$250,000 settlement for knee injuries
Couple recovers $250k after commercial truck collision
After filing a lawsuit and engaging in intense litigation with the trucking company and its insurer, Steve Caya was able to obtain a $250,00 settlement for a couple who were rear ended by a semi truck resulting in knee injuries.
After an injury-causing accident, the at-fault party’s insurance company isn’t likely to offer you the amount your claim is really worth. In fact they’re likely to deliberately offer less than you need to make a full recovery, hoping the stress and financial pressures you’re facing will lead you to settle quickly, just to get something.
See more commercial truck accident settlements won by Steve Caya for his clients.
How to make them pay what you’re owed
You only have one chance to recover fair compensation for injuries suffered in an accident. Once you sign anything (even a check!) you waive the right to pursue additional money through a lawsuit.
What insurers fear more than anything is a proven personal injury attorney ready to fight and win at trial. Typically in these situations they’ll make a higher settlement offer, rather than risk a virtually unlimited jury award.
Car accident knee injuries deserve compensation
If you've been hurt in a car accident caused by someone else, you deserve to recover damages for your medical bills, missed work, pain and suffering and other damages.
Knee injuries can be expensive and time-consuming to treat. Don't be pressured into quickly taking a low settlement offer without speaking to an experienced attorney about your case.
Steve Caya is an award-winning personal injury attorney with experience on all sides: he's also a former insurance industry professional, and a motorcycle accident survivor. Whether you've been injured in a rear-ended car accident or need an attorney for a truck accident, Steve Caya will seek full and fair compensation for your losses.
See more examples of rear-end collision settlements secured in Wisconsin.
Before filing a lawsuit, know how Wisconsin law works
Wisconsin operates under what's known as shared fault law, meaning each person involved in the accident is held responsible for a portion of the liability. If you weren't completely at fault for the crash, you're eligible to receive compensation for your injuries in a settlement or jury award should it come to it.
Here's a the most important things to know about making a claim after a car accident:
- Who you can sue for car accident compensation
- How to file a car accident injury claim
- Time limits on filing a car accident lawsuit
- How long it can take to settle a car crash lawsuit, in or out of court
- The ins and outs of filing a lawsuit on your own
- Example Wisconsin car accident settlements
Steve Caya has earned clients six and seven figure settlements for injuries caused by the actions of others. Steve Caya is an award-winning personal injury lawyer who will fight tooth and nail for YOUR compensation. No win, no fee.
Get a free case evaluation, anywhere in WI
Our law firm is in Janesville, but you don't have to be. Contact us to request a free consulation and we'll gladly come to you, anywhere in the state.