Personal Injury Questions

Answers To Questions We Are Frequently Asked About Personal Injury Cases

Can you tell me over the phone what my case is worth? 
Generally no. It is hard to assess the value your injury claim without first conducting your free consultation. The worth of your case depends on the details of your case, including past medical bills, lost wages, future medical bills, pain and suffering incurred, and any potential loss of earning capacity.

How long do I have to wait for my lawsuit?
This will depend on whether your case goes to trial. Cases that don’t go to trial can be resolved within a few months, whereas if a trial is inevitable, your case can take years to complete.

When should I file a lawsuit?
You should contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible, following the accident. There is a short period known as the “statute of limitations” for victims to file an injury claim. Your attorney will ensure your claim is filed on time.

Should I sign a release?
Following an accident, you should never sign anything without the advice of your personal injury lawyer.

Call Us For Further Information And To Discuss Your Personal Injury Case

At the Law Offices of Sabra & Aspden, P.A., our attorneys have handled complex personal injury cases for decades. We understand the nuances of a wide range of injury cases and have successfully helped our clients obtain the maximum compensation available for their claim. Call us to learn more about how we can help you and your family at 508-674-0890. You can also email us to arrange for a consultation.