Personal Injury

Aneke Law Offices - Where the client comes first

If you have been injured and are seeking compensation from the insurance provider for medical costs, lost wages, or other losses, this can be a very difficult thing to do without a qualified attorney on your side. Insurance adjusters deal with these cases every day and they know how to limit their company’s liability in order to minimize the amount that is paid out to the injured parties.

Aneke Law Offices understands the strategies that insurance companies use to try and low ball your claim, and we know how to develop strong cases for our clients so that they recover the full amount.

Many people do not fully understand the extent of what they can recover when they have been injured by the actions of another. Aneke Law Offices will carefully scrutinize the facts of your case to determine the full amount you are owed. This can include:

  • Medical expenses (including transportation costs for medical appointments).
  • Lost wages (if your injuries prevent you from working).
  • Lost earning capacity (if your injuries prevent you from earning).
  • Pain and suffering.
  • Permanent disfigurement.
  • Permanent disability.
  • Lost property.

Whether you are seeking compensation from your own insurance provider, or a third party insurance company, their goal is to limit the amount you can receive. Aneke Law Offices knows this and works with highly regarded experts to provide an accurate idea of what each case is worth. We most commonly work with the following types of personal injury cases:

It is important to consult an attorney as soon as possible after you are injured. Call us at 404-297-0044 or use our contact form to schedule a free consultation. During your initial consultation, we will review the facts of your case, answer your questions, and recommend an effective course of action.

Contact Aneke Law Offices today for a free consultation!

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