How can I get the financial recovery I deserve after a truck accident if I have to pay an attorney?

Many people worry about the cost of hiring a personal injury lawyer. You don’t want to go through a truck accident lawsuit just to pay your lawyer, and we don’t want you to do that either.

For many truck accident victims, hiring a lawyer is a smart move with no financial risk and the potential for significant financial gain.

An Attorney May Help You Get a Larger Recovery

Experienced truck accident lawyers can often help truck accident victims recover more money than victims could on their own. Truck accident lawyers know how to:

  • Gather and analyze evidence
  • Value all of your damages, including but not limited to healthcare costs, lost income, pain, suffering, and out-of-pocket expenses
  • Negotiate effectively with insurance companies
  • Represent you in court

Even after our legal fees are deducted from your settlement or court verdict, you may still recover more money than you could on your own. Just as importantly, you may get fair financial damages with a lot less stress if a lawyer is representing you because your lawyer will do all of the legal work for you.

Our Lawyers Offer a Win or It’s Free Guarantee

Everyone who has been hurt in an Iowa truck accident can afford to hire Hupy and Abraham. We offer every client our Win or It’s Free Guarantee. That means you won’t pay us any hourly legal fees as your case progresses. Instead, we will be paid an agreed-upon percentage of your settlement or court recovery. If you don’t get a financial recovery, then we don’t get paid. It is that simple.

Learn more for free today. We would be pleased to provide you with a free consultation. After that meeting, you can decide whether or not you want to hire us. Call us or start a live chat with us now, and we will set up a meeting in our Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, or Davenport office or in your home or hospital room.

Jason F. Abraham
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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.