When you’ve been hurt by someone else’s conduct, you’ve suffered a personal injury. Whether it’s from a car crash or getting hurt on someone’s property, personal injuries–legally called “torts”–happen every single day, all over the world.
Thankfully, most folks in Hawaii never need to know what is and isn’t a tort. But for those who do suffer injuries because of someone else’s actions or inaction, knowing what rights you have may be the difference between being made whole and financial or physical ruin.
Suffering a personal injury is the beginning of a complex and often-times frustrating experience. Not only are you injured, but you are now forced to navigate your way through multiple insurance companies, adjusters, doctors, forms, and much more. Your job will most likely be affected, which means your finances are going to suffer as well. Getting hurt can have cascading effects.
Our firm of Maui personal injury attorneys are here to bring the chaos you’re experiencing to order. Guided by respect and upholding the Hawaii Rules of Professional Conduct, we take over almost all aspects of your case, so you get to focus on recovery. The multiple insurance adjusters, the paperwork, the phone calls will all be routed through our office to give you peace of mind.
Getting hit by a car when visiting Maui--or while just walking in the Whole Foods parking lot during lunch break--can lead to traumatizing and permanent injuries. Bills will quickly balloon. You as a pedestrian in Hawaii are able to tap into extra sources of benefits to cover medical expenses.
Just like every person, every client’s case is different, with its own nuances and details. We try to learn all those details so that we can step into our client’s shoes when we fight on their behalf.
Yes – many times the statute of limitations is two years from the date of injury. Schedule an immediate consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys on Maui so that we can review your case to ensure preservation of your legal rights.
We work on contingency fees for our personal injury cases, meaning that we’ll only receive a fee once we either reach a settlement or win at trial. Beyond legal fees, there are other unavoidable costs including filing fees, photocopying, postage, delivery fees, depositions, and transcripts. However, we will provide those costs on your behalf and deduct them from any settlement or trial proceeds. In the event there is no award, we’ll receive no fee.
Make sure to bring any police reports, medical records/bills, pictures, or any other documentation of your case and/or injuries. Typically, success of your case will hinge on these documents. If you do not have them, we will either help you obtain them or retrieve them on your behalf.
There are significant issues at stake when pursuing a personal injury case. How does insurance coverage work? Which insurance adjuster do I talk to? If the case proceeds to trial, how will I know the rules of court? How do I get medical treatment? Having a personal injury attorney on Maui is invaluable to ensure you are protected during any personal injury proceedings.
The type of personal injury case determines who will pay for your medical treatment. Often times, multiple insurance carriers are involved. In this case, the situation can quickly become overwhelming because of the amount of paperwork and adjusters contacting you. If you decide to retain us as your personal injury lawyer, we’ll take over all communication and make sure you get the coverage you need.
Wage loss is compensable in a personal injury case. We’ll work with your employer to retrieve all the necessary information to maximize the chances of your recovery.
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