When you've been injured you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side.
The attorneys at BRE Law have experience in handling all types of personal injury claims. We know you have your choice of attorneys so we have focused our practice not just on getting you the best results, but on giving you the best customer experience at the same time. Why? Because good isn't good enough. You deserve the best.
What is Personal Injury Law?
If you've been injured because of someone else, you may have a personal injury claim. Personal injuries can occur just about anywhere and include the following types of claims:
Dog & Animal Bites
Nursing Home Abuse
These are just a few of the different types of personal injury claims that we've handled. If you've been injured for any reason we can help you understand if you have a potential claim.
Who Can Recover?
If you've been injured, you may have a claim to recover for things like medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. If you are married, your spouse may also be able to recover.
If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, you may also be able to bring a claim for your loss as well as claim on behalf of your loved one's estate, depending on the circumstances.
An experienced personal injury attorney will get you a fair result and help you understand every step of the process.
Do I Need to Hire a Lawyer?
We're going to be very straightforward with you—if you have a personal injury claim, you can negotiate directly with the at-fault party or their insurance company to settle your claim. You are not required to hire an attorney and you may not even need one.
Many of our clients come to us after trying to negotiate a settlement on their own. They decide to hire an attorney because the process is more complicated than they anticipated (what's a lien and why do I have to pay it?), or they know they aren't being treated fairly. We're more than happy to step in to make sure you get a fair result.
If you handle your claim yourself, there are no do-overs. If you realize after the fact that you missed something, you can't go back and change the terms of your settlement. An experienced personal injury attorney will make sure that you get it right the first time and give you the peace of mind that you got the best outcome possible.