To be awarded compensation in Wisconsin, there must be conclusive evidence that proves who is at fault and therefore liable to pay for damages. In many cases, proving fault isn’t as easy as it sounds, even if your injuries or losses seem significant. It’s true that some cases are more difficult than others. It’s also true that some law firms won’t listen to the details of your claim because they make quick assumptions. You’re case may be complicated. However, if you continue to feel strongly about the possibilities, then get yourself a second opinion.Take advantage of the free consultation for new clients.

Second Opinion About An Accident Case

The ultimate goal of an injury lawsuit is to obtain maximum compensation for damages. If you’re your injuries are extreme and severe, this may put your case in a more favorable position. However, not all evidence is this “cut and dry.” For more than twenty years, Action Law Offices has been dedicated to personal injury cases. This means they may be more experienced in taking on otherwise “difficult to prove” cases. In addition, many people find that the attorneys at Action Law Offices are more compassionate; excellent listeners and outstanding defenders of victim rights. They have taken on and won cases of all shape and sizes. Of course, there are no guarantee that Action Law will represent yours, but there is no harm in seeking a second opinion. If the firm agrees to take on your case, there are also no fees unless they win.

Settlement For The “Less-Common” Accident

It’s true that big car accident cases make up the majority of personal injury lawsuits in Wisconsin, but don’t let that be a deterrent. Less common accidents can carry equal devastation. Most importantly, less-common accidents can have the potential for big settlements. If your accident is complicated, it’s understandable that there are many questions. There are likely uncertainties about evidence, injuries, liability, insurance, or otherwise. When the other law firm rejects your case, don’t give up after just one inquiry.

Questions Surrounding Less-Common Accidents:

  • Food Poisoning: Where there many people who complained? Was the poisoning intentional? Can it be proven that the store or restaurant was legally at fault? Did you suffer a level of harm that justifies the time and money that goes into a case like this?
  • Premises Liability: Were your injuries severe? Was the property owner aware of the dangerous environment or need for maintenance? Did the property owner have sufficient time fix the issue? Did the property owner not use reasonable care to ensure the safety of others?
  • Medical Malpractice: What was the duty of the medical provider? Did the provider stray from an expected standard of care? Were there misdiagnosis or missed diagnosis? Was there a surgical, anesthesia or prescription error? Did medical malpractice have severe consequences to your health?
  • Product Liability: Did the manufacturer sell a defective product? Where there clear instructions that came with the product? Was there a design defect? Was there a marketing defect? Did you sustain serious injuries? Did others sustain similar injuries?

Time Can Complicate Things-Don’t Wait

Whether a law firm settles your case in or out of court, evidence must be available to support your claim. More complicated cases may require quick action to preserve evidence. If you’ve already been rejected by one firm, don’t wait long to get a second opinion. Action Law has represented and won cases that came from similar situations. In addition, Wisconsin has a time limit on how long after an accident a person can file a lawsuit. #Inured?TakeAction!

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