Multi Vehicle Accident Attorney
Car Accident Lawyers
Experiencing a car accident can be tremendously stressful, especially when multiple vehicles are involved. Attempting to coordinate with several insurance companies and gathering each requested document, all while attempting to recover from serious or catastrophic injuries can quickly become overwhelming. However, you do not need to go through this process alone and our personal injury attorneys can be in your corner every step of the way. Let us deal with the insurance companies and handle the legal paperwork so you can focus on rest and recovery.
What sets our car accident attorneys apart?
- Decades of trial-tested experience in your corner
- Selected to Nation’s Top 1% by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel
- Named in the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers
- Millions recovered for our clients in past cases
We do not charge a fee unless we win your case. Contact us to request your free case evaluation.
Who Can Be Held Responsible for My Damages?
Motor vehicle accidents in Wisconsin are handled on a “modified comparative fault” model. What this means is that a driver can collect compensation as long as their total “fault” does not exceed that of the driver who caused the accident. Additionally, the amount of compensation that you can collect is directly affected by your level of fault. For example, If it is determined that you are 10% responsible for an accident while the “at fault” car is 90% responsible, you may be eligible for 90% of the total compensation.
This scenario can be complicated when three or more vehicles are determined to share some percentage of fault, all with their own recollection of events and all who are likely fighting for their best interest. The importance of securing an experienced legal advocate in these situations cannot be overstated and our multi-vehicle accident attorneys can fight to protect your interests in any situation. Was a commercial truck involved in the accident? Was a driver of one of the vehicles uninsured? We have handled even the most complex cases and know how to maximize the strength of your claim.
Compensation for Injured Motorists
After an accident, securing the compensation you need in order to move forward with your life is likely to be on the forefront of your mind. Your monetary reward can be greatly influenced by your ability to show exactly how an accident has affected you. While damages such as hospital bills and missed work typically have a monetary value already attached, non-economic damages such as pain & suffering can be difficult to quantify. Our personal injury lawyers can help you to accurately and effectively communicate the nature of your case so that you can recover every penny that you deserve.
Our firm can help you to recover damages including:
- Initial medical bills
- Pain & suffering
- Missed work
- Reduced income potential
- Reduced quality of life
- Therapy & rehabilitation costs
Injured in a Car Accident? Get Help Now!
If you have been injured in a car accident, it is important to act quickly. While the statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Wisconsin is three years, any delay can negatively affect your claim. For example, failure to seek prompt medical care may be used by the insurance adjuster or opposing attorney as evidence that your injuries are not as severe or as urgent as you have reported.
The personal injury claims process is full of pitfalls and potential setbacks. At Casey Law Offices, S.C., we can help you to understand the nature of your case as well as what you may expect in the time ahead. When you need effective legal advocacy, our car accident attorneys are here to help.
Call (414) 272-5564 and speak to an injury attorney about your claim and legal options.