After A Personal Injury, Legal Counsel Is Critical

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Crisis management vividly describes the needs of a person who has suffered a personal injury It is natural to feel a loss about what to do after a car accident or any serious accident resulting in broken bones, back or neck injuries, a head injury or a spinal cord injury. Medical challenges loom large in the beginning. An injured person is often unable to work for a long time — sometimes indefinitely. Financial problems quickly multiply.

An Attorney Can File A Personal Injury Claim Or Lawsuit For The Injured

Having a lawyer dedicated to recovering compensation can make all the difference between a great loss and a manageable recovery process. When negligence is a factor, a personal injury lawyer can investigate, analyze facts, document evidence and prepare compelling arguments to present to claims adjusters, judges and juries.

Medical professionals may do their best to help the injured person recover after falls and car, truck and motorcycle accidents. Family, friends, co-workers, insurance companies and social workers can all play a part. At the same time, an efficient law firm can lift burdens from an injury victim and his or her family. A law office can coordinate communications with key players such as doctors' offices and insurers.

A Lawyer On Your Side Can Make The Difference Between A Great Loss And A Surmountable Challenge

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Attorney Jacqueline M. Reiner offers people hurt in accidents in and around the Richmond, Virginia, area, her dedicated advocacy services. As an experienced civil litigation attorney with a corporate background, she is well-prepared to apply relevant laws and legal precedents to strengthen her clients' personal injury claims and lawsuits.

The ultimate goal in every personal injury matter is to ensure that people injured through negligence of others are fully compensated for their injuries and losses. To discuss how to get your accidental injury case underway, call Jacqueline M. Reiner, PLLC, at 804-548-4457 or send an email message for a prompt response.