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Crowson Law Group Focuses Exclusively on Personal Injury Matters

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Updated 10:48 AM CDT, Wed, April 24,2019

Wasilla, AK -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/24/2019 -- If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident that results in some injury or loss you may be eligible for compensation by way of a personal injury claim. If such an accident is as a result of negligence, recklessness or intentional actions of another driver the law provides that you be 'made whole' by way of a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Injuries that result from car accidents may cause the victim to endure hospitalization, surgery, therapy, medication and other treatments necessary for the individual's recovery. When an individual undergoes such treatments they may dwell on the unfairness of the situation especially when the medical bills begin to pile up. The option of filing a personal injury claim becomes viable, however, the question is whether to settle a matter or go to trial.

One article stated the following, "While the thought of going through a trial to seek compensation from the other driver may be overwhelming, it may be necessary in order to obtain what you to get the compensation you deserve." A personal injury attorney was recorded as saying "In as much as an initial offer on a case may seems attractive and may bring about an easy way to get some quick money, it is important to avoid accepting the first and fastest settlement that the insurance company offers without considering what the doctor has to say about your problems as well as taking into consideration the total scope of your injuries."

It should also be noted that most personal injury cases do not go to trial. Instead, it is much more common for the parties to a case to negotiate a settlement rather than filing a lawsuit. Even in instances where a lawsuit is filed, it is common for the cases to settle at some point during the pre-trial proceedings before getting to a jury. It is during these negotiations that the plaintiff and the defendant, by way of the attorneys, agree on a sum of money to compensate the plaintiff for his or her injuries. Where attorneys are not involved, the victim may have to go through a settlement negotiation with the insurance company. In such a situation, it is more common than not for the insurance company to make an unreasonably low offer.

When it comes to negotiating a settlement after your accident, there are important factors that you must take into consideration before accepting a settlement. It is critical to the victim to get as much information as possible about their injuries and the care that they will need in future. This can be achieved by discussing your case with your doctors, looking at the strengths and weaknesses of your case, - with regard to the evidence you possess - looking at previous cases with similar factors as yours, having the skill of negotiation as well as being able to predict your chances of winning in the event your case goes to trial. In order to achieve these an individual would need the services of an experienced accident attorney in Alaska.

Having the best attorney for personal injury on your side is critical in negotiating a settlement. It is important to thoroughly understand the settlement offer because once you sign the settlement agreement, you will have basically signed away your right to pursue more money in the future.

About the Crowson Law Group
Crowson Law Group is a law firm of renowned professionals who focus exclusively on personal injury matters. If you are searching for the best car accident personal injury lawyer in Wasilla Alaska, contact Crowson Law Group today.

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Company :Crowson Law Group Wasilla
Address: 1981 E. Palmer-Wasilla Hwy, Suite 220, Wasilla, AK 99654
Phone: 907-519-0193

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