Archive for November 18, 2013

When to File a Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit

Motorcycle Accident

If you have been involved in a Motorcycle Accident you may find it very helpful to speak with Motorcycle Accident Attorneys about your case.  One of the many questions that Motorcycle Accident Attorneys deal with is when should a lawsuit be filed after a Motorcycle Accident.  It is important that you speak with Motorcycle Accident Attorneys soon after your case to make sure that your Motorcycle Accident is handled properly.

You do not want to make the mistake of filing a lawsuit or even settling your claim to early.  Your Motorcycle Accident Attorneys will want to wait until you have undergone all necessary medical treatment and recovered as much as possible before they begin to even think of negotiating a settlement, let alone filing a lawsuit.  While this may not be the quick conclusion that Motorcycle Accident victims may have in mind, your Motorcycle Accident Attorneys are working in your best interest by taking things slow.

In fact the entire process can be a slow one, the latest that Motorcycle Accident Attorneys can file a lawsuit on you behalf is Five years after the Motorcycle Accident occurred; that does not mean it will take that long to resolve your Motorcycle Accident case but you should be prepared for a process that can be slow even in the best of times.

If you have been involved in a Motorcycle Accident and would like to speak with Motorcycle Accident Attorneys contact The Elster Firm for a free consultation.

The information provided is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.  No attorney-client relationship is created by this post.  The choice of an attorney is an important one and should not be based on advertising alone.

Personal Injury Recorded Statements

Personal Injury

What many people do not realize before they speak with Personal Injury Attorneys is that in most instances your Personal Injury Attorneys do not deal directly with the party that caused your injury and often any damages you receive do not come from them personally.  Instead most of the work your Personal Injury Attorneys do is with the insurer of the party responsible for your Personal Injury and in most cases that is who is paying your damages.

Often after you have suffered a Personal Injury the insurer for the party at fault will request a recorded statement.  This is an informal interview where a representative of the insurance company will ask you questions about your accident, your injuries and the medical care that you required.  The interview can be done over the phone but in many instances the representative from the insurance company may conduct the recorded statement in person.  In any event it can be very helpful to have the representation of Personal Injury Attorneys before you give a recorded statement.

Despite the statement being informal, Personal Injury Attorneys can make sure that the interview does not become overbroad and spill over into areas that are irrelevant or inappropriate.  Also, the experience of Personal Injury Attorneys often serves to soothe any nerves that Personal Injury Clients may have about an impending Recorded Statement, as the process is often novel to them.

If you have suffered a Personal Injury and would like to speak with Personal Injury Attorneys contact The Elster Firm for a free consultation.

The information provided is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.  No attorney-client relationship is created by this post.  The choice of an attorney is an important one and should not be based on advertising alone.