Do I Need A Lawyer To Settle My Accident Injury Case


You can settle your case without a lawyer, but you shouldn’t. Our lawyers are frequently called by people who settled their case, usually a car accident case, too soon and for too little money. Many times, the injury is worse than they thought. Therefore, they want to know if they can get out of the settlement they agreed to. Unfortunately, once you settle your case with the insurance company, you often cannot go back. Working with an experienced lawyer from the beginning will help you determine the best time to settle your injury case and the correct amount of compensation.

Personal Injury Attorney David Rochlin
Personal Injury Attorney David Rochlin


An injured person often does not even know what types of compensation they may be entitled to after an accident. There may be several insurance sources available for compensation. When you call our office regarding your Minnesota accident, a personal injury lawyer will get the necessary information from you so that your rights are protected. We explore every avenue of insurance coverage to make sure you are fully compensated.

In addition, there are issues to consider regarding “subrogation.”  Subrogation is the right of your medical insurance to get their money back out of your injury settlement. This can sometimes even include money for future medical treatment you may need because of the accident. These are complicated issues. Consulting with a lawyer to help settle your case will make sure you are compensated fairly. This includes providing for future needs that may come up. You will also have peace of mind that your case was handled correctly.

David Rochlin and Pam Rochlin are Minnesota personal injury attorneys with over 25 years’ experience. We have successfully represented hundreds of people and recovered millions of dollars for medical bills and other compensation. When you call our office, you will speak directly with an injury lawyer. We will answer your questions and explain your rights. We never charge anything unless you receive compensation for your injuries.