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Attorneys William Kershaw and Stuart Talley of Kershaw, Cook & Talley have extensive experience litigating and settling defective hip cases. How can an attorney help with my case?
The Stryker hip settlement encourages individuals to hire an attorney. The claims process is complex. It involves submitting all the necessary documentation required for the settlement. Individuals may miss submitting appropriate documents, miss deadlines, or make mistakes in the process. Unfortunately, this adversely affects their settlement. The claims administrator and the defendants want an orderly process. It is important having an attorney on your side.
Under the settlement, people with revised hips will receive a base award of $300,000. There is an approximate 33% deduction from your settlement if you are not represented at the time of the settlement agreement! In most cases, attorney's fees range from 30% to 40%. And you are likely to receive more from your settlement with the help of an attorney than working alone.
Determining how much you will receive is not an easy task. You may not get all your money if you are inexperienced reviewing medical records and dealing with settlement agreements. There is essentially no cost to you when taking into consideration the deduction for not having an attorney. Under the settlement agreement, an attorney should get you the most money possible for your situation.
Kershaw, Cook & Talley provides the latest information on the Stryker Hip Settlement. Check out the videos below for answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the settlement.
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