Anatomy of a Personal Injury Case Part 1: Client Intake to Settlement
Other personal injury attorneys may want to keep you in the dark about the claim settlement process, but at Spada Law Group, LLC we understand that knowledge is power and we want our clients to hold the power. To that end, we offer this comprehensive guide to the personal injury process in Massachusetts to anyone who asks for it. You have likely not felt in control since an accident left you seriously injured. Start taking back control of your life by getting your free copy of our book, Anatomy of a Personal Injury Case Part 1: Client Intake to Settlement.
What You Will Get in Part 1 of Our Free Guide
The time after a serious accident can be chaotic. You may be dealing with the police, your employer, insurance adjusters, other people involved in the accident, and more. At the same time, you are trying to get the medical treatment you need and wondering how you are going to pay for it. Is this the time to call a lawyer? Find out by requesting our free e-book and getting the information you need to make some important decisions. Our book covers the following:
- When to talk to a lawyer
- What will happen at the first meeting
- What documents you need to gather
- How you will pay your lawyer
- Calculating damages, including medical bills, the emotional toll, lost wages, and more
- How an accident settlement works
Our book will also tell you how to get in touch with the personal injury team at the Spada Law Group, LLC, and how we can help you through this difficult time.
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When you request our free ebook, you will get all the information you need to make a decision about hiring a personal injury attorney to represent you when you have been injured in an accident. Just because you are getting that information from us, however, does not mean that you are under any obligation to hire us. We are happy to share our knowledge and, if you do decide to reach out to us, we will be here for you.
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