A personal injury case involves much more than simply “telling it like it is.” Instead, the process to recover the fair and just compensation you need involves complicated legal rules that in some cases have developed over the course of more than 100 years.
The law has created many detailed rules governing how disputes proceed. Experienced attorneys understand how litigation works. More importantly, the attorneys at Loney & Schueller understand the hidden nuances and pitfalls of the rules governing how cases proceed. We know when these rules apply to a case, when they don’t, and how to navigate the gray areas in between.
Every client receives the benefit of the knowledge of an entire team of personal injury attorneys with over 40 years of personal injury experience. We love helping people – that’s what we do! We make sure every client’s rights are fairly and vigorously represented.
In addition to exchanging answers to written questions called interrogatories, the law requires an exchange of documents. Your attorney will help you when it is time to provide a statement under oath. This is called a deposition. Your attorney not only defends you in your deposition, but also interviews the opposing side’s witnesses and key players.
Ultimately, the investigation involved in building your case will enable your attorney to advise you regarding your legal options. Those legal options may include settlement, further negotiation and even trial. Whatever option you choose, you want to know you are relying on attorneys with seasoned legal judgment.
We Understand Your Fear
If all of this makes you nervous, do not worry. You are not alone. We work regularly with clients who have these fears.
Suffering a serious injury means missing work and medical bills. If you are like most people, missing work and a paycheck is simply not an option. We will work with you to navigate the legal system and get those medical expenses paid by the parties that should be shouldering that burden instead of you.
When you have personal injury questions, we can provide you answers. Call 515-225-4485 for a free consultation to speak to with a lawyer about your questions.