When faced with an injury, you may suffer grueling pain that lasts weeks, months, or even a lifetime. While no amount of money can take away the pain that you are suffering, financial assistance can help alleviate the stress of mounting medical bills and time lost from work. Suffering an injury can be painful and frightening on its own, but can be even more devastating when you can’t get the medical attention you need, lose valuable time off from work, or can’t pay your bills.
Having the right legal team on your side can make all the difference in getting you the compensation you deserve. Litster Frost Injury Lawyers serves Nampa, Idaho, and the surrounding areas, working tirelessly on your behalf to protect your interests and seek justice.
Car accidents can produce devastating results–individuals can be severely injured, suffer permanent impairments, or even lose their life. Injuries can include neck or back injuries, broken bones, and brain injuries. Our team works tirelessly to gain financial compensation for injuries and medical needs while dealing with insurance companies that could otherwise give you the runaround.
While we would like to think that doctors always uphold their oath to “do no harm,” many practitioners and medical facilities make decisions that are not in the best interest of their patients. Medical malpractice can take the form of birth injuries, cosmetic surgery mistakes, instrument misplacement, wrongful prescriptions, and more. While proving medical malpractice can be a difficult process, earning you compensation and gaining justice for mistreatment, substandard service, injuries, and pain and suffering is our top priority.
Truck accidents occur each and every day and can cause substantial damage and harm. Getting the medical attention and treatment you need, in addition to holding anyone responsible for the accident accountable is key. If you were the victim of a negligent truck driver, we put your best interests and needs first.
Workers’ compensation claims are notoriously complicated and are susceptible to being denied or mishandled. Our legal team will make sure that every step of the process is followed correctly so that you get the compensation needed to heal from your injuries without worrying about how you’re going to pay your medical bills or provide for your family.
Accidents can happen anywhere at any time. Premises liability claims can involve incidents like dog bites, slip-and-fall accidents, and other injuries that occur while visiting a home or business. If you were hurt on someone else’s property you may be entitled to compensation.
Why Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer to Handle My Case?
Many people mistakenly think that their insurance company is on their side. The truth is, however, that the main goal of an insurance company is to save as much money as possible, regardless of the injuries that you sustain. A personal injury attorney can fight for your rights and ensure that you are not mistreated or taken advantage of throughout your case. Many claims which were originally denied can be settled for the full recovery amount once a personal injury attorney becomes involved.
What is the Claims Process, and How Long Can it Take?
There is no way to determine how long a personal injury case will last–the length of time involved is based on factors such as:
• The severity of your case.
• Whether your claims were originally denied.
• And the amount of evidence available in your favor.
This process begins at the moment of your accident. You should:
• Take photos of the scene where the accident happened.
• Collect the information of any other parties involved including witnesses.
• In most cases the police should be called.
• Reports should be filed.
• And medical attention should be sought, especially when there are visible injuries.
The problem with accidents, however, is that injuries are not always visible; many severe injuries are internal and may not show up immediately. A personal injury attorney will speak to your attending physician to ensure that the right treatment is provided for your injuries.
We work vigorously on our client’s behalf, dealing with insurance companies that want to settle your case quickly. This can be especially problematic when payments for medical bills are withheld or your ability to work has been compromised. Our job is to put the ball in motion in order to help you get through this difficult time as smoothly as possible.
Injured? Contact Our Office Today
If you have been injured, the first thing that you should do after seeking medical treatment is to find an experienced personal injury attorney with a strong track record. It is critical to work with an attorney who is both trustworthy and cares about his or her client. Our team at Litster Frost Injury Lawyers can provide recommendations on how best to proceed with your case.
Don’t allow your pain and suffering to be overlooked by an insurance company who only cares about saving a buck. When you are involved in an accident that has changed the course of your life and caused significant pain, it’s important to find a team who will work to protect your rights and restore a sense of normalcy to your life. Get the representation you need to give yourself the best chance of a positive outcome. To speak with an attorney a Litster Frost, call (208) 333-3333 or fill out an online case evaluation form today.
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Nampa, ID 83686
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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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To schedule a consultation about your accident, call our office at (208) 333-3333 or fill out your case evaluation form now.