COMMON QUESTIONS

Common Questions

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How Much Is My Case Actually Worth?
This question is quite difficult to answer. Determining the worth of your claim often depends on the severity of your injuries, the details of the case, insurance limits and the identity of the defendant. Case worth is based on a number of factors, assuming the liability issue is straightforward.

Will My Personal Injury Lawsuit Take Long To Resolve?
Personal injury lawsuits can sometimes be resolved quickly. In other instances, they may drag on for long stretches of time. Each case is unique, so no concrete timetable can be established for personal injury cases. Your lawsuit may settle in a few months without the need for a trial, while others may take years to complete.

How Soon Should I File My Lawsuit?
You should speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible following your accident. Injury victims only have a short period of time to file a claim. Failure to file within this time period, known as the statute of limitations, can bar the victim from ever recovering compensation for his or her injuries.

How Do You Define Negligence?
To have a viable personal injury claim, the victim must have been injured from the negligence of another individual or entity. Negligence occurs when an individual fails to exercise a reasonable standard of care for the safety of others. If a person fails to act as a reasonable person would, he or she may be liable for any resulting damages.
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