The Injury Claim Process

injury claim process

When you’re injured, the last thing you want to be worrying about is how you’re medical bills are going to be paid, or having to go back and forth with your insurance for a just compensation. Our Boston law firm understands this, and we do everything in our power to make the injury claim process as smooth and painless as possible.

The Intake:

Settling your case begins with the intake process. Should you decide to entrust us with your accident claim, our intake specialist will take down all of the information necessary associated with your accident. You will then receive onboarding documents to officially sign you on as a client.

Case Management:

Once your onboarding paperwork is complete, your case will be assigned to one of our case managers. If needed, they will send you our extensive list of trusted medical providers to ensure you receive proper care so you can get better. Additionally, they work directly alongside our attorneys to collect all the necessary documentation and keep you updated frequently on the status of your case.

Collecting Records and Bills:

Once your treatment is complete, our Director of Medical Information will request your medical records and bills needed to complete your demand package.

Wrapping up the Demand Package:

Your case manager will then create a demand package full of information, documentation, and records relating to your case.

Attorney Settlement:

The demand package is then sent to one of our attorney’s. They will then negotiate the terms of the demand with the insurance company to get you a fair and just settlement.

If you’ve been injured and would like to learn more about our process, please call us at 617-444-7777.

At Earley Law Group, we understand how overwhelming things can be after suffering an unexpected injury. You’re facing high medical bills that don’t stop pouring in. You’re feeling financial strain because your injury has forced you to miss work. Worst of all, your day-to-day pain and suffering weigh heavily on your mind every single minute. All because of someone else’s negligence.