Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Personal Injury FAQ's

A personal injury can result from negligence, auto accident or medical malpractice. If you are a victim of personal injury then you can file a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent individual or authority. Personal injury law provides financial compensation to help the victims of personal injury to recover from their losses.

However, if you are planning to file a personal injury lawsuit then you must familiarize yourself with various issues involved in filing a personal injury lawsuit.

1. Is there any time limit to file a personal injury lawsuit?

Yes, indeed there is a time limit within which you must file your personal injury lawsuit. In Texas, generally, it is two years for personal injuries.

If the Statute of Limitations has expired then you cannot file a lawsuit. Therefore make sure to file your lawsuit within the Statute of Limitations.

2. What sorts of damages which can be claimed under Personal Injury Law?

Personal injury law provides compensation for various types of personal injuries including conscious pain, suffering and trauma. In case you have suffered some additional damages such as damage to vehicle/property, then it is covered as well.

3. How can I win my case?

If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit it is best to hire a personal injury lawyer. Most of the personal injury lawyers work on contingency basis where you are not required to pay anything before hiring a lawyer. Your lawyer will only receive a percentage of amounts from the final compensation amount if he/she wins your case.

Most of the defendant’s hire aggressive defense lawyers who work for the best interest of their clients. Therefore it is best to consult a personal injury lawyer. Your injury lawyer will help you steer clear of any complications arising out of your personal injury lawsuit. A personal injury lawyer will help you receive justice and compensation you deserve.

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