Have you heard of the word ‘Litigation?” It’s essentially a fancy term for going to court with your personal injury case. The process tends to be expensive and time-consuming. If you and the defense can’t agree on a settlement out of court, you’ll have to go through the expensive and time-consuming process of taking your personal injury case to court. There are many different costs involved. Some of these are: Read More
Month: May 2021
What Exactly Is A Medical Lien In A Personal Injury Claim?
If you’ve ever been involved in a personal injury accident, your first action was (probably) to hire a good lawyer. If you talked to this person enough, he or she probably told you about medical liens. This is important since the majority of the costs in a personal injury accident stem from medical bills. Read More
Do You Always Have To Give A Deposition In A Personal Injury Case?
Your lawyer will tell you that you may have to give a deposition if you are ever involved in a personal injury civil lawsuit. You’ll be told that a deposition is essentially a question-and-answer session that is a standard process in the discovery period that takes place before the trial does. Read More
What Is The Evidence Threshold In A Personal Injury Case?
The amount of evidence presented by either party in a personal injury case serves to strengthen or weaken the body of proof. Each element of a presented claim must be proven as having been more likely or not to have existed at the time of the injury-causing accident. Read More