If you suffer injuries due to someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to receive compensation for your damages. Often, people think of automobile accidents and slip and falls when considering if they are entitled to compensation for their injuries; however, personal injuries can be suffered as a result of negligence related to improper product design, a manufacturing defect, dog bites, improper medical care, injuries at work, and many other actions or inactions. Injured parties can and should receive compensation for the cost of medical treatments, lost wages, loss of future income, pain and suffering, and damages to personal property. Additional “punitive damages” may also be available if you were injured as a result of egregious conduct. Compensation may even be available for the spouse and / or dependants of a person who has been injured for lost wages, emotional distress, and other damages resulting from the injury of their loved one.
Kalil & LaCount has successfully handled a variety of different personal injury cases and recovered millions of dollars for our clients in the process. Individuals face many challenges in obtaining a fair settlement from an insurance company and managing medical bills while trying to focus on recovery. Many insurance companies offer quick settlements to unrepresented injured parties that do not fully compensate for your injuries. We have experience gathering and presenting information in the best possible way to build a strong case on your behalf and maximize your potential recovery. Kalil & LaCount also will work with your medical providers to postpone payment of out-of-pocket expenses until you have received compensation for your injuries and will work to reduce the out-of-pocket expenses for your care.
While we cannot guarantee the amount of your personal injury recovery, we can guarantee that we will work tirelessly on your behalf. Kalil & LaCount’s attorneys are licensed to practice law in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, and Connecticut and can help even if you were injured in another state.
If you, a family member, or a friend has been injured, please contact our office today for a complementary evaluation of your case.