When you file a law suit using slip and fall lawyers, it normally takes time to settle your case. You attorney does understand you may be facing financial difficulties during this time, and there are some things they can do to help. However, they cannot give you an advance on your monetary settlement. But, they are able to help stop bill collectors from constantly calling you by contacting them and informing them you have a pending personal injury case. Often, debt collectors are more willing to work with you after speaking to your attorney. They could either set up an installment plan that fits with your budget, or put off further collection proceedings until you receive your insurance settlement.
How Long Does It Take to Receive My Settlement?
The amount of time it takes to receive your settlement depends on several factors. First and foremost is how inclined the other party’s insurance company and lawyers are at coming to a suitable monetary agreement. If they are being difficult or refuse to negotiate, then your case has to be taken to court where a judge and/or jury decide on a verdict. In most cases, though, they never get to court, because insurance companies would rather settle than have the increased legal expenses associated with court cases.
How Much is My Slip and Fall Case Worth?
The amount you can file for your slip and fall case also depends on a number of aspects, including the extent of your injuries and the amount of fault contributed by the other party. It is very hard to come up with a definite value immediately. Yet, you will be able to find out early enough, as long as you start working with personal injury lawyers following your accident, like us, here at Madison Law Group.