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Common questions about hiring an Injury Lawyer

Working with an attorney can be scary, but we are invested in you and on your side. Here are some answers to your frequently asked questions.

How much is my case worth?

The value of a personal injury case can vary greatly depending on the severity of the accident, extent of financial losses, and the injuries. Insurance companies will often try to get a quick settlement by offering compensation quickly after the accident, but it is in your best interest to wait and contact a personal injury lawyer first.

An experienced personal injury lawyer will be able to give you a better estimate of how much your case is worth, which is why it is important to hire one.

What type of compensation can I get?

Compensation for personal injuries comes in the form of financial restitution. Compensation is dived into 3 categories of damages; economic, non-economic, and punitive damages. Let’s look at these types of damages in further detail.

Economic Damages

Economic damages are financial losses, that are not subjective. These losses include medical costs, lost wages, property damage, etc. All economic losses have a clear amount and can be easily calculated.

Non-economic Damages

Non-economic damages are more difficult to calculate. These damages do not have a clear amount that they are worth. These include pain and suffering, emotional trauma, loss of enjoyment, loss of companionship.

Punitive Damages

Punitive damages are compensation that can be added to a claim if the negligence of the at-fault party was considered extremely negligent. The damages are added on as a punishment. An example of a case that would add punitive damages would be to a drunk driver who caused an accident due to being over the legal limit.

Can I recover compensation if I was partially at fault?

You can still recover compensation even if you were partly responsible for the accident. However, your compensation will be reduced by the amount of fault that is assigned to you.

For example, if you are awarded $10,000 in compensatory damages but are found to be 25% at fault for the accident, then you will only receive $7,500.

You would not collect anything if you are equally, or 50% at fault. An example is if you and the other driver are in an accident where you both failed to stop at stop signs, or both entered an intersection at the same time you may be found partially responsible.

The Potential Impact of Comparative Fault

Sometimes fault or responsibility for the accident may be apportioned between the defendant(s) and the injured victim. This is referred to as comparative negligence.

How are personal injury cases different from other legal cases?

One of the key differences between personal injury and other types of lawsuits is that these cases are based on whether or not another party was negligent in some way which resulted in an accident, injury or death.

Another difference is that this type of case usually involves compensation for physical injuries suffered by someone who was hurt in some way due to another person’s actions. This means providing medical care (usually through reimbursement but sometimes through future medical expenses), lost wages, loss of enjoyment in life, or pain and suffering.

With a personal injury case, you are required to file a personal injury claim within two years from the time of an accident. If you fail to make a claim within this statutory limitation window, you may lose the right to file a personal injury lawsuit.

The burden of proof in a personal injury case is relatively low compared to other legal cases because these cases are focused on compensating the plaintiff for their losses or injuries. To receive compensation, personal injury victims have to show that the defendant acted negligently, or did not act as a reasonable person would have in the same situation.

How long will my case take?

The length of your case can vary greatly. Some cases are resolved in a matter of months, while others may take years.

Factors that can affect the length of a settlement agreement include:

– The amount of evidence that needs to be gathered.
– Whether or not the case goes to trial.
– How long it takes the parties to reach a settlement.

You can call us any time for a 100% free case evaluation. It is risk free!

How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?

Personal injury lawyers typically provide their legal services on a contingency basis. A contingency-fee basis means there are no upfront fees or out-of-pocket costs. The fee agreement is finalized when you get a compensation settlement, and a percentage is held for legal fees. An innocent victim of an accident should not have to endure additional expenses trying to pay out of pocket for an attorney.

With a free, no-risk consultation to learn about your case, there is no reason not to call now! If you are an injury victim you need the legal expertise that only an experienced personal injury lawyer can offer. With the best legal representation, you can focus on the road to recovery while your attorney focuses on getting you compensation.

How do I choose the best personal injury lawyer?

You can choose the best law firm for you by considering different factors such as:

– Experience and knowledge of their personal injury lawyers
– The size of the Law Firms
– Reputation and history

Here are some of the options for selecting a good attorney:

Ask another attorney: Experienced lawyers are aware of other leading firms. If you have ever worked with a lawyer for a separate case, ask them about a personal injury lawyer.

Ask family or friends: Especially the ones closest to you who would have your best interests at heart.

Consult bar associations: State and local bar associations often provide directories of their members.

Check professional ratings: Many organizations allow their clients to rate their attorneys based on their experience and outcome of the cases. From the reviews, you may find the best Atlanta personal injury lawyer suited for your case.

Try a google search: Typing in “personal injury attorney near me” will present you with a list of attorneys in your preferred location.

Search social media: You can check out personal injury attorneys on social media, like Facebook and Twitter. Check their reviews as well.

Request a Free Consultation with a Personal Injury Lawyer

You can request a free consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers by calling us or through a live chat with us on our website. Our prowess in the legal arena comes from our combined years of trial and complex litigation experience.


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