If you are not satisfied with how we are handling your personal injury case within the first 30 days of hiring our firm, you may take your file from our office and you will owe us nothing with no questions asked.
Hausmann-McNally, S.C., has multiple employees in several states ─ Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Nebraska, Iowa, and North Dakota. We believe that choosing high-quality attorneys and professional staff has helped build a strong culture of collaboration at our personal injury law firm.
Although you may not meet all our staff, you should know that there are many behind-the-scenes individuals working hard to keep your case moving forward. Some of the people who could be working on your case include:
Property damage settlement professionals who help get your vehicle repaired/replaced
Investigators and photographers who interview clients and take photos of injuries and property damage
Insurance professionals who research the extent of coverage related to your case
Medical experts to evaluate your injuries and determine how they will affect you into the future
Paralegals assigned to collect all your paperwork and regularly update you on progress in your case
A legal settlement team to handle negotiations with the insurance companies
Trial attorneys who can skillfully argue your case in court
Settlement distribution professionals to help finalize your recovery
The process of pursuing maximum compensation after an accident can be complicated, but our team is focused on your needs every step of the way. Any time you have a question on your case or just want a status update, we are here to talk.
As a client, you will see our collaborative spirit and commitment to teamwork as we take on your case. Here’s what you can expect from us:
When you first contact us, you will talk with an investigator. The investigator will discuss the facts of your case and quickly begin working on the property damage portion of your claim.
An attorney will review your case and immediately assign a paralegal to start collecting all evidence related to your injury and the accident, including medical records and accident reports from law enforcement.
Our firm will contact all the insurance companies that may be involved in your case to inform them that they will be dealing with your legal team from now on.
Our team will also contact your doctor or the hospital to keep you from being hounded with bills while your claim is pending.
Once you have finished your medical treatment and have healed as much as possible, our team will gather evidence of all your accident-related expenses (medical, rehabilitation, lost wages, etc.) to determine what compensation should be in your case.
Your attorney will use all this evidence to aggressively negotiate during settlement talks with the insurance companies.
If the insurance company refuses to offer you a full and fair settlement, our entire team will be prepared to take your case to court.
Although our legal team will work as quickly as possible, we do not take shortcuts to hurry things along. It takes time to determine the extent of your losses and injuries. In some cases, the accident may result in a permanent disability, and we need to be prepared to establish the degree of your permanent physical impairment in the face of an almost-certain insurance company challenge.
Your lawyer needs time to research and prepare a strong case. However, at every step along the way, we are available to discuss the status of your claim and how much more time we expect your case will take.
If you or a loved one has been hurt in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you need to speak with one of our compassionate personal injury attorneys today. Our skilled legal team handles a wide range of injury claims, including:
Grandmother Tragically Injured by Reckless Driver Receives Verdict in Excess of $120,000
On a cold day in February 2010, Martha Larkin was on her way to pick up her grandson at a local high school in Sylvania, Ohio. Martha was stopped at the intersection of Monroe Street and Silica Drive waiting for traffic to clear so she could turn left onto Silica Drive. After the light turned she started to turn left and was suddenly hit by a driver coming through the intersection. Immediately on impact, Martha felt severe pain in her left ankle and her chest and was rushed to a nearby hospital.