The physical, mental, and emotional pain of a car accident should not go uncompensated. We will fight for your settlement!
Ice? Water? Uneven Surface? If you were the victim of a slip and fall -- no matter the cause, call our office to find out how we can help.
If you were struck and injured by a collision with a vehicle, we are here for you. Please, get in touch!
At Konstantakis Law Office, LLC, we provide responsive, professional, and committed representation for personal injury involving car accidents, slip-and-falls, motorcycle and other auto accident cases. When you come to us for help, you can be confident that we will work hard to resolve your case successfully. We will strive to get you full compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and the other consequences of automobile negligence.
When it comes to representing injured accident victims, our track record is important. It serves as evidence of our success which sends a clear message to the defendant and the insurance company that we know how to get results. If you were injured in an accident within the last three years, please contact our office today.
All Cases Handled on a Contingency Basis. In personal injury and wrongful death cases involving car accidents, you are not expected to pay for our services unless we get results.
"Georgia did an amazing job with my personal injury case. Would highly recommend this firm to anyone." - N.J.
"Georgia and her staff are fantastic! She has helped me with several things including a significant PI case from a car accident I was involved in. She kept me informed through the entire process and gave me TONS of valuable advice! Thank you So Much!!!" - J.W.
Determining the worth of a personal injury case can be complex, as it involves various factors that influence the compensation you might receive. Here are the key steps and factors to consider when assessing the potential value of your personal injury case:
There is always a statute of limitations. This would limit the time you have to file a claim after the date the incident took place. In Wisconsin, there is a 3 year statute.
If the defendant is found to be more liable for the incident than you, you are still able to receive compensation for those damages.
Yes, and sometimes this makes sense. However there are a few things to consider before self representation.