Whether you have been injured by a driver’s negligence, at the hands of a medical professional, or in any other way, Litster Frost Injury Lawyers are here to help. After an accident, you may be faced with unbearable pain that can last months, years, or even a lifetime. In addition, medical bills and daily costs of living can pile up after an accident that leads to an inability to work.
Fortunately, you may be entitled to compensation for your suffering. Recovering adequate compensation from insurance companies and pursuing personal injury lawsuits can be complicated and time consuming, but you don’t have to face this alone.
The dedicated legal team at Litster Frost Injury Lawyers will fight on your behalf to earn you the compensation that you deserve, regardless of what caused your injury. We can help you seek justice for the pain that you are suffering so that you can focus on what really matters–healing.
Regardless of whether you are suffering minor injuries from a small accident or permanent lifestyle changes from a severe one, you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side. A lawyer can help you wade through the necessary steps to file a personal injury claim against an at-fault driver who caused you harm.
Car accident cases have many moving parts which can impact your case, from road and weather conditions to your own degree of fault in your accident. It is important to know the proper steps to follow after a car accident in order to preserve your rights and give yourself a chance of successfully gaining compensation for your injuries.
An attorney is key in this process, and will help ensure that you don’t take any missteps which could jeopardize your case.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, then you know that the damages inflicted can be severe. Injuries from a motorcycle accident can leave you permanently disabled and unable to work.
Don’t face the aftermath of a motorcycle injury alone–let a competent accident lawyer fight on your behalf to gain compensation to help you recover both physically and financially.
Tractor Trailer Accidents
If you are the victim of a truck accident, then you may be facing injuries that can impact your life indefinitely.
Truck accidents are some of the most dangerous because of the sheer size of the vehicle. In any truck accident, it is imperative to hire a personal injury lawyer who is familiar with the laws regarding tractor trailers. As truck drivers are regulated by federal guidelines, truck accident cases can be daunting to build.
Additionally, there may be multiple liable parties in a truck accident, such as the truck driver, the driver’s employer, and the owner of the tractor trailer. You don’t have to juggle the many elements of a truck accident lawsuit alone–our attorneys are here to take the weight of an accident off your shoulders.
Although doctors and nurses are there to help heal your injuries and cure your ailments, medical professionals can sometimes make your problem worse. If you have been injured by a doctor or a medical professional to whom you entrusted your care, then you may have a claim for medical malpractice.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
If you are suffering an injury or disability that has led to a long-term or permanent inability to work, then you may find yourself facing a mountain of bills that you are unable to pay. The loss of a job due to an injury or illness can be financially devastating, and can cause constant stress in your life.
You may not have to face unpaid bills without help, however–you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, to help with your daily costs of living. Obtaining this benefit isn’t easy to do, however, and most applications are denied the first time around. A personal injury attorney can help you file your claim, or appeal a denial if you have received one.
Injuries on the job can be catastrophic, and can cause severe physical pain along with financial and emotional stress. While worker’s compensation can help with this stress by providing compensation for medical bills and lost wages, obtaining these benefits is often easier said than done.
Your insurance company will often fight with the insurance company of your employer to determine which carrier is responsible for your injuries. Meanwhile, you can be saddled with medical bills that you have no hope of paying back, and a loss of income from being unable to work. The attorneys at Litster Frost are ready and able to help you avoid the runaround with your insurance company and earn you the compensation that is rightly yours.
If you find yourself recovering from an injury which occurred on someone else’s property, then you might be able to recover damages to help with your medical bills and compensate you for time you have missed from work. The property owner might bear responsibility for your accident, whether you were injured in:
- A slip-and-fall accident
- A dog bite
- A dangerous condition on someone else’s property
A personal injury lawyer can work with you to ensure that your rights are protected and help you receive the compensation you deserve for damages and losses caused by your accident.
Have You Been Injured? Let Us Help You Today
If you are suffering from an injury, your primary focus should be on healing to the fullest extent possible. A monetary settlement may not be able to heal the pain you are suffering, but it can alleviate some of the financial stressors that plague victims of an accident and ensure that you’re able to afford the therapy and medical attention you need.
An experienced personal injury attorney can make all the difference in receiving the compensation you deserve for the injuries you sustained. To take the first step toward a brighter future, fill out an online case evaluation form or call (208) 333-3333 today.
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Comparative Negligence Rule
COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE RULE
Idaho follows the comparative negligence rule, which means that a court will look at both parties’ actions and level of fault in the case of a motorcycle accident.
Even if you were both driving irresponsibly, if the other driver was driving more carelessly, then you may still have a case. It’s important to recognize, however, that any fault on your part will limit the amount of damages which you can receive.
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