Personal Injury Lawyers

Need an Accident and Injury Lawyer?

If you have been in an accident or suffered an injury, you may need to find am Accident Lawyer. Accident Lawyers – also referred to as Personal Injury Lawyers – handle matters such as:

* Defective Products

* Medical Malpractice

* Motor Vehicle Accident

* Occupier’s Liability

* Personal Injury

* Slip and Fall

* Workplace Accident

* Wrongful Death

Consulting with a Personal Injury Lawyer
When you meet or talk with Accident Lawyers, make sure you provide information such as:

(1) when the injury took place or when you found out about it,
(2) what your damages were/are/will be, and
(3) a good description of what happened.

When Accident and Personal Injury Lawyers review your information, they’ll want to know these things as a starting point. These Lawyers have researched accident and injury cases and legislation and will know if there is a time limitation on your ability to bring a claim as well as your probability of success in both negotiating or litigating a resolution.

Contingency Fee
Frequently, Accident Attorneys take on cases that have merit on a contingency fee basis, which means that they won’t get paid until you get paid. Percentages typically range from 20 to upwards of 40% of what you collect from third parties. This compensation method facilitates access to justice because lawyers are often too expensive on an hourly basis to pursue your claim. Bear in mind, however, that this compensation method provides an incentive for lawyers to try to settle a case pre-maturely. This should be avoided where the case has merit and you (i.e. the client) do not want to settle for less than a certain amount.

Select the Right Accident and Injury Lawyer
Go with a lawyer who is accessible, responsive, and has a proven track record of getting clients what they want. Personal Injury Lawyers can demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and experience in a given area of law by showing you cases they have been involved in (and hopefully won), articles they have published, and perhaps even giving you client referrals. You should not feel obliged to go with a particular lawyer. Trust your instinct. Do your due diligence. Just make sure that you are comfortable communicating with the Personal Injury Lawyer and providing them with instructions on how to proceed. Remember: although Personal Injury Lawyers give you advice and recommendations based on their experience, you are always going to be in the driver’s seat.