Learn key tips for your Iowa negligent security lawsuit

Every phone call you make, every email you write, and every action you take has the potential to impact your negligent security case. If you make a mistake then it could cost you your fair recovery of damages.

How Do You Know What to Do?

You have never been in this situation before, so it can be difficult to know how to protect your rights. Don’t wait to find out what can hurt your case, because once you make a mistake it might be unfixable. Instead, our experienced negligent security lawyers encourage you to learn more about…

  • How to deal with insurance adjusters. Most property owners have property insurance. That insurance may apply to your incident and the insurance company may need to pay for your damages. However, you should expect that the insurance company will try to pay you as little as possible so that it can maximize its profits. Accordingly, you need to know how to deal with insurance adjusters to protect your recovery.
  • How to report what happened. It is important to report what happened to the police and to the property owner as soon as you can. If possible, you should call 911 to report the incident and you should be prepared to provide the police and property owner with the date, time, and location of the incident.
  • How to avoid common mistakes. Failing to gather or protect evidence, offering an opinion about what happened, and other mistakes can jeopardize your fair recovery of damages. Accordingly, it is important to learn what mistakes you can avoid as soon as possible after you are hurt.

Additionally, we encourage you to learn more about your rights by downloading a free copy of our report, Negligent Security: What You Need to Know About It, and to schedule a free consultation with an experienced negligent security lawyer as soon as possible. For more information, please start a live chat with us now or call us at 1-800-800-5678 at your convenience.

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