Leanza & Agrapidis receives many questions from people who have been injured in accidents or on the job. Below you’ll find several of our most frequently asked questions and answers.
Go see your doctor, and then call our office immediately. Your injuries should be taken care of before you even consider making a claim against someone for causing them. Make sure your health is being taken care of first. Keep any information from this appointment - good records of your injury and your treatments are vital for your case, if you decide to pursue that course of action. Then call us and we can schedule your free consultation.
You really should seek help with your claim immediately. But, depending on the state you’re in, most cases must be filed within two years of the accident and some claims have a 90 day limitation. If you’ve been denied your social security or disability benefits, your appeal must be filed soon after you receive your denial notification. Call us for assistance and an assessment of your case.
Yes, you may still be entitled to a claim for your injuries. Call us today for your free assessment.
Large trucking companies have teams of lawyers ready to help them with paying for the damage their driver caused. You need to call us to help you get what you deserve for your injuries, pain and suffering, and report the damage to your vehicle.
You should immediately tell your supervisor or someone in your HR department, and then seek medical care for your injuries. It’s imperative that you report the accident with your work, or you may be denied any disability or worker’s compensation benefits for your injuries. Then, call us. We’ll help you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries on the job.