Do I Need a Lawyer?
No one can anticipate an accident, and it is for that reason that many accident victims are taken off-guard and overwhelmed in the aftermath of an unexpected and serious accident. When you have suffered an accident because of the negligence or carelessness of another person, you may be hurt and confused by that person's disrespect for your safety and your wellbeing. The law provides a way for you to hold that person accountable for the reckless actions that have hurt you and your family, and you can do so by filing a personal injury claim.
The process involved with filing an injury claim and seeking compensation can be stressful and overwhelming for accident victims who are dealing with physical injuries and emotional traumatization. Few people are prepared to take on this legal task alone, and that is why our firm exists. Givens Givens Sparks was founded with the mission of providing high quality, effective legal representation for injury victims and their families. We have witnessed the difference that our legal work can make in the lives and futures of our clients, and we are excited to work hard for you.
An Advocate Who Will Fight For You
Regardless of whether you have suffered from traumatic brain injury, dog bites, a car accident or a defective product, you will benefit from the legal counsel and representation that a skilled lawyer at our firm can provide. Our clients can focus completely on recovering from their injuries because they know that we are working tirelessly to help them achieve the maximum amount of compensation available.
Many personal injury victims do not receive the full amount of compensation they deserve because they accept the first settlement that the insurance company offers. Our lawyers have extensive experience negotiating with large insurance companies who employ practices such as delaying or lowering injury claims, and we will not settle for less compensation than you deserve for your pain and suffering. So instead of asking whether you can afford a lawyer for your injury claim, ask yourself if you can afford to be without one.