After you’ve been seriously injured in a car crash, you will have a lot of questions for a lawyer by the time you’ve decided to file a personal injury claim. You want to work with an attorney who is experienced with personal injury law and understands the specific concerns auto collision victims face.
To prepare, draft a list of questions to ask a lawyer after a car accident. Once you’re ready, a Florida vehicle wreck lawyer with Lavent Law will be happy to answer all of your questions during a free consultation.
Questions to Prepare Before Calling an Attorney
You are likely in the research stages of finding an attorney and deciding whether you should file a claim for personal injury compensation. You will want to have an outline of the details of your crash and the injuries you’ve suffered ready when you call. This way, you’ll be able to discuss these facts with the attorney.
Below are some great questions—along with our answers to them—to ask your prospective attorney during the initial phone conversation:
Do you focus on personal injury law?
The attorneys at Lavent Law focus on personal injury cases, which means we know how to win your case. We are able to focus our energy on our clients, and we have had great success getting compensation for those injured by someone else’s negligence.
Do you belong to any special associations?
Lavent Law has memberships in many prestigious groups, including the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 and the Top 10 Lawyers in Florida for Client Satisfaction.
How likely is it that we’ll have to go to trial?
Most cases can be settled without entering a courtroom, but Lavent Law isn’t afraid of court, and we are happy to fight for our clients there if it comes to that.
How long will it take for my case to be resolved?
The time it takes for your personal injury claim to be resolved will depend on how complicated your case is. Most cases can be settled in anywhere from a month or two to several months. Extremely complex cases could take a year or more.
What kind of compensation can I realistically expect?
When filing an injury claim in Florida after a car wreck, you must have suffered serious injuries in order to take your case out of the no-fault insurance system. That means you will require substantial compensation for your medical bills, missed wages, disability, and caregiving expenses. You can also seek compensation for pain and suffering.
A Miami Car Crash Attorney Can Help
If you’re like most car accident victims, you’ve got plenty of questions swirling around in your head, and we hope the above list has helped you identify a few to ask the lawyers you call.
As part of your search, we hope you will call a Florida auto accident lawyer at Lavent Law. We have the answers you need, and we are happy to get started on your personal injury case today. Call (305) 440-0450 or complete the contact form below to arrange your free consultation.