$300,000 recovery for Wisconsin woman injured in car crash
Six-figure compensation for injuries resulting from accident
Steve Caya recovered $300,000 for a woman who suffered leg and hip injuries in a car crash.
Prior to Steve Caya filing a lawsuit, the insurance company denied any responsibility for Steve’s client’s injuries and actually claimed the crash was the fault of Steve’s client.
After Steve filed suit and deposed the other driver, the insurance company agreed to a very favorable settlement for Steve’s client.
Don’t let the insurers determine fault from a crash
Because Wisconsin is a comparative fault state, who’s to blame for a car crash directly affects how much compensation you can collect.
Because insurance companies will do everything in their power to limit how much they pay out, you can expect them to assess a collision with a view to shifting fault onto the claimant.
If you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, you still need to prove the other person was at fault in order to collect a fair settlement for pain and suffering, medical bills, lost income and other losses.
Learn more about Wisconsin’s comparative negligence law, and contact our law office for a completely free claim review.
Things to know before filing a car accident lawsuit
Before filing a car accident lawsuit in Wisconsin, there are some things you should know:
- Whether you can sue, and who pays
- How to file a claim for car accident injuries
- How long you have to file a car accident lawsuit
- How long it takes to resolve a car crash lawsuit
- Hiring an attorney vs filing a lawsuit on your own
- More Wisconsin car accident settlement examples
You only have one opportunity to claim the compensation you’re entitled to. Start with a free case assessment from an experienced attorney and find out what your best next steps are.
Hip & leg injuries caused by negligence deserve compensation
Hip pain from a motor vehicle collision is common, and can require extensive medical treatment and rehabilitation time. If you accept a settlement offer too quickly, you could wind up stuck paying out of pocket for additional medical care related to your injuries.
Before you sign anything, have your claim reviewed by an experienced hip injury lawyer to get a better idea of your immediate and long-term costs, and what a fair settlement amount looks like for your case.
Leg injuries from a car crash can cause you to miss work, keep you from driving and disrupt your way of life in countless ways. You deserve fair compensation for all of your losses caused by someone else’s negligence.
The fastest way to get an insurer to increase their settlement offer is by having a proven leg injury attorney representing your case. As a former insurance industry attorney himself, Steve Caya knows what it takes to make them pay. He fights tooth and nail for every penny of compensation his clients are entitled to.
Get a professional’s insights on your car accident injury claim
There’s no time to lose. Take the first step today, and reach out to our law office to request a free consultation. All cases are handled on a no-win, no-fee basis.