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Should I Hire A Lawyer?

If you don’t hire the right personal injury lawyer, you may lose out on a good settlement that covers the full cost of your injuries. A good personal injury attorney won’t settle for what the insurance company wants to offer. If the settlement offer isn’t fair, a good lawyer wl take the case to court. The best personal injury attorneys engage in thorough discovery to bud the best possible case.

Because of the nature of personal injury cases, you need an attorney who ruthlessly negotiates with insurance companies. Your attorney should not settle for an amount that is too small to cover all your medical expenses, whether they are in the past, current, or ongoing. Your attorney should also be well-versed in workers’ compensation law if your injury was due to a workplace accident. Before you retain any lawyer, you should evaluate the lawyer and the firm, because the outcome of the case could determine the quality of your life in the future.

How Much Compensation Should You Receive in a Personal Injury Case?

A fair settlement wl cover your medical expenses and compensate you for all of your losses. Depending on the circumstances of your accident, this may amount to thousands of dollars or even mlions of dollars. The damages that you may receive can include both compensatory and punitive damages. However, courts only award punitive damages if a defendant engaged in gross negligence that resulted in serious injuries.

Florida law has a cap on settlement: three times the amount of compensatory damages or $500,000, whichever is greater. However, there are always exceptions to the rule. For example, if a court determines that the wrongful conduct was meant to benefit by unreasonable financial gain, the caps are four times the amount of compensatory damages or $2,000,000. Additional exceptions include cases of chd abuse or intoxication.

Compensatory damages include:

  • Medical bls that you’ve incurred because of your injuries caused by the defendant. This includes current medical bls and those that you may incur later for occupational and/or physical therapy, additional doctors’ appointments, surgeries, and nursing home expenses
  • Lost wages for money that you missed out on because your injuries preclude you from working. This also includes work payment because you had to take time off for a doctor’s appointment. And, if you are permanently disabled, your compensation wl also include wages that you would have been able to earn over your lifetime but cannot because of your injuries.
  • Compensation for pain and suffering. However, insurance companies wl pay as little as possible toward pain and suffering—usually between 1.5 and 5 times the amount of damages received for financial losses. However, if your case goes to court, you are more likely to get more money for pain and suffering, as long as you can show that the pain stems from injuries caused by the defendant.
  • Courts wl award compensation for emotional distress if you can show through psychiatric records that the incident harmed you emotionally. A common diagnosis is (PTSD).
  • Courts may award compensation for loss of companionship or loss of consortium compensation when a famy member has been altered in a significant way or was kled as a result of the actions of the defendant. Whe no amount of money can take away a person’s disabities or bring your loved one back to life, you can receive compensation to help ease the financial burden.
  • Courts may award compensation for wrongful death when a defendant’s actions result in the death of one of your famy members. To fe a wrongful death lawsuit, you must have standing. .

You may also hear courts distinguish between economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are awarded for actual financial losses, including lost wages and medical bls. Non-economic damages cover the costs of pain and suffering or loss of consortium.

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What Should I Bring?

Here are some suggestions for what to bring to your meeting with your attorney.

  • A pen and pad of paper or the electronic equivalent! In the course of your conversation with your attorney, you wl surely want to write down notes on any issues or questions that arise.
  • A list of questions. Clients often have a mlion questions and concerns before a meeting, one or more of which they then forget to ask when sitting face to face with their attorney. Write these questions down ahead of time, to make sure you get every query answered whe you're sitting there.
  • A check for the initial consultation fee, if your attorney charges one. This should be discussed ahead of the meeting. Nothing gets a lawyer-client relationship off on the wrong foot faster than forgetting to make your first payment. Presenting that fee immediately shows that you're taking the relationship seriously.
  • Any documents relevant to your case. If, for example, you are negotiating a lease and want the lawyer to review it, you should obviously bring a copy of the draft lease. If possible, make multiple copies of each document you give to your lawyer, so that you can take a set back home. (Or you can ask the lawyer's office to make the copies, but you'll likely be charged at premium rates for those.)

