Personal Injury

Financial Recourse For Personal Injury

Mounting medical expenses. Loss of household income. Rising debt. Catastrophic injuries not only cause pain, suffering and mental anguish, but it can send your family into a financial tailspin. In a split second, your well-being can change due to the actions of a reckless driver, caregiver abuse, defective product, slip and fall accident or an attacking dog.

Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano, P.A. fights for legal remedy so you receive compensation for your medical bills, lost wages and future needs; to hold responsible those at fault, and to ensure that the insurance companies fulfill their full obligations to you.

In a personal injury case like these, it is important to secure legal representation right away to protect your rights. Contact the personal injury attorneys at Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano online or toll-free, (800) 283-7442 for a free initial claim evaluation.

Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano, P.A. Personal Injury Claim Process

1. Free Initial Evaluation. An experienced personal injury attorney meets with you at our Cape Coral office, at your Southwest Florida home, office or the hospital to provide straightforward legal insight regarding your claim so that you have the knowledge to make choices that are right for you and your loved ones. This consultation is provided at no cost to you, with no further obligation.

2. Filing. Should you retain Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano, we will file a lawsuit on your behalf. The party being sued is notified and given time to obtain legal counsel. No deposit or payment is due from you at this time. We do not take payment unless you win the case.

3. Discovery. During the discovery period, all parties collect and present evidence to the opposing party. This information is reviewed to determine if a case can be settled, or if a trial is necessary. During this process it is imperative that all witnesses, medical documents and pertinent information be presented to your attorney to provide enough compelling evidence to be offered a settlement.

4. Settlement. After careful review of the evidence, it is customary for an offer to be made to you, the victim, for monetary compensation. This offer can be accepted or declined. If declined, a counteroffer for a larger settlement can be made. If no agreement can be reached after additional negotiation, a trial date is set and the case goes to court.

To discuss your unique situation, contact Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano, P.A. online or toll-free at (800) 283-7442 to set up your free personal injury consultation. You owe nothing unless your attorney obtains financial recovery for you.

Vincent P. Tolisano