FAQs

  1.   What if I have limited resources, can I afford to retain your services?
  2.   How long does it typically take to settle a case?
  3.   Who arranges assessments done by specialists?
  4.   How much should I expect my case to be worth?

Answers

  1.   What if I have limited resources, can I afford to retain your services?
  A.   Our team handles most claims on a contingency fee basis, this means you are not charged any fees or disbursements unless compensation is attained. Not only that, but we will pay for most litigation related expenses during the process which you wonít have to repay until we have obtained compensation. We understand that the last thing you need during a claims process are worries about financial obligations and we will commit ourselves to getting you through this trying time.
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  2.   How long does it typically take to settle a case?
  A.   It varies, if a lawyer is required a court case can typically take two to three years to resolve if settled, however if it proceeds to trial it can take longer. A prognosis from a physician will help determine how the injuries incurred will affect the claimant and the claim in the long run. Theoretically the stronger the evidence presented is, the faster the whole process will be.
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  3.   Who arranges assessments done by specialists?
  A.   Because we understand the need to make this process as stress-free as possible for you, we arrange assessments by appropriate medical professionals and specialists to evaluate your injuries and condition. Retaining an expert and obtaining reports are vital in a claim for obtaining fair compensation and maximum chance of success at trial.
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  4.   How much should I expect my case to be worth?
  A.   Obtaining all the necessary reports from the appropriate specialists will place us in a position to properly evaluate the value of the case. We will sit with you and go through all the information needed to assess the manner in which your injuries may progress and determine whether they will affect your daily activities and ability to work. Your losses and damages incurred can be recovered such as the loss of your income, suffering, pain, loss of function and the ability to enjoy life, the loss of a family memberís guidance and companionship.
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