Accidents happen. But what happens to you after you've been seriously injured in such an accident can vary, and to protect your rights and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve you need a good attorney. Whether it be a motor vehicle accident, medical malpractice, or wrongful death claim, the insurance company is not going to attempt to make you “whole” again, but instead they will offer you the smallest amount possible to make your claim go away, and if you accept that settlement you may be barred from asserting that claim ever again, even if it later turns out your injuries far outweigh what they paid you. Once you accept the offer it is finished. Done. If it turns out the money wasn't enough for your injuries you have no recourse. That is why it is vitally important to talk to an attorney before accepting any settlement.

Giving You The Assistance You Need During a Traumatic Time

After a serious personal injury, you are in physical and emotional pain from the trauma, and are often facing a long rehabilitation for your injuries. Yet despite just needing a time out from the stress of it all, the bills will arrive for all the medical treatment to repair your injuries and assist your recovery. That stress can often be too much. You need someone to help you coordinate your bills, treatment plan, and manage your case, so you can focus on healing.

We can assist you in finding professionals that are experts in the whatever field of medicine is most beneficial to your individual injuries. We can also assist you in getting a replacement vehicle or auto repairs if you were in a car accident, handling all communications with defense counsel and the insurance company, staying in constant communication with your medical providers about your treatment, obtaining and organizing your medical records, and negotiating with any creditors or bill collectors you have in order to stop them from harassing you while your case is pending. You do not have to go through these tough times alone if you have experienced attorneys to help you along the way.

If You Fail To Meet Certain Deadlines Your Claim May Be Barred Forever

If you were injured through the negligence of another person or company, you have the right to compensation for your injuries, expenses, and lost wages. However, there are often strict time limits on when a lawsuit may be pursued, and if you do not meet those deadlines you may be precluded from ever filing suit.

The Cornett Law Firm, PSC, will help you meet all deadlines, manage your medical bills and treatment, get the most accurate valuation of your case, and prove that you were not at a fault in the accident.

We handle all types of personal injury cases, including but not limited to:

  • Auto accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Wrongful Death
  • Nursing Home Negligence
  • Class Actions
  • Slip and Fall
  • Workplace Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Premises Liability

These cases often lead to brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, scarring, missed time from work or the inability to perform the work you were used to doing. In all cases, there are usually complex issues of fault and proof, large amounts of evidence to gather, and important nuances to submitting insurance claims that may affect any potential lawsuit you may have. You need experienced lawyers to handle these issues, or you may not get what you deserve.

You Owe Nothing Unless We Obtain A Settlement Or Jury Verdict In Your Favor
There is no charge for the initial consultation, and ultimately if we don't recover damages for you then you do not owe an attorney's fee.  Our fee comes out of any settlement or verdict in your favor.  And while we do cover the costs and expenses up front, ultimately COURT COSTS AND CASE EXPENSES WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CLIENT.  If you are in the hospital or unable to come into the office, we can visit you wherever you are.  Call The Cornett Law Firm, PSC, to schedule a free consultation.

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."

- Martin Luther King, Jr.