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You deserve the best representation. After a personal injury or accident in Idaho, Jane Gordon Law is here so you don’t need to worry or stress.
Why Choose Jane Gordon Law
NO FEES UNLESS YOU WIN
If you think you have a case, you don’t need to worry about the funds to hire a personal injury attorney. Our consultations are free, and you only pay a percentage of your payout if you win. No fees unless you win, and no strings attached, guaranteed.
EXPERIENCE ON BOTH SIDES
At the start of my career, I defended insurance companies. I made the switch to personal injury law once I realized my heart was in helping individuals rather than large corporations. Having been on both sides, I have insider information on how to win cases and maximize claims like yours.
PERSONAL AND IN-DEPTH SUPPORT
Unlike large law firms where you are just a number or are easily passed on to an entry level personal injury attorney, at Jane Gordon Law I will personally oversee your case. You deserve representation that not only cares, but has the skills and experience to win for you.
OVER 22 MILLION IN SETTLEMENTS
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HOW CAN I HELP?
Although every case is unique, I have experience in a variety of practice areas, including accidental gunshots, car accidents, daycare injuries, dog bites, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, slip and falls, and workers’ compensation. I have recovered more than $22 million for Idaho residents. No matter how you were injured, reach out for a free consultation and let’s discuss how I can help.
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An award-winning personal injury attorney in Idaho
Jane Gordon has over a decade of experience defending injured victims, and she specializes in car accidents, personal injury, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation. Jane received her JD from the University of Idaho College of Law and graduated cum laude with a BA in political science from the University of Massachusetts. In 2022, she was awarded the IWL Innovator Award, which recognizes an individual who has promoted creative change in the legal community. Jane is also on the Executive Committee of Idaho Trial Lawyers Association and founded the non-profit ITLA Street Law Clinic.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE, ONE PERSON AT A TIME
Learn the latest in personal injury law.
A personal injury includes every variety of injury to a person’s body, emotions, or reputation, instead of injury to property rights.
Every case is different. Determining the value of your personal injury case depends on various factors, including the severity of your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, liability, and insurance coverage. Consulting with a personal injury attorney will help you assess your case’s worth more accurately and pursue the maximum compensation you may be entitled to.
Hiring a personal injury attorney at Jane Gordon Law will not cost you money upfront. Instead, the attorney will receive a percentage of the final settlement or verdict if they win your case. This is called a contingency fee. If an attorney is trying to use a different model of payment for a personal injury claim, you will want to look elsewhere. It’s standard practice to not charge your client a penny if the attorney cannot obtain a settlement for you.
It’s important to speak with a personal injury attorney before accepting a settlement. If you close your claim prior to speaking to a lawyer, you may no longer have a case and get paid less than you deserve. A personal injury attorney can assess the strength of your case, review the settlement offer, and provide guidance on whether it aligns with your best interests.
The time it takes to settle a personal injury case varies depending on factors such as case complexity, severity of injuries, negotiation willingness, and court schedules. It typically involves medical treatment, evidence gathering, negotiation, and potentially litigation. Working closely with your attorney is essential to navigate the process efficiently.
In Idaho, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is generally two years. This means that you typically have two years from the date of the accident or injury to file a personal injury claim in the state’s civil court system. However, there may be exceptions or variations depending on the specific circumstances of your case. Call to learn how long you have for your unique case and ensure that you take appropriate legal action within the required timeframe.