Frequently Asked

Below are some frequently asked questions about personal injury cases. If we missed anything, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to help.

Maybe. However, most cases settle before trial.

No. We work on a contingency basis. That means you pay no legal fees unless you get compensated. We make the full investment of money and time to obtain justice for you. If we succeed on your behalf, we are paid a percentage of the monetary compensation. We are also reimbursed for our expenses.

A client never has to pay an additional fee because they were referred by or to another attorney. Attorneys share the legal fee already established in the retainer.

Absolutely not. The insurance attorneys and representatives are trained to contact you and have you say things you may later regret. When a accident occurs you are confused and your life turns to chaos. Let us talk to the insurance company. Just say to the representative, “Please call my lawyer.”

You are the victim in this case, and compensation for what has been done to you should not be painful. Courtroom dramas on television are not real life. They are exaggerated for dramatic effect. In actuality, if the case is tried, the Judge and Jury are sworn to do what is right. Jurors are people like you, and they do not like lawyers abusing witnesses.

There is no certain answer. We’ll move as quickly as possible, but a wide range of factors can affect the resolution of your case. Rest assured that we are making every effort to move your case to a fair speedy resoultion.

Sometimes this question can be answered almost immediately. In other instances, we need additional time, effort and investigation to make the decision. If you have been seriously injured, we will use all of our resources to try to help you. If we cannot do so, we will tell you as quickly as possible.

The information provided by this website is provided for informational purposes and in no way constitutes legal advice or creates an attorney-client relationship.