Collecting Compensation From Defendants Who Cannot Pay

For plaintiffs, the goal in civil lawsuits is to receive financial compensation to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. Plaintiffs expect to receive the financial compensation quickly after ending the case successfully. Unfortunately, though, many defendants cannot afford to pay the full amount of compensation. However, in these situations, there are alternative methods of securing compensation.

If you have been hurt in a personal injury accident, you need someone on your side to help you fight for financial compensation every step of the way. To discuss your case and learn more about your options for compensation, contact a dedicated Delaware accident attorney of Morris James Personal Injury Group today.

Getting Financial Compensation

In some cases, plaintiffs can be awarded hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars to cover damages. However, this may be more than the defendant can pay in a single lump sum. As a plaintiff, this doesn’t mean you cannot get financial relief. Some alternative methods of receiving financial compensation include:

  • Levying his or her bank accounts
  • Establishing a repayment plan so the defendant can pay you over time
  • Garnishing up to 25% of his or her wages

For help in determining the best method to collect compensation, contact a Delaware injury attorney today.

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If you have suffered due to the negligence of another person, let us handle your case while you focus on your recovery. Contact a knowledgeable Delaware personal injury attorney of Morris James Personal Injury Group for more information regarding your rights and options for compensation.