Because the insurance company has a team of professionals looking out for the company’s best interests, it is imperative that you have a team of professional attorneys looking out for your legal rights to compensation. Think about it, the insurance company makes money by collecting premiums, so they will pay as little as possible to settle a claim. We fight to see that you receive fair compensation for your injuries.
Choosing the right Virginia Injury Lawyer is an important decision. You want to find an attorney that has experience and a proven track record of reaching settlements for cases like yours. James B. Feinman has helped clients get the compensation they deserve for their injuries. Call us now to discuss your case.
No. Our law office is happy to offer a free consultation so that you can make an informed decision about your situation. We will review the merits of your case and advise you on whether or not we feel you have a strong case, at no charge to you. If you and we decide to move forward with your case, our attorneys will work on a contingency basis.
Our injury lawyers work on a contingency, meaning we don’t get paid unless we recover compensation for you. Our fees are deducted from your settlement. You have no obligation to us unless we make a recovery on your behalf. Each matter is different, and the fee is based upon the nature of the case, but we will discuss your fees prior to representing you.<br />
Once we have reviewed your case in complete detail, we will have an idea of what we believe we can recover on your behalf. Truthfully, every case is worth as much as we can negotiate with an insurance company, or what a court decides as an acceptable amount of compensation. Usually, your injuries and treatments will have a great impact on the dollar amount granted. That is why it is important to document all injuries, and all expenses related to the accident.
Most cases are resolved without going to court. Once the insurance company agrees to pay what we feel your case is worth, we can settle out of court. If we cannot come to an agreement with the insurance company, we will diligently fight for your rights in a court.
Absolutely not. Do not sign anything or give any formal statements without first talking to an injury lawyer about your legal rights. Anything you say can and will be used against you by the insurance company. You are not obligated to give any statements until you have consulted with an attorney.
No. After a work-related injury, an injured worker is limited to Workers’ Compensation. Workers’ Compensation provides payments for medical bills to treat the injury and disability payments until the worker is able to work. In certain circumstances, another party may be sued for the injury. If you have had a Workers’ Compensation claim denied, we can help you with an appeal for benefits.