Our Most popular questions from clients
Many people after they have been injured don't even think to call a lawyer. They think maybe they can deal with the insurance company on their own. And, soon, they find themselves overwhelmed with phone calls, requests for information, and pressure to resolve their claim for nominal amounts. Attorneys at Torres & Haroldson, PLLC know the games insurance companies play, and keep up-to-date on the latest legal precedent that affects your case. Our attorneys are formidable adversaries, whether engaged in the art of negotiation or in the midst of challenging litigation. We will not retreat, regardless of the complexity of the personal injury matter.
It depends. There are a variety of factors that can affect the value of your case. If you may have been partially at fault in causing injury event, it could reduce your recovery by the percentage of fault attributed to you. Other factors include the nature and extent of your injuries, your diagnosis and prognosis, whether your injuries are temporary or permanent, whether your need medical treatment in the future, whether you are unable to work or need to be retrained.
It depends. You should count on anywhere from between 6 months to 4 years. But, it really depends on the nature and extent of your injuries. Once a settlement is reached, you will be required to sign a release and waiver of any and all claims. So, it's important that you don't resolve your claim before you have fully recovered.