Personal Injury Lawyer in Coeur d'Alene ID

If you have been injured in Idaho, you need a trial lawyer who will fight for you in the courtroom and out. James Bendell is a Coeur d’Alene injury attorney who has recovered millions of dollars for injured persons over the past three decades. His experience includes working almost exclusively for insurance companies for 16 years, after which he has been representing people injured due to the negligence of others. That means he knows how claims adjusters and insurance attorneys think, and what types of evidence and trial presentation brings in the money for injured persons and their families.

When you or a family member suffers a serious injury, you need an Idaho attorney with experience regarding all the legal issues involved with the accident. Are you having trouble getting a fair settlement from an insurance company? Do you need help figuring out who has liability for your personal injury? You also need an attorney who has significant experience with personal injury claims for the pain, suffering, permanent injury, lost wages, medical expenses and future expenses involved that stem from an injury.

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You have the right to be compensated for your pain and suffering, and James Bendell can help you. He has handled virtually all types of injury cases, including orthopedic injuries, limb amputations, brain damage, paralysis, nerve damage, spinal fracture, wrongful death claims and many other types of trauma. He has also worked as a Judge Pro Tem and Superior Court Commissioner. This judicial experience enables James to evaluate your case objectively, taking into consideration how the facts of your case will be viewed by a judge.

He collects no fee until you receive your settlement or a monetary award at trial. If you need a personal injury lawyer in North Idaho, call James at 208-665-4600 or send a quick response email for a free consultation about your personal injury case.