Frequently Asked Questions

Should I wait until I am healed or better before contacting an attorney?

No. All claims are under strict time constraints known as the Statute of Limitations. If you wait too long to have an attorney file an action for you, you may be barred from recovery all together! ...read more

I have been injured in an accident, what should I do?

We cannot emphasize enough the importance of medical care after a disabling personal injury. Some bodily injury victims are reluctant to visit a doctor. They may feel embarrassed, may fear burdensome medical bills, or may simply have a general aversion to medical treatment. The value of the case, however, ...read more

How soon can I return to work?

In addition, there is a potential damaging effect on the case if you return to work while still suffering from serious personal injury. A premature return to employment can aggravate your physical condition. It can also be used by the adverse party to prove that your injuries were not as ...read more

How long does a lawsuit take?

We assure all our clients that we will, of course, try to settle the case expeditiously, but that a substantial period of time could be involved if it becomes necessary to file a lawsuit and proceed to trial.

We also tell our clients that the amount of time will ...read more

When I meet with an attorney, what should I expect?

Generally an attorney will request the following information at the initial consultation:

1. Description of the Accident
2. Description of the Injuries
3. ID of Potential Defendants
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What kind of insurance should I carry in case of an auto accident?

Being underinsured can be a big problem for you and your family when it comes to personal injury and auto accidents.  Make sure that you are adequately covered not only for bodily injury but also for uninsured motorists and underinsured motorist claims. ...read more