When to Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer

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When to Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer

One of the top reasons why people who have suffered catastrophic injuries do not come forward and seek justice for their suffering is because they don’t know whether they have grounds for a case. They don’t even want to pick up the phone and call a lawyer without being sure that they want to take legal action. And after everything they’ve been through, who can blame them?

Unfortunately, it can be difficult to know whether you have grounds for a lawsuit without having closely examined the individual details of your case. In the hopes of helping injury victims recognize the criteria for a personal injury lawsuit, we have included information below about how you’ll know when to contact a personal injury lawyer for help after enduring debilitating injuries

Have Your Losses Seriously Impacted Your Life?

One of the first things you need to consider is the impact of your injuries and the accident itself on your life. The greater your losses, the more viable your claim might be. 

You should be taking a careful inventory of your financial and non-financial losses if you can. If you have endured any of the following damages, among others, you might have grounds for a personal injury claim:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Diminished quality of life
  • Lost wages
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of companionship and love 
  • Loss of household services 
  • Medical expenses and equipment 

Is Someone Else Liable for Your Injuries?

The other way you can tell that you might want to consider moving forward with a personal injury lawsuit is if someone else is responsible for causing your injuries. 

After all, when the mistakes or negligence of another cause you considerable injury, why shouldn’t the liable party be held accountable for their wrongdoing? If you are unsure whether someone else is responsible for your injuries, you can discuss your concerns further with your personal injury attorney. 

Meet with a Personal Injury Lawyer

After reading this article, you should have a much better idea of whether you could be entitled to maximum compensation for your losses. And if you’re still unsure, a respected personal injury lawyer at Monge & Associates is here to help. 

Schedule your free claim evaluation when you fill out the convenient contact form included below or call our office at 800-421-0174 so we can get started on your case. 

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