Around these parts, Tormey & McConnell is known for helping personal injury victims get the money they need from pushy insurance adjusters. Our team is always ready to go to bat for you to ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
If you or a loved one suffered injuries that someone else was responsible for due to negligence, carelessness, or any other reason, you may be eligible for compensation for all damages incurred due to the injury. To learn more about how to proceed with available legal options, call our Amarillo personal injury lawyers. Let us go to bat for you.
Types of Cases We Represent
- Personal injury
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Oilfield accidents
- Gun injuries
- Truck accident
- Wrongful death
- Product liability
- Insurance law
What to Know About Your Personal Injury Case
Most people aren’t familiar enough with the legal system to be able to navigate it effectively while simultaneously trying to recover from an injury. This is especially hard to deal with knowing someone else’s negligence or reckless conduct has led to the predicament in the first place.
Knowing what to do after you’re injured can be the key to making your case as strong as possible. At Tormey & McConnell, we always operate with transparency, and we want you to be knowledgeable about and prepared for your case. Here are five steps you need to take in the aftermath of your injury to make your case as strong as possible:
1. Get Medical Help
The most important thing to do after any injury is to get the medical help you need. Your own safety is more important than anything else in the aftermath of an injury. Additionally, having medical records can serve as useful evidence for your case.
2. Notify the Appropriate Party
In the wake of your injury, you’ll need to report your accident to the right entity or person. For example, if you were in a car accident, you would report it to the police. However, a slip and fall at a store would require you to report it to the store manager. It is important that the right person be notified of your accident as soon as possible to protect your claim to compensation.
3. Gather Evidence
If you’re able to, the next step is gathering evidence. This can include a wide variety of items that are relevant to your case including eyewitness statements and photographs of the accident scene. You’ll also need to keep track of any medical records and their expenses as well as documentation of lost wages.
4. Get Your Case Reviewed
Once you’ve gathered all the necessary evidence, it’s time to get your case reviewed. Calculating the exact amount of compensation you’re owed can be a tall order for someone recovering from an injury, so having your case reviewed by a professional can take that burden off your shoulders.
5. Let Us Go To Bat For You
When it comes to finding an Amarillo personal injury lawyer, Tormey & McConnell have got you covered. With our 50 years of combined experience, you can rest easy and focus on your recovery while we take on insurance companies and fight the compensation you deserve. Let us go to bat for you!