Personal Injury | Blogs by Steven Titus & Associates, P.C.
If you have suffered an injury through someone else’s negligence and are seeking representation in a personal injury claim, it is important to understand how personal injury lawyers are paid. Some injured people may try to deal with insurance companies on their own because they mistakenly believe hiring an attorney would require paying out-of-pocket. This is simply not the case. Most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis.
Wyoming has approximately 576,800 residents. Though this population may be much smaller compared to other states, a significant number of accidents happen yearly. As a result, personal injury claims in Wyoming can get expensive, and an experienced attorney can help you pay your medical bills and earn you compensation for your damages. Our professional team at Steven Titus & Associates P.C. can be contacted at (307) 257-7800. We will fight firmly for a payout you can be satisfied with.
The biggest question we get asked by new clients is, “How am I going to pay for my medical bills?” At the end of the day, our goal as personal injury attorneys is to make sure you are taking care of after an accident. If you had to pay for a doctor’s visit out-of-pocket or need surgery, we include these costs in your claim. But while your claim is being negotiated, there are ways you can cover your bills or get them extended until you receive a settlement.
The open wilderness of Campbell County and Gillette offers a variety of trails and parks to explore by bike. Riders will often jump into gear to enjoy the clear trails and roads, but they should keep in mind all possible safety risks before heading out. Our local trails can be inviting for intrepid explorers, but our roads and highways are a different story and require a clear mind to avoid a serious accident.
Hospitals are not transparent by nature. They don’t share their safety records with the public, and they do not like to admit it when they make mistakes. They’re businesses, and while we hope they have good motives, we know the administrators make a lot of money.
The bubonic plague is the stuff of nightmares. This disease was responsible for some of the darkest times in human history. But it’s not something we have to worry about in the 21st century, right?
Insurance is a part of our everyday lives. It’s a way for you to protect against unforeseen events, whether a car wreck, a health emergency, or a fire in the home. Based on the many, many insurance commercials on TV, it would seem like insurance companies are only concerned with helping us in our time of need.
The reality is insurance companies are among the largest, wealthiest corporations in the world. In our years of practicing law in Gillette, we’ve seen countless insurance companies put their bottom line ahead of the welfare of their clients.
Here in Wyoming, we personal injury lawyers encounter another kind of accident that most lawyers don’t: horse accidents.
With so many lakes and rivers in Wyoming, boating activities are among the many outdoor activities that both residents and visitors turn to in abundance during the summer months. And while getting out on the water is a great way to beat the heat and to have fun with family and friends, accidents also pose a major threat, especially when safety is not a priority.
Don’t let your summer vacation be ruined by a tragic boating accident. Take all necessary precautions before heading out on the water.
When it comes to getting an insurance settlement for your injury, whether you were hit by another driver or broke some bones at your jobsite, remember to “tread wisely” on social media. Even if you don’t have social media accounts of your own, your family or friends might, and what they post can also hurt you. Here’s our advice for maximizing your chances of a successful claim…
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