Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury
Injury Representation for Worcester's Injured
After a serious accident, many people have questions or concerns regarding their future and how they can go about obtaining the compensation that they deserve. When you work with the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr., we will fully develop a personalized resolution for your situation and ensure that your rights are fully protected. You can be sure that your case is in good hands when you retain the assistance of a Worcester personal injury lawyer from our office.
We can help you understand your legal options when you consult us about your specific case. Below, we have compiled some commonly asked questions regarding personal injury claims to help you get started. Contact our firm as soon as possible to learn more.
How is negligence determined?
Only a highly experienced legal professional can determine negligence in a personal injury case. It is important that you speak with an attorney prior to taking any legal action or speaking with anyone about your case, including any insurance claim adjusters.
Am I eligible to obtain compensation?
If you were injured as a result of another person's negligence or wrongdoing, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries and suffering; however, only an experienced legal professional can help determine the amount of compensation that you may be able to obtain.
How much compensation can I receive?
With any personal injury case, the amount of compensation that you can obtain will vary depending on the circumstances, such as the extent of your injuries or property damage. The best way to determine the total amount of compensation possible in your case is to contact our firm and speak directly with a Worcester personal injury lawyer from our staff.
Will my case have to go to trial?
When you file a legal claim, there is a possibility of a trial; however, having an attorney on your side could help. We are highly experienced in handling a variety of complex personal injury situations and we may be able to assist you in and out of court.
Do I need an attorney?
Yes! You should never have to face the Massachusetts legal system or insurance companies alone. If you have been seriously injured, it is imperative that you retain the counsel of the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr. as soon as possible.
Contact Kovacs Law, P.C.
For more information about how our firm can help you overcome this challenging legal situation, contact our office today and schedule a consultation with our staff.