If you’re dealing with a recent personal injury accident, there’s often uncertainty going forward. After you sign with a lawyer, how do you know they really have your best interests in the case? These resources provide quick information about topics relevant to personal injury cases. Use this information to equip you when meeting with lawyers who may take on your case.
How a Personal Injury Case Works
Every personal injury case goes through a similar process. Whether the case goes to court or is settled through mediation is a decision made between you and your lawyer. If you want to know about how to get started, whether or not you should hire a lawyer, or what happens after settlement, visit the McMinn Law Firm personal injury resource pages to learn more about how a case works.
Remember: no two cases are the same. If you still need answers to your legal questions, reach out to us for a free case evaluation.
Personal Injury Question and Answers
How does the process start? How long will my case take?
We know from experience that starting a personal injury claim is a stressful time for clients. It’s our goal to take as much stress off of you as possible. That starts with helping you understand legal options available to you in your case.
Get the answers to questions about your personal injury case. Search our Question and Answer database for complete information about accident and injury cases.
How to Document a Personal Injury Case
In every case, proving the extent of the injuries and who is at fault can make or break a personal injury case. Getting a settlement can rest on these documents. See why police reports, medical bills, and photo evidence are all part of a car accident or injury case.
Infographic | Checklist: Documenting Your Personal Injury
After an accident, one way to ensure your case resolves quickly and fairly is by documenting the accident, your injuries and your treatment. Some of the most important items to keep track of following a case are pictures and video of the accident, and of your injuries during the healing process. Take a look at this infographic to get a better idea of what you need to document to ensure a fair settlement in your personal injury or car accident case.
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Who is at fault? Understanding Negligence in Personal Injury
Quick links to Understand Negligence in Personal Injury
Proving fault is an important part of any personal injury case. It’s the duty of personal injury lawyers and plaintiffs to demonstrate how the other party acted negligently – and how their actions caused harm. In Texas law there are four elements of negligence. Learn about why they matter and how your attorney can use their experience with personal injury law to demonstrate to a jury, or in settlement proceedings, how your injuries were caused by another party’s negligent acts.