An accident and serious injury can lead you to a place of confusion and result in numerous unanswered questions. You may not know where to turn for answers. At Butwinick Injury Law, can provide you with the quality legal guidance and the answers you need. Our firm has nearly 20 years of experience preparing personal injury claims and fighting for just compensation on behalf of our clients.
Attorney Bob S. Butwinick from our firm is dedicated to protecting the safety of Minneapolis residents. We have, therefore, provided answers to the following frequently asked questions!
How much does Butwinick Injury Law charge?
At Butwinick Injury Law, there is no charge for your initial visit or phone call. During this meeting, we can answer all of your questions without obligation. We work on a contingency fee basis which means that we never charge a fee unless we get a recovery on your behalf.
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Who can file a claim for personal injury?
Any party who has suffered injury as the result of negligence can file a claim for compensation. If you did not play a part in the accident that led to your injuries, you can recover compensation by establishing the other person's liability.
Do I need an attorney?
Victims of accidents are not required to retain legal counsel, but there are many benefits. Individuals who are represented by a personal injury attorney have a better chance to collect compensation than individuals who file without representation. Your attorney can fight on your behalf for full and fair compensation.
What if I am unable to come to the office?
At Butwinick Injury Law, we can come to you! In the event that you are unable to travel to our office, our attorney can meet with you at your house, in the hospital, or at another spot.
Will I have to go to court?
Not necessarily. If the insurance company for the party who caused the injury will accept a fair settlement, you do not have to bring about a lawsuit. We are skilled at negotiating without filing a claim. If, however, the insurance company will not fairly negotiate, we can proceed with a lawsuit.
I may be partially at fault for the accident. Can I still sue?
Yes. Under the state's comparative negligence rules, you may still have a case if you were partly at fault in causing your accident. You should consult with a lawyer for help fight for the compensation you deserve.
Our attorneys have the experience and capabilities to help clients fight for a positive case outcome. We strive to hold liable parties responsible for their actions using cutting-edge technology. In fact, we are the first law firm in Minneapolis to monitor personal injury cases through the Chesapeake Interlink Personal Injury Negligence System. Contact us to find out what our Minneapolis personal injury attorneys can do to establish liability for your case.