Drivers who are reckless, inattentive, or impaired cause an extraordinary number of accidents every year, many of which result in severe, or even fatal injuries. At Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., our goal is to hold negligent drivers accountable and ensure that you are able to receive the compensation that you deserve in order to fully cover the expenses associated with your accident.
Frequently, you will find that insurance companies offer extremely low settlements following an automobile accident, working to ensure that they pay out as little as possible while wrapping up the case as quickly as possible. When you accept one of these settlements without first speaking to a Kansas City car accident attorney, you are risking the loss of a much larger settlement. There is a very real possibility that you may not receive the amount you need to cover the costs of your injury.
To speak with an experienced Kansas City personal injury attorney, contact our firm.
We represent clients involved in many different types of accidents, such as rollovers, rear-end collisions, head-on collisions, and side-swipes. Whereas some accidents can result in problematic, but ultimately impermanent, injuries such as soft tissue damage or whiplash, others could have much more serious consequences. These can include injuries to the spinal cord and brain, amputations, severe burns, and even the death of a loved one.
Dealing with insurance companies without a strong legal background can be damaging to you in the long run. In addition to potentially losing out on compensation, you may also jeopardize your ability to bring future personal injury claims, in the event that your injuries worsen with time. Often, these companies attempt to convince you that your injuries are minor and the costs incurred are minimal. We recommend that you instead turn to our team of committed, experienced attorneys who fight for your best interests.
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