The Process to a Personal Injury Lawsuit
What goes into choosing an attorney and filing a personal injury lawsuit?
After you’ve been injured in an accident at the hands of someone else, you’ll probably start to wonder if you are eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit. The process can be tricky to navigate on your own. That’s why you need a personal injury lawyer who is experienced in all types of personal injury cases, from car accidents to slip and falls, dog bites, premises liability, and more.
Finding a Personal Injury Lawyer
Word of mouth. Talking to your friends and relatives about personal injury attorneys is important because you want to hire a lawyer who did well by those who are close to you. You’ll be able to ask them questions about the process, how the firm treated them, and the outcome. When lawyers do an excellent job for their clients, their clients are more likely to refer them to those that they love.
How Flager & Associates Practices This: Many of our clients are relatives and friends of previous clients. What started as one client years ago has turned into representing those same clients’ children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. These families trust us and have regularly turned to us over the years when a loved one is injured.
Search online. Thanks to reviews and online testimonials, you don’t have to feel conflicted about looking for a personal injury lawyer on the Internet. There are plenty of places you can search for unbiased reviews from former clients, like Google, Facebook, or lawyer review sites. Any reputable law firm will have reviews directly on their website in the form of written or video testimonials.
How Flager & Associates Practices This: We have numerous 5 star reviews on social media. Check out our Facebook page.
Ask about the results. Does the firm take low ball offers from the insurance company or do they build a case and fight for maximum compensation? Various factors determine the value of your personal injury lawsuit. The law firm you hire should learn every detail about your accident so they can present a fair case and get you the money you deserve.
How Flager & Associates Practices This: We fight for our clients with conviction and passion. Our attorneys fight for maximum compensation, build cases to their full potential, and let our results do the talking.
Make sure they put you first. When you’re filing a personal injury claim, you want to work with a firm that makes you feel important and not like a number. The process can be confusing and lengthy. You should hire an attorney that is ready to stand by your side every step of the way.
How Flager & Associates Practices This: We speak with our clients to keep them up to date on their case and make sure they are comfortable and on the same page with the firm. We’ll meet with you to review your case and prepare you for everything from depositions to arbitrations and mediations. When you work with us on a personal injury lawsuit, you will never be alone.
Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit
Your lawyer will try to settle the matter amicably before bringing your case to court. If they are unable to do this, they will then file a lawsuit.
Before that happens, your lawyer should communicate with you to let you know that they are filing a lawsuit on your behalf and why—the offer was too low, the defendant denied responsibility, etc. They should go over all the facts of your case as well as your injuries and treatment to ensure they have a complete file. At Flager & Associates, we regularly communicate these important issues and developments so that our clients feel comfortable, have their questions answered and are prepared for the litigation process.
Why Choose Flager & Associates for Your Personal Injury Lawsuit
At Flager and Associates, we communicate with our clients regularly. As we guide you through the process, our priority is to make you feel comfortable, answer your questions, and put you at ease.
If you or a loved one was injured in an accident, contact the personal injury lawyers at Flager & Associates today by calling (215) 953-5200. We provide free case evaluations.