Sioux Falls Motor Vehicle Accidents Attorney
Have you been in a car or other motor vehicle accident? Has your accident caused you to incur medical expenses, lost wages, loss of enjoyment of life, or pain and suffering?
What Should I Do First?
First and foremost, take care of yourself and seek medical attention. Before you agree to any offer your insurance company makes, it is important to consult with an attorney. Call Ryan Duffy Law for a free initial consultation. Don’t wait until after you settle with your insurance company to call us – by then, it could be too late. We can help you navigate through the tricky auto insurance company protocols, and ensure that your insurance claim is not negotiated in bad faith.
What Should I Consider?
Have you thought about your future medical bills and expenses? Do you know if you will need ongoing medical treatment? What if you are unable to return to work? How is it determined who is liable? What if the accident was caused by a drunk driver? What if it was a no-fault accident? What if the other driver was uninsured or underinsured? There are so many questions and unknown expenses when you have suffered a personal injury. You need Ryan Duffy Law on your side to help you answer these questions and plan for the future.
How Do I Know the Extent of My Injuries?
Ryan Duffy Law knows how a motor vehicle accident can completely change your life. It can lead to severe damages and bodily injury including whiplash, concussions, back and neck injuries, broken bones, or permanent disabling injuries. You might need ongoing chiropractic care, physical therapy, surgery, or even accommodations for a disability. We can help you get an appropriate assessment of your injuries and help in determining what you might need to plan for in the future.
Can I Afford a Personal Injury Attorney?
Typically, if you are a Plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, attorney’s fees are not paid on an hourly basis. At Ryan Duffy Law, cases are done on a contingent fee basis. This means attorney fees are based on a percentage of your recovery amount and only paid if your case is won or successfully settled. There may be associated expenses that you will have to pay regardless of outcome, but Ryan Duffy Law will provide you with the details of your specific case upfront and make sure you understand it completely before filing your case.
How Long Do I Have to File My Claim?
The statute of limitations, or the amount of time you have to file your case, depends on the type of case you have. After hearing the facts of the accident in your initial consultation, Ryan Duffy Law will be able to tell you what time limit applies to your case. Don’t delay another day – the clock is always ticking.