What are the ramifications if you choose to represent yourself for the injuries you sustained in an accident? Among other things, do you know how to draft an injury lawsuit that will withstand a motion to dismiss? Springer & Lyle drafts and litigates lawsuits. That’s just part of their job.
Get Paid the Most for your Case
Most injury cases arise from motor vehicle or on premises accidents. That means it’s highly likely that the person you’re claiming against has insurance. When the insurance adjuster tells you that they’ve handled thousands of cases like yours, it might not be an exaggeration. This is your first case. It’s that adjuster’s 3,011th. Even if they pay you some money, they’re still ahead. What they’re paying is probably nowhere near what they’d be paying if you were represented by Springer & Lyle because you prejudiced your case from the beginning when you decided that you could do the same thing that experienced trial lawyers do.
Honesty is Our Policy
Using Springer & Lyle in your personal injury case will almost certainly be to your benefit. And if it won’t be, we will tell you. We are seasoned personal injury lawyers who have handled countless cases similar to yours. The advice we can give you from our extensive experience is invaluable.
We’ll tell you whether your case is worth pursuing given the time, effort and money that it costs to pursue a personal injury claim. You need no money up front to retain us, and if we represent you on an injury case, you owe us no attorneys’ fees until we obtain a recovery for you.
Understanding the System
Preparing for and litigating a personal injury lawsuit is a very difficult and time consuming endeavor. Your understanding of what the law should be and what the law really is might be at opposite ends of the spectrum. The rules of evidence which govern the admissibility of exhibits and testimony are confusing and can be extremely complicated to the average person.
As an example, medical records cannot be admitted into evidence without testimony that authenticates them or, an affidavit that indicates they are business records of the facility that made them. The other driver will be represented by an attorney and their insurance company would love for you not to be.