as delayed payment, denied claims, or requests for excessive amounts of proof. Your employer might also make it more challenging than necessary for you to achieve fair compensation by refusing to investigate your claim or fail to submit your case on time. In such situations, the dedicated personal injury attorneys at Litster Frost Injury Lawyers can help you seek justice and protect your interests and rights.
When you hire an experienced attorney, you have someone on your side. Your lawyer cannot allow anyone to take advantage of you during your fight for full and fair workers’ compensation benefits. The attorney will advocate for you, aggressively negotiating for reasonable compensation according to the severity of your injuries and associated losses.
In most cases, an attorney will be able to secure you a better compensatory award than you could have attained by yourself. If settlement negotiations fail to attain the desired outcome, the personal injury attorneys at Litster Frost Injury lawyers can proceed to court. They will handle everything — from drafting the paperwork to interacting with the defense attorney — until you obtain maximum compensation.
A work-related accident can be confusing, painful, and emotional. If you or someone you know has been injured while on duty, it’s important to do everything necessary to protect yourself, including seeking medical attention and speaking with an experienced Idaho Personal Injury Lawyer for expert legal advice and assistance.
Workers’ compensation benefits exist to help those who have sustained work-related injuries recover. However, the process can be lengthy and complex. One slight mistake can cause claim denial or treatment denial, and you may require legal assistance from a workers’ compensation attorney.
At Litster Frost Injury Attorneys, the personal injury lawyers are friendly and maintain genuine transparency with all of their clients. They will help you understand your rights and determine what legal options to explore to attain maximum compensation. If an insurance company is denying your workers’ compensation claim, schedule a consultation by contacting the Law Offices of Litster Frost Injury Attorneys at (208) 591-8648 or fill out your case evaluation form today.
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