Frequently Asked Questions

Injury Lawyer Questions

Your first visit or phone call is free of charge. All of your questions will be answered, and you are under no obligation to file a claim.

If we accept your case, we will pay for all investigators, experts, court filing fees, and other expenditures related with getting the highest potential recovery. If your case is successful, the fees will be deducted from the settlement or judgement amount you get.

Your health should come first. Seek medical attention for your injuries as soon as possible. This will also serve as crucial proof of your injuries when you present your case to the insurance company. Contact an injury lawyer after obtaining initial care and before speaking with any insurance companies. Make no documented statements. Keep any evidence that you believe will be useful in your case. Our business will handle all insurance company communication and medical care coordination so you can recover from your injuries.

Not every personal injury lawsuit necessitates the services of a lawyer. However, if you try to negotiate directly with an insurance company, you will lack the bargaining power necessary to force an acceptable settlement. Attempting to resolve a case on your own before engaging an attorney may have a detrimental impact on your case if you subsequently decide to hire an attorney. Injury Lawyers offers a free, no-risk consultation to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of choosing a lawyer in your individual situation.

No.  The majority of clients prefer to avoid going to court. We make every effort to reach an amicable resolution before filing a lawsuit.

Yes. The information you share with us is confidential and is protected by the attorney-client privilege. This protection will remain in effect even if our legal representation ends or if you do not retain our firm. Because your contacts with us are protected, it is critical that you provide us with complete disclosure of all relevant facts regarding your personal injury claim (such as prior injuries) so that we can completely examine your case. This is also necessary so that the defense does not catch us off guard in the middle of our representation, which might be harmful to your cause.

There is no such thing as a set cost for a certain injury. Each case is distinct. Your case is evaluated based on a number of variables, including the amount of available insurance, the cost of medical expenses, and the proportion of fault. Much of this information is unclear at the time of your injuries, but as your cases proceed, estimating the worth of a claim becomes easier. Our goal is to obtain this information as rapidly as possible while also assisting you in avoiding insurance firms’ devaluation methods.