Personal Injury

Personal Injury

ADBLAW is very selective about the personal injury cases we choose to take.

A personal injury is one that results from another party’s reckless, careless, or negligent actions. When an accident is the fault of another person or organization, you have the right to file a lawsuit for monetary compensation.

At ADBLAW personal injury law firm, you are treated as our most important client. We understand the trauma and vulnerability that can result from a serious injury, and we use all our knowledge and experience to both assist you in handling the  aftereffects of an injury, and to pursue justice for you.

Contact ADBLAW at your convenience for your free consultation.

Common Questions in Personal Injury law :

Do I have a case?

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of another individual’s or organization’s carelessness, negligence, or willful misconduct, you may have a valid case. In order to successfully recover fair compensation, we must prove the following:

1) you are injured;

2) your injury was not pre-existing; and

3) your injury is the result of another’s actions.

To have your claim evaluated, contact ADBLAW today.

How much is my case worth?

Each case is unique and must be valued individually. Factors that affect the value of a case include the degree of the defendant’s fault, the nature and extent of the injuries, the length of treatment and recovery time, whether there is comparative fault, and whether punitive damages are appropriate. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, emotional trauma and mental anguish, property damage, disfigurement, and pain and suffering.

Will my case go all the way to trial?

In the early stages of a personal injury lawsuit, it is impossible to predict when, or even whether, your case will settle. To ensure that you are justly compensated, we will not initiate settlement negotiations until your medical treatment is complete. Whereas many law firms handle their cases intending to dispose of them primarily with fast settlements, we are willing and able to bring your claim to trial to maximize your return. Of course, this is all discussed with you in conjunction with your wishes, and personal circumstances.

How long will my lawsuit take?

The answer depends greatly on 1- the court jurisdiction where your claim will be filed, 2- the extent of your injuries, and 3- the amount of treatment necessary for you to heal. Legal actions can be result in a case being settled in as little as 4 months, or as long as 5 years (but, that’s not usual). There is a strong connection between the potential value of a case, and how long it will last. Usually, the higher the value, the longer it takes. In exchange for settling with an insurance company, a plaintiff must sign a release stating that he or she will no longer attempt to recover money from the insurance company or defendant. It is important that you are certain of the full extent of your injuries and necessary treatment before signing such a release. Resolving a case too early can often result in smaller compensation for your injury.

During your free consultation, we will answer any questions you may have.