Question:

Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Answer:

If you or a loved one experienced a personal injury and you believe it was the result of someone else’s negligence, you may have a valid case. The most important questions to ask yourself are:

  • Am I suffering an injury? — Remember: this is different than property damage. It’s important to note that personal injuries can be physical, emotional or psychological.
  • Were my injuries caused by someone else’s negligence? — In personal injury cases, it must be proven that an injury occurred because someone was acting negligently. It also must be proven that it occurred from this particular incident and not a past event.
  • Do I have recoverable damages? — In order to even be considered a valid personal injury case, you must have suffered personally and/or financially in order to receive any damages.

It is advised, however, that you first schedule an initial consultation with a personal injury attorney to know for sure. Should you schedule one with The Law Firm of Cohen & Cohen, we will have you meet with a lawyer from our team, who will discuss your case with you in detail and determine whether or not you have a case.

From there, a lawyer and a legal assistant will be involved in the handling of your claim throughout the process, every step of the way. 

Learn more about how to know if you have a car accident injury case now by reading this helpful article now.

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