You may feel unsure about what steps to take after suffering harm in Wisconsin. Yet, you don’t have to attend law school to recover damages through a civil claim or lawsuit. Instead, you can partner with Ben Crump Law, PLLC on your case.
A personal injury attorney serving Wisconsin will do everything possible to recover what you need. A settlement or court award could include reimbursement for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We’re ready to listen to your story during a free, no-obligation case review.
What to Expect During Your Free Case Review
Our personal injury team wants to learn everything about your situation, including how you were hurt and what you’re expecting from our firm. You’ll have the chance to share those details during your free case review. Here, you can explain your situation and explore your legal options with no pressure.
You can also get the answers to some of your most pressing questions, such as what you can expect from our legal team and how much it costs to partner with us.
Ben Crump Law, PLLC Manages these Practice Areas in the Badger State
We manage these negligence-related cases for injured claimants:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Medical malpractice, including surgical errors and birth injuries
- Swimming pool accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Dog bites and attacks
- Premises liability incidents
We also advocate for families who have lost loved ones. You can learn more about your options when you reach out to our injury firm serving Wisconsin.
We Will do Everything Possible to Recover What you Need
You have the opportunity to secure compensation after an accident in Wisconsin. When building your case, Ben Crump Law, PLLC will:
Render Help on a Contingency-Fee Basis
You don’t pay anything upfront for our attorneys’ help. That’s because we offer help on a contingency-fee basis. This means:
- You’ll know everything about your payment plan from the very beginning.
- Our attorney’s fees come from the settlement we recover on your behalf.
- Our attorney’s fees depend on your case’s obligations.
- You owe nothing if your case does not succeed.
You can learn more about our contingency-fee-based representation during your free case review.
Determine Liability for Your Accident
Determining who caused your accident plays a vital role in determining liability. To learn who caused your accident, we will:
- Visit the accident scene
- Review any surveillance footage
- Interview witnesses
- Consult with accident reconstruction specialists
- Assess your injury-related losses
- Speak with your healthcare team
How we investigate your specific accident depends on your situation. For instance, if you suffered harm in a slip and fall accident, we would look for any hazards that the property owner knew (or should have known about) and didn’t address. From there, we could assert that because the property owner did not keep their premises safe, you suffered harm.
Review the Injuries you Suffered
To recover damages, we must draw a connection between your injuries and the accident itself. We will assess your medical records, speak with your healthcare team, and determine your injuries’ impact on your life.
Previously, we’ve advocated for injured people suffering from:
- Broken bones and fractures
- Cuts, burns, and bruises
- Head and brain injuries
- Spinal cord trauma
- Damage to internal organs
- Mental health complications, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Torn ligaments
- Sprains and strains
We encourage you to seek medical attention as soon as possible. This may involve visiting an urgent care center, your primary care provider, or an emergency room. While undergoing treatment, keep everything associated with your care, including copies of your imaging scans.
Identify Your Recoverable Losses
A personal injury lawyer serving Wisconsin will assess your missed time from work, necessary medical treatments, and overall well-being to determine what you need. Through negotiations or a judge’s verdict, you could receive:
- Healthcare costs, both past and future
- Property damage expenses
- Lost wages and other employment-related earnings
- Loss of future earning potential
- Pain, suffering, and mental anguish
We’re terribly sorry if you lost a loved one. While you spend time with your family, we will pursue damages for funeral expenses, loss of consortium, and palliative care.
Communicate with Insurance Agents
You can expect to deal with insurance representatives after an accident in Wisconsin. These representatives often work against claimants’ best interests, hoping to resolve claims for less than they’re worth.
We take over all communications with insurance companies, allowing you to focus on recovering from your injuries. We also assess any potential offers to ensure they meet your needs.
Help Your Case Stay on Track
You have a limited time to file your lawsuit after an accident in Wisconsin. How long you have to file depends on many aspects of your situation, including how you were hurt. When you partner with our team, you can trust that we’ll file your case and its necessary paperwork within the allotted period.
Negotiate for What you Need
After filing your insurance claim, we may have to negotiate for what you need. This involves presenting evidence, reviewing the liable insurance policy, and protecting you from bad faith insurance practices.
Negotiating a settlement also requires understanding the full scope of your losses. When assessing what you need and deserve, we’ll review your injuries’ severity, necessary healthcare treatments, and recovery period.
File a Lawsuit in Civil Court
Filing a lawsuit is more than presenting your case in court and asking for compensation. It requires following necessary procedures, applying the law to your case, and interviewing witnesses.
It also requires filing your case within Wisconsin’s statute of limitations. You can learn more about this crucial deadline when you connect with our personal injury team.
Begin Your Free Case Review With Ben Crump Law, PLLC Today
Are you looking for a personal injury lawyer serving Wisconsin? If so, consider reaching out to Ben Crump Law, PLLC. We’re ready to discuss your options whenever you’re ready. We’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to listen to your story.