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The Brooks Injury Law Process
Confused by the idea of a personal injury case? We understand, and you are not alone.
The steps of the process can seem long and confusing. Personal injury cases can last anywhere from a few days to two years (before a lawsuit is officially filed), and the reasoning of the case length depends much on your treatment and medical care. Read below about the timeline of a typical personal injury case.
If you have been in an accident or are suffering from an injury caused during a recent incident, you can call us, text us, or email us 24/7/365 to speak to one of our intake specialists. Initial consultations are always free. We'll discuss the details of your incident and discuss how we can make your life better.
As a client of Brooks Injury Law, you'll meet the paralegal and attorney on your case right away. To meet the needs of our clients, all of this can be in person, online, or over the phone. We can all process all necessary paperwork online from the convenience of your cell phone.
Let us take care of everything while you focus on treatment. Our paralegals and attorneys take detailed notes of any pain you've felt as a result of your accident. Our #1 priority is making sure you get better. While you treat for your injuries, you can rest assured that we're handling your case for you behind-the-scenes. We'll keep you in the loop for any changes in your case and check in with you to make sure your treatment is going well.
We'll deep dive into all the facts of your case. We will take over communicating with the insurance companies involved, gather all evidence, including police reports and video, 911 audio, incident reports, and more, and protect all evidence to refer to later in the case. We'll also gather your medical records to help prove your case. This will form the foundation of your demand for settlement.
Here, we'll put together a demand package to the insurance adjuster that includes every financial and physical damage you've sustained since your incident. This will encompass things like medical bills, lost wages, out-of-pocket expenses, and even the cost of any future medical treatments you require because of the incident. Once you approve it, we'll send this demand to the insurance company, and begin negotiations. You'll be involved in this entire process, so you'll always know where you stand during these negotiations.