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Personal injury

Personal injury lawyers work hard to help their clients get justice and the financial compensation that they need to move forward after an accident. But do you really need a personal injury to prove your case? 

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A personal injury lawyer focuses on cases involving individuals who have been injured in accidents, attacks, or other incidents. They study the personal injury cases and court precedents. They examine the laws surrounding wrongful death, workplace accidents, product defects, and fraud.

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This answer varies. Attorneys are free to set their own percentage. They may base their decision on each individual case and its circumstances or may use a standard percentage.

A common rule of thumb is one-third of a settlement or 33 ⅓  percent. Again, while this is a common standard contingency fee, it is not a guarantee.

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Common questions include:

  • Do you offer a free consult?
  • Where are you licensed?
  • Who will handle my case?
  • Have you tried similar cases to mine in the past?
  • What are your fees?

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Every personal injury case is unique. This means that there is never a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to choosing an attorney to represent your case.

Instead, it’s important to do your research. Use a consultation as an opportunity to ask important questions about your case and the attorney’s experience. Even if an attorney seems perfect on paper, trust your gut. The last thing that you want to do is trust your future to someone that you do not trust.

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Most of us have a pretty good idea of what lawyers do while in court. From cross-examinations to presenting evidence to objecting when the opposing side’s lawyer strays too far in their inquiries, these stereotypes are more than just film-fantasy. However, while every lawyer spends time in court, and some spend more time than others, the reality is that court appearances are just one small part of what they do.

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