If you or a loved one was involved in an accident caused by someone else which resulted in personal injuries or death, you may have a claim against the irresponsible person and/or company for failing to act responsibly. During this time of extreme sadness and anger, you need guidance on your options to right this terrible wrong.

If you or a loved one was involved in an accident caused by someone else, you may have a claim against the liable person and/or company for failing to act responsibly. You can likely file a lawsuit to recover damages, which typically include medical expenses and other damages such as pain and suffering, loss of past and future earnings, and in some cases, punitive damages.

Because the process is often difficult to navigate, it is important to contact the experienced trial lawyers at Callender Bowlin as soon as possible after you are injured for a free consultation. Our firm is built on providing personalized service you will not receive from other personal injury firms. We are committed to providing you with the attention you deserve throughout the litigation process.

Why Hire A Lawyer?

You simply cannot fight this battle alone. Insurance providers and other large corporate defendants will refuse to pay you what you deserve until you provide the appropriate documentation and support to justify your damages. They will also offer you lowball settlements and pressure you to resolve the matter quickly, so they can avoid paying out large sums. Without the help of experienced lawyers, you will leave money on the table.

Our firm will take care of all of the legal issues for you, and we will pursue compensation for the personal and financial losses you suffered so that you have everything you need to move forward after an accident or the death of a loved one. Depending on your particular situation, you may be entitled to numerous types of damages including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of inheritance
  • Loss of household services
  • Loss of companionship