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How Much is my Case Worth?

Posted on January 11th, 2016

Orlando Personal Injury Lawyers on Determining what Your Case is Worth Initially, it should be understood that each case is unique, and no one can predict with any degree of certainty how much it is worth, especially in the early stages. However, experienced counsel may be able to suggest a reasonable estimate as the investigation proceeds, and the facts unfold. Medical Bills The total amount of your medical bills, from all sources, will be a major factor in valuing your case. One of the issues that may make this calculation less certain is if prolonged treatment will be required or…

Red Flags

Posted on December 8th, 2015

Your attorneys from the Orlando personal injury law firm will explain that insurance claims adjusters will look for certain factors in a claim that they believe make an investigation necessary. Circumstances An Insurer Will Consider As Red Flags With the following people filing a claim, Orlando personal injury lawyers will tell you that the insurance company will be concerned that the case might not be legitimate: 1) Medical personnel If the victim is an ambulance driver, he or she is likely to have a connection with a legal firm and refer claims. Since an ambulance driver is familiar with medical…

Understanding Costs In Addition To Fees Paid To Orlando Personal Injury Lawyers

Posted on November 16th, 2015

Clients of Orlando personal injury lawyers will frequently have questions about other costs in addition to the basic attorney fees. Your Attorney From The Orlando Personal Injury Law Firm Will Explain Other Costs When your attorney is paid, there are overhead costs that must be considered including: Fees for medical reports from doctors and hospitals. These can range from several dollars to $100-plus if the doctors has to prepare them for the specific case. Costs for photocopies. The insurance company will need many copies of every document related to the case. This includes medical reports, bills, reports from the police,…

Acting Normally In A Deposition

Posted on October 7th, 2015

Your Orlando injury lawyer will advise you not to say anything more than you should when you are giving your deposition. Acting Normally When Giving A Deposition When the deposition begins, you might be reluctant to speak more than is absolutely necessary. Your lawyer will try to prepare you for this testimony. In many instances, you will likely remember the lawyer’s instructions just prior to beginning the deposition. That is usually not to be conversational when replying. Simply answer the question and then stop speaking. The attorney who is handling the questioning for the defense will try to get you…

Advice About The Defense Medical Examination In Your Case

Posted on July 15th, 2015

Your attorney from the Orlando personal injury law firm will explain the importance of answering honestly when you have your defense medical examination. Advice For Defense Medical Examinations Your lawyer from the Orlando personal injury law office will tell you that it is important that you answer the questions in an honest and polite manner. Frequently, the initial portion of the medical examination given by the defense will entail you answering questions either written or orally. If there is not enough room for a written answer, note that there was not enough space. Be polite and truthful. If you exaggerate…

Challenging Arguments about Pain

Posted on June 4th, 2015

Orlando personal injury lawyers can explain that the defendant may try to raise various defenses. One such argument that the defendant may make is that you should no longer be experiencing pain at this point. Medical Experts A lawyer from an Orlando personal injury law firm can explain that the defendant may have a medical expert testify that you did suffer an injury. However, this expert may claim that your pain symptoms should be alleviated by now. Counter-Arguments Your lawyer may present a variety of arguments to this claim. For example, pain may continue well after the initial cause of…

Evaluation by an Adjuster

Posted on May 7th, 2015

An attorney from an Orlando personal injury law office can explain that there is a direct correlation between the value that a claims adjuster estimates the claim to be and the settlement figure. He or she may discuss the following factors. Liability When liability is clear and is definitely not on the plaintiff's shoulders, the value of the claim increases. If the victim was partially at fault, the insurance adjuster may reduce the value of the claim by the amount that he or she believes was the fault of the victim. Orlando personal injury lawyers may assist their clients by…

Preparing for a Slip-and-Fall Deposition

Posted on April 8th, 2015

The professionals at our Orlando personal injury law firm can help you prepare for a slip-and-fall deposition in a personal injury case. You will need to walk through various aspects of the events that led up to the accident, including if there was a handrail, if you were carrying anything and the lighting in the area. In addition, the defendant will review your conduct prior to the accident and if anyone or anything else was involved when you fell. Handrail, Objects You Carried and Lighting The availability or lack thereof of a handrail or other support device or light switch…

Orlando Car Accident Attorney Explains How Medical Bills Are Paid

Posted on March 12th, 2015

For accident victims, medical bills can be one of the most stressful parts of the ordeal. You may be facing significant medical expenses that can be financially difficult, and this may be compounded by an inability to work. You might be wondering when bills will be paid and who will be responsible for covering them. An Orlando car accident attorney can resolve your worry and answer important questions. Will hospitals, doctors and medical professionals expect payment right away if I am unable to provide it? Usually medical facilities and professionals will wait until the settlement or verdict before they expect…

How Colossus Impacts Your Personal Injury Claim

Posted on February 11th, 2015

If you are filing a personal injury claim, an Orlando personal injury law firm knows that Colossus will have a big impact. Colossus is a computer program used to determine the value of your claim. Over half the insurance companies in the United States utilize Colossus. The information about your case is inputted into the program, and a report calculates the value of your case. Unfortunately, Colossus is designed to benefit the insurance industry, not the victim. Also, the program has a number of flaws, and claim values are usually lowered. Experts at an Orlando personal injury law office understand…

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