What is Mediation?

Mediation is a process by which all the parties involved get together with a third party, known as a mediator, who attempts to get the parties to resolve the case amicably. Mediation is confidential. Mediation is essentially a negotiation facilitated by a neutral third party. If you have more questions, I suggest consulting with an Learn More “What is Mediation?”

Can I Change Attorneys During Case?

If your personal injury claim happened in another state, you can still file a personal injury claim against the liable party. Generally, your personal injury lawsuit will be filed in the state where the accident happened. If you have more questions, I suggest consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney.

What is a Consortium Claim?

A consortium claim is a claim that gives your spouse the ability to recover damages “for any loss by reason of [his wife’s] [her husband’s] injury, of [his] [her] services, comfort, society and attentions in the past [and in the future] caused by the incident in question.” If you have more questions, I suggest consulting Learn More “What is a Consortium Claim?”

What is a Closing Statement?

Once you settle your personal injury case, your personal injury attorney must provide you with a closing statement. The closing statement breaks down your settlement, including the total settlement amount, the attorney’s contingency fee, the costs, and the reimbursement of any medical bills or health liens. If you have any questions about your closing statement, Learn More “What is a Closing Statement?”

What Damages can I Recover?

When you are injured, money is not your first thought but there are many different types of damages you may be eligible to receive compensation for. For example, past and future medical bills, ongoing physical therapy, pain and suffering, lost wages, including loss of the ability to earn wages in the future, disability, physical impairment, Learn More “What Damages can I Recover?”