Why You Need to Take Legal Action
If you or a loved one has suffered damages as the result of another’s negligence, carelessness, or reckless behavior, pursuing legal action against them is a right you should always exercise. In addition, you should not hesitate to initiate these legal actions as soon as possible. While our firm understands all too well that these are troubling times rife with physical, emotional, and financial setbacks, we also want injured victims, families, and businesses to understand that taking legal action immediately can make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
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At Annie McAdams PC, our personal injury attorneys pride ourselves in acting as first responders here to help you begin your legal journey. As we know that waiting to file or claim can be devastating to injured victims in need, we stress the importance of acting fast because we have seen the benefits first hand.
The benefits can include the following:
- Strengthen your case — One of the most important reasons behind acting fast after you or a loved one has sustained an injury or suffered an illness is the fact that your case can be strengthened immensely. By reaching out to our firm as soon as possible after your accident, our personal injury lawyers can begin investigating the circumstances pertaining to your case. This allows our legal team to gather and preserve evidence, accumulate information of witnesses, and capture any sort of tangible or non-tangible support for your case that may diminish over time.
- Successful claims take time — The fact of the matter is that successful claims take time. By contacting our firm early on, our attorneys can have the time to work your case up to its full potential. This can include not only case preparation and development, but also close working relationships with you and with professionals, experts, and specialists who can help strengthen your claim.
- Avoiding the statute of limitations — Perhaps the most important element of which clients should be aware is that there is a statute of limitations that applies to personal injury cases. A statute of limitations essentially limits the amount of time a victim has to file a formal personal injury claim. These can vary depending on the situation and the circumstances involved. If victims fail to file claims before the statute of limitations runs out, they will be ineligible to recover the damages they suffered.
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We know full well that these are difficult times and that victims and families have a great deal on their plate. As such, we empathize with your struggles and do our best to encourage you to meet with a member of our legal team. We offer free case evaluations to all injured victims so that you have the opportunity to learn more about pursuing legal action without any obligation to hire our firm or commit to a case. We also only work cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning that there is no fee unless a positive recovery is obtained.
Contact our firm at (713) 785-6262.