How Should I Act During the Meeting With the Lawyer?

Treat your first meeting as a business consultation. Whe you are trying to develop a friendly rapport with your lawyer, you also want him or her to see you as a serious client with serious needs.

  • Be prompt. Lawyers value their time, since they generally bl by the hour. Showing up ten minutes late could throw off the rest of the lawyer's schedule for the day.
  • Dress professionally. This does not necessary mean you need to wear a suit, but you should wear the type of attire you would wear to any formal business meeting. This shows the attorney that you are a professional, and are taking your case seriously.
  • Let the lawyer do the talking, initially. You'll have all sorts of information you'll want to relate, but the lawyer wl be better able to focus on the background facts he or she feels are relevant. The more prepared you are with completed questionnaires (if the lawyer sent you any ahead of time), documents, diagrams, and your own questions, the easier this process wl be, and the more you wl impress the lawyer.
  • Be honest. Remember that, even if you do not end up hiring the lawyer, everything you tell him or her during your meeting is generally subject to the attorney client privedge  (The biggest exception to this, not surprisingly, is if you tell your lawyer that you are going to commit a crime, which information the lawyer may be duty-bound to convey to law-enforcement authorities.) In most cases, honesty is in your best interest. Lawyers seldom see cases that are cut and dried, with one party completely the "good guy." It's much better for the lawyer to know any bad news up front than to be surprised later with revelations you faed to share. (In fact, the lawyer's fee contract may mention that the fees wl go up if you've withheld relevant information.)

Get an Understanding of the Attorney's Fee Structure and Related Costs

As part of your initial meeting with your attorney, it's important to understand the anticipated cost of the representation and how this wl be calculated.

Different lawyers bl their clients differently. Some charge by the hour; some charge by the project, on a flat-fee or contingency basis. In the case of lawyers who charge hourly, some start out by charging a retainer, which is an initial up-front fee that they then bl against at an hourly rate unt it runs out (at which point the assumption is usually that you'll be ready to pay more).

If the lawyer is wling to take your case, you should ask what he or she charges. Also ask when, exactly, you wl be charged: quarterly, monthly, up-front, or at the conclusion of the project?

You may be presented with a contract called a retainer agreement or a legal services agreement. This typically spells out the scope of the lawyer's representation of you, as well as the fees that you wl pay. The document is ordinary a few pages long. The lawyer should explain it to you. Read and understand the document before you sign it.

Clarify What Wl Happen After the Meeting

Be clear on what wl happen next, and then be sure to follow through on whatever you're asked to do by your new attorney. The attorney wl need cooperation from your end.

Commonly, a lawyer wl ask you to send additional documents or information pertaining to your case so that he or she can review it in deta. If it's not clearly spelled out in your representation agreement, ask the lawyer how he or she would prefer to communicate with you (ema, telephone, or some other method), and then keep in contact regularly.

The lawyer may give you advice on how to proceed. This could be especially important when time is short. For example, if your business has been sued and you need to fe a response to the lawsuit immediately, you'll want a lawyer to get on the matter right away. By the end of your meeting, you should leave with a clear understanding of what you've accomplished and what's ahead.

Remember, you are under no obligation to hire a particular attorney merely because you had an initial meeting. Much like getting a second medical opinion before a surgery, it is common to seek advice from two or more lawyers before committing. The attorney-client relationship is important, and you need to feel comfortable with your choice.

Questions for Your Attorney

  1. How long have you practiced in this area of law?
  2. How many cases have you handled that are like mine?
  3. What was the outcome in those cases?
  4. How long does it typically take to resolve cases like mine?
  5. What sort of budget should I anticipate for this sort of case, from beginning to end?
  6. Do you require a retainer? If so, how much?
  7. What additional information, documents, or data do you need from me in order to begin work?

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