Over the last 15 years, insurance companies have increasingly developed general policies of undervaluing the amount of compensation owed to injury victims of automobile accidents caused by the negligence or carelessness of other people. In fact, many insurance companies have resorted to computer programs to determine the value of a personal injury case. Furthermore, many companies don’t believe that people can sustain injuries unless they are dead or seriously maimed. Mark D. Brynteson is intent on trying to change the way insurance companies evaluate injuries sustained in car accidents.
Mark D. Brynteson has succeeded in resolving many cases like these that other law firms have generally found challenging to prove. He is here to fight for your rights as an injured person, and will do everything he can to make sure that the liable party’s insurance company pays you the maximum recovery for your injuries.
Aggressive and Immediate Representation. From the moment you decide to retain Mark D. Brynteson as your legal representation, he will take immediate and decisive action. Mark D. Brynteson will have experts examine your injuries and make the best assessment of how long and how much money it will take for you to recover. Often, his car accident experts will examine the accident scene to collect and document evidence for your claim. He will contact the negligent party’s insurance company and start the settlement/claims process right away.
Mark D. Brynteson wants to make sure that you get exactly what you need to recover from your injuries. He works with qualified medical experts who specialize in different injuries and who can give you the proper care that you need.
Mark D. Brynteson knows that your medical bills are rising, and will aggressively pursue compensation on your behalf so that you receive your money as soon as possible—even if this means fighting for your rights in court. He is not afraid to fight for you.
Pedestrian and Bicyclist Injuries. You don’t have to be a driver or a passenger of a motor vehicle involved in a car accident to be eligible for compensation. In 2005, 164 pedestrians were killed in Illinois because of negligent motor vehicle drivers, while nationally, 64,000 pedestrians were injured. That same year, 22 bicyclists died because of collisions involving motor vehicles. Mark D. Brynteson has helped many pedestrians and bicyclists obtain money damages for their personal injuries.
Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists. Although the law requires all drivers to have insurance, not everyone does. If you have been in a hit-and-run accident or a car collision involving a negligent, uninsured driver, you will have to turn to your insurance company to file a recovery claim. If the at-fault driver has only partial insurance coverage, you will also have to turn to your insurance company to collect the remaining damages. In both kinds of cases, you will have to prove that the other driver was negligent, which is why you should retain an experienced personal injury lawyer. Mark D. Brynteson can help you prove that you were the victim of a negligent car driver and negotiate the damage amount for you.
Mark D. Brynteson has experience in dealing with all kinds of injuries resulting from a car accident, including burns, broken bones, spinal cord injuries, internal injuries, and bruises. He has also handled wrongful death claims and lawsuits for families who have lost loved ones because another person or entity behaved negligently or carelessly and caused a fatal car collision.
Please feel free to call Mark D. Brynteson at 1-815-569-4280, or email him at email@example.com. He will be happy to discuss your case with you and explore your options. If you decide to retain him as your personal injury attorney, you will not have to pay for services unless he obtains your financial recovery.
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