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Personal Injury FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is a "personal injury"?

Personal injury is an area of law that deals with injuries, physical and/or emotional in nature, caused by the intentional or negligent conduct of another. Some common causes of personal injuries include: car accidents, slip and fall accidents, dog bites, defective products and drunk driving accidents.

What is my case worth?

The value of a Lubbock personal injury claim will vary depending on a number of circumstances. The severity of injury is the most important factor, as this will determine the impact that the incident has had on the victim. Financial compensation may be awarded for medical care, future medical treatment, emotional suffering, trauma, lost earnings and future loss of wages. A personal injury attorney can conduct a thorough analysis of your case to determine what it may be worth.

What is negligence?

Negligence may be generally defined as a failure to act with proper caution or care. This is the most common foundation of a personal injury claim. For example, a driver who is texting while driving may not see that the light in front of him or her has turned red. If that driver then runs a red light and causes a car accident that leaves one or more people injured, those people may be able to seek financial compensation for their injuries. The distracted driver may be held accountable.

When should I talk to an attorney?

It is important to talk to an attorney as soon as possible after any type of accident or injury that was another person's fault. Even if you believe you may have been partially to blame, an experienced injury lawyer can review the matter to determine what options you have at this point in time.

I don't have money to hire an attorney! What can I do?

At Wolfe Law, we work on a contingent fee basis. This means that you do not pay for our legal services out of pocket. In fact, you pay nothing unless we win your case. The burden is on our shoulders to fight for the fair compensation you deserve.

For more answers to your questions and for a confidential, free review of your case, contact a Lubbock Personal Injury Lawyer at our law offices today. We are here to fight for you.

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