I was in a bicycle accident. Do I have a case?
Do I need a lawyer?
How much will I get from my settlement?
An insurance company has already offered me a settlement. Why should I hire an attorney to do the same?
- A cyclist was injured when a driver cut them off, swerved to avoid impact and resulted in hitting the pavement. They were offered $700 to settle the case by the insurance company involved. The cyclist retained our office and the case settled for policy limits of $15,000.
- Another cyclist was cut off when a motorist made an unsafe left-hand turn. He was offered $5,000 by the insurance company, which refused to go a cent higher than that. After retaining our office the case settled for $40,000.
What we’re trying to say is that while you may get a good looking offer, it’s usually nothing close to what your case is actually worth. If you’ve been offered a settlement, and aren’t sure it’s a just amount, contact us today for a free consultation. No obligations, no worries!
I wasn’t actually hit by a car, but I’m injured. Do I still have a case?
How much will it cost me to hire a Pattenaude attorney?
We never take any fees from the property damage portion of the case. We handle this portion of the claim as a courtesy to our client. This means all the money recovered for your bike and other personal items damaged in the accident go back to you.
How long will it take to settle my case?
If you believe you have a case, call today for your free personal evaluation.
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Trust no one but Pattenaude Law for your Personal Injury cases. We have experience in a wide variety of practice areas, winning 99% of our cases. Tom Pattenaude represents seriously injured people both within the State of California, as well as nationally. No matter the circumstance, we are a reliable firm that will not settle for anything less than just compensation.
If you believe you have a personal injury case or are in question on whether you should file a claim, call in today for a free evaluation. We only take valid cases and will provide as much guidance as possible on how to determine so. Contact us today to find out more.