I Was in an Accident, What Do I Do Now?

Are you frustrated with the amount of bills you've incurred due to someone else's negligence?

Are you too stressed to actually focus on recovering?

I Was in an Accident, What Do I Do Now? is the complete guide to personal injury claims and lawsuits. This e-book simplifies legal jargon in ways that can be easily understood, so you can make better decisions about your claim.

You will learn:

  • If you have a viable personal injury case: Learning if you have a viable case before seeing a lawyer can save you a lot of time, money, and frustration. This eBook will teach you the 3 factors that make up a viable personal injury case.
  • The different types of personal injury cases: Auto accident, defective products, slip and fall, and medical malpractice cases are all treated differently. Learning what type of case you have can better prepare you for what comes next.
  • What to expect when contacting a lawyer's office: Many people are hesitant to contact an attorney simply out of fear of the unknown. We'll let you know what types of questions intake staff will ask you, and what documents you may need to supply them with.
  • How to deal with insurance companies: Insurance companies are not on your side. Adjusters will try to pull tricks on you to get you to settle for a low-ball offer. Learn their tricks, and don't fall for them.
  • The life of a lawsuit, from demand letter to settlement: It's no secret, lawsuits can draw out for a long time and be very confusing. We'll let you know what to expect.
  • What you can do to help your case: This book contains a list of sample questions that can prepare you for making statements at a deposition or trial.
  • 5 strategies that the defense counsel may use against you: Preparing yourself for these strategies can help you win your case.

Advocates for Your Wealth and Health

Personal injury attorney Braden Blumenstiel will work to maximize your recovery. His practice is almost exclusively devoted to personal injury.

His dual degrees in clinical psychology and law help not only in persuading juries to view a case favorably to his clients, but also in understanding and addressing the psychological and emotional impact the process of litigation can have on clients.