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Personal Injury: Frequently Asked Questions

Personal injury law can often be confusing and intimidating. The most common question we receive is, "Do I have a case?" This article aims to shed light on some common questions surrounding personal injury law, helping you discern fact from fiction and proceed with clarity.

 



  • Does every personal injury case end up in court?

Contrary to popular belief, not all personal injury cases see the inside of a courtroom. Often, the opposing party may prefer to reach a settlement outside of court to avoid the prolonged duration and substantial expenses associated with a trial. In fact, most of our cases settle before we even need to file a lawsuit.


  • Are personal injury lawsuits frivolous?

The personal injury claims we handle arise out of genuine harm caused by negligence or intentional wrongdoing. The legal system is designed to be there for you—take advantage of it.

 

  • Do personal injury lawyers only care about money?

This view does not reflect the true nature of our attorneys. Our team is driven by a commitment to justice and making things right. The foundation of the attorney-client relationship is trust and open communication, crucial qualities to seek in your legal representation.

 

  • Are only physical injuries eligible for compensation?

Pain, suffering, and emotional distress represent harm that is not visible. Not all injuries can be seen and you are entitled to compensation for such harms.

 

  • Do I even need a lawyer for a personal injury case?

The complexities of personal injury law necessitate the guidance of a seasoned attorney. Managing your claim without an attorney can be overwhelming and may not get you the full compensation you deserve. Partnering with an experienced lawyer ensures your case is handled effectively, maximizing your compensation.

 

Understanding these common questions can help you make informed decisions and allow you to approach your personal injury claim with confidence. Remember, your case matters—if it's important to you, it's important to us. Call us at (844) 777-7777 for a free consultation. Let us advocate for your rights and bring you the justice you deserve.

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