Kenosha car accident lawyer John V. O’Connor will look out for you when you have been seriously injured in a car accident:
At The Law Offices of John V. O’Connor, we don’t just get you money when you have been injured in an accident. We look at the whole picture. We help you find the medical care you need, help you learn how to document your injuries appropriately, and check-in with you on what you and your doctor are discussing to make sure you have all of your medical issues addressed. We connect you with Wisconsin state agencies that may be able to help you find employment that can accommodate any disability you have sustained from the accident. You’re not just a case number to us; you’re an individual with unique needs and concerns. We represent you, not just your accident.
John O’Connor has a long track record of success in handling car accident cases because he knows what to look for. A common misconception is that if the other driver doesn’t have insurance, or if his or her insurance is inadequate, you have no recourse. This is not true. Your own insurance policy is designed to cover you and your injuries, whether they recover from the other driver or not. We will look at your current coverage to see what benefits you have on your own policy, then we will examine the circumstances of the accident and what kind of coverage the other driver possesses. Part of the reason we are so successful is because John used to do insurance defense so he knows the opposition and its tactics very well.
Whether you were the driver or the passenger in an accident, we will examine your legal right to be compensated. We do a thorough examination of the accident, including gathering evidence and possibly consulting with experts in accident reconstruction and medicine to show fault on the other part of the driver as well as the extent of your injuries. If, after receiving our demand for payment, the insurance company is unwilling to compensate you, we will go to trial to fight for your rights.
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