submitted by Stark & Stark, Attorneys at Law, stark-stark.com
Car accidents are stressful no matter the circumstances, but they are even worse when they result in injuries that affect your daily life.
Trips to the doctor take time out of your day, medical bills can easily pile up and, worst of all, you may find yourself unable to work.
You may wonder, “How much would an attorney cost?”
The amount an attorney or law firm charges will likely vary from firm to firm.
At Stark & Stark, our personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis.
This means that clients will not need to pay any money at the start of the case and attorney fees and costs are collected from the final verdict, judgement or settlement.
Ultimately, if your case isn’t resolved in your favor, you won’t have to pay your attorneys anything.
You may also wonder, “How long will it take for my case to resolve?”
Because every case is different, it is difficult to know how long your lawsuit will last at the start of the case.
Lawsuits may take anywhere from a couple of weeks to a couple of months to over a year to fully wrap up, whether it be through settlement or trial.
The reason a case can take so long is because we want to make sure you receive the best possible outcome and evaluating your injuries and damages can take time.
One way you may be able to help your case is to document all aspects of the accident and related injuries.
Take photos of the damages and injuries incurred, ask any witnesses for their contact information, and provide all these details to your attorney.