When it comes to making a personal injury claim, there are a few important things that everyone should know. First, if you are working with an attorney on contingency, you will want to find out what will be charged should you win, and you will want those numbers in writing. Second, you will want to also find out what type of experience and success rates your lawyer has in cases like yours. Finally, you will want to make sure you fully understand the entire process before signing on the proverbial dotted line.

The Importance of Understanding Your Personal Injury Claim

If you go into court with only a basic understanding of your personal injury claim, the lawyer may not be asking for everything you deserve. While you, as the injured party, do not know the extent of what you may be able to ask for since you don’t have the law degree, your lawyer does. This means that you should be able to ask your lawyer for all of these expenses, and he or she should be able to give you a specific number that is not only relevant to your specific case but also in the right ballpark for what you will continue to endure going into the future.

Each Personal Injury Claim Is Going To Be Different

Your case is not going to be identical to any other case out there. You had a unique accident, unique injury, and are feeling unique pains. This means that you need to be able to get a personal injury claim that is going to cover what you are specifically dealing with, not what the average person would deal with if in your circumstance. Make sure that you understand how your current injury can affect your future, and add that into the personal injury claim your lawyer is making on your behalf. This should all be figured into the final percentage that your lawyer is going to take should he or she win your case in court. That way, you have enough money to take care of yourself and your family, plus pay the lawyer’s fees in full.

If you are looking for help filing a personal injury claim, contact Schulman, Roth and Associates now and schedule your consultation.