If you have been injured in an accident, you likely have many questions on your mind. Among other things, you may want to know how to file a claim, how much your case is worth, and whether you need an attorney to assist you. At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, we want to make sure that accident victims and other consumers are educated on their rights and legal options. We believe in empowering ordinary people so that they can get the justice and compensation that they deserve.
Each accident and each claim is unique, but there are some common issues that tend to arise. This page contains general answers to some frequently asked questions in the area of personal injury law. In addition to this basic FAQs page, we have compiled more specific sets of FAQs for certain types of accidents. We invite you to explore them as well, and we urge you to reach out to us immediately if you have follow-up questions. Our firm offers free consultations for any type of accident claim.Frequently Asked Questions for Personal Injury Cases
The time following an accident can be hectic and stressful, especially as one incurs costly medical bills and is unable to return to work. If you find yourself recovering from an accident or helping a loved one who suffered harm, one or more of the following topics have likely entered your mind at some point.
General Personal Injury FAQs
- What Is My Case Worth?
- Do I Need an Attorney?
- Can I Sue the Government for a Personal Injury?
- Do I Need a Lawyer if the Accident Was Not My Fault?
Car Accident FAQs
- Memphis Car Accident FAQs
- Knoxville Car Accident FAQs
- Jackson, MS Car Accident FAQs
- Jonesboro Car Accident FAQs
- Little Rock Car Accident FAQs
- Cape Girardeau Car Accident FAQs
- What to Do If You Are Hospitalized as a Result of an Accident?
- What to Do After Being Involved in a Car Accident?
- What If the Other Driver Has No Insurance?
- Should I Talk to the Insurance Company Before Hiring a Lawyer?
- Can I Sue Even If the Accident Was My Fault?
- How Do I Prove the Other Driver Was at Fault?
- What Are My Rights After Being Hit By a Drunk Driver?
- What If the Other Driver Leaves the Scene?
- Will My Car Insurance Go Up If I Use It?
- Do I Have a Car Accident Case if I Don’t Have Insurance?
- Should I Give a Recorded Statement to the Other Insurance Company?
- Pursuing a Car Accident Claim for an Injured Child
- Workers' Compensation FAQs
- What Is the Statute of Limitations in Tennessee for a Workers' Compensation Claim?
- Railroad Accidents FAQs
- Talcum Powder FAQs
- Vaccine Claim FAQs
- Truck Accidents FAQs
- Motorcycle Accident FAQs
- Birth Injury FAQs
Over the years, personal injury has become a highly specialized area of the law. For starters, causes of action each come with their own elements required to establish liability or fault. To make matters more complex, current standards are subject to change, as new legislation and judicial opinions can uphold or overrule existing law at any time. Even the most experienced of attorneys must regularly attend continuing legal education (CLE) seminars and stay up to date on changes in the law.
Time is of the essence if you suspect someone else caused you to suffer harm. You only have a certain period of time to resolve your claim, as each state has laws governing the time frame within which a lawsuit must be filed. If you do not reach a settlement or file suit within the relevant statute of limitation, you could be barred from recovery altogether. Similarly, multiple parties may bear responsibility for your injuries and losses. The law places the burden on you, the injured victim, to identify all potentially responsible parties. If a lawsuit is not filed against a defendant within the applicable statute of limitation, that party may not be responsible for compensating you. This highlights the importance of fully investigating the accident and examining all potential theories of recovery.
To speak with one of ourpersonal injuryattorneys, call 800-529-4004 or complete ouronline form. Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz represents injured victims throughout Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, and Kentucky, including in Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Jackson, Meridian, Tupelo, Columbus, Grenada, Starkville, Oxford, Hayti, and Caruthersville.