After a bad car accident, it takes time for life to feel normal again. The process of picking up the pieces after an accident can be a daunting and challenging task. Hiring a lawyer only seems complicated. It’s important to remember legal aid is always just a phone call away and getting answers may be easier than you think.
Laura S. Jenkins, PC is committed to making the personal injury lawsuit process as simple and pain-free as it possibly can be for her clients. Understandably, you will have many questions. We’ve compiled a list of answers to frequently asked car accident questions below, to help you better understand the situation you may be facing.
What Information Do I Have to Provide to my Attorney?
A personal injury lawyer will need certain information to understand your case. Your lawyer will request first and foremost, a testimony of the events you’ve witnessed. If there are any other witnesses of the accident, they will likely be asked for a statement. Next, your workers compensation attorney will collect any relevant documentation, including crime scene photographs and evidence. If you have any information that you believe will be legally relevant to your case, tell your lawyer right away.
How Long Will the Personal Injury Lawsuit Case Take to Complete?
Every personal injury lawsuit is different, so it’s difficult to determine how long your case will take. Some take a few weeks, some as long as a year. Ensuring full and just compensation can take a while to process. However, the more information you provide an attorney, the better their estimate of a time frame can be. It’s best to consult with lawyers as soon as you possibly can.
Can I Be Compensated for My Medical Expenses?
If you have been injured in a car accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, an attorney will fight with determination to make sure you are awarded the compensation you deserve. You should not have to suffer because of someone else’s fault and carelessness. If your medical expenses grow over time and you find yourself needing long-term care, future medical expenses can be factored into your compensation. The utmost goal of a personal injury case of getting you the compensation you deserve.
How Much Does It Cost to Consult an Attorney?
Laura S. Jenkins, PC is proud to offer a free phone consultation to any car accident victim in the Raleigh, North Carolina region.
Why Contact Legal Help as Soon as Possible?
Laura S. Jenkins, PC is a committed personal injury lawyer with a demonstrated history of client case success. After an accident, it can be difficult to know where to start. Call us at (919) 846-7766 for clear and considerate advice regarding your next steps. Always remember strong legal advocacy is just a free, no-obligation phone call away.