Should You Accept Your Settlement Offer? We Can Answer That.

Whether or not you should accept a settlement offer for your motor vehicle accident case depends on a variety of factors. No two auto accidents are exactly alike. The incidents themselves, plus their impact on the victims' lives, can vary dramatically. This means that even if your neighbor was involved in a similar crash and received a certain amount of money, the amount you deserve may be greater or less than that.

So what does this mean for you? It means you need a knowledgeable advocate on your side. You need an experienced personal injury attorney who can carefully evaluate the details of your unique case and provide the trustworthy counsel required. At James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C., we are here to do just that. Our attorney has more than 35 years of legal experience in personal injury law.

Don't put your future at further risk by accepting a settlement offer without talking to our attorney. Call us at 304-881-0652 for a free consultation.

Based in Charleston, West Virginia, our law firm also serves injured individuals and the families of wrongful death victims in Washington, D.C.

Questions To Ask When Considering A Settlement Offer

If the insurance company offers you a settlement, it is wise to consider it from all angles before accepting it. Here are a few questions you can ask:

  • Does the settlement offer take into account all your current medical expenses — which may include mileage to and from doctor appointments, prosthetics, the cost of prescription medications and more?
  • Does it account for any future medical expenses, such as the need for ongoing physical therapy or reconstructive surgery years down the road?
  • Does it fully cover your lost wages due to time off work?
  • Does it account for any wages you could have earned in the future but now cannot due to your injuries?
  • Does it reimburse you for property damage, such as extensive damage to your vehicle?
  • Does it compensate you for all the pain, suffering and emotional distress you have endured and may continue to endure?
  • If you lost a loved one, does the settlement compensate you for the loss of companionship? Does it fully cover all funeral expenses?

Get A Professional Opinion About Your Case Today

Remember, the insurance company wants to pay you the very least it can. It's not looking out for your best interests. To make sure you receive the full amount you may deserve, contact a professional. Call our lawyer today at 304-881-0652, or send us an email. We can provide the advice you need to make the important decision about accepting a settlement or not.