Frequently Asked Questions
1. Do I need an attorney to represent me in a personal injury claim?
While personal injury advertising is commonplace, not all attorneys are equal. Building a successful claim takes experience, skill and knowledge to navigate the elements of your unique legal case. Cases can be won or lost on technicalities. Empower yourself with an advocate who has a track record of success, and sees you as an individual, and not just a claim number.
2. How much will it cost me for legal representation?
Personal injury matters are taken on a contingency fee basis. “No Fees if We Don’t Win”. All consultations are free.
3. What is the process for filing and resolving my case?
During your consultation, you will speak to an attorney who will get to know you and the facts of loss that caused your injury. Our team will communicate with defendants and provide you with guidance as you navigate the road to physical recovery. This provides a worry free experience that allows you to focus on you. If advantageous, we will negotiate a settlement with the insurance carrier. Other cases may warrant filing a lawsuit in court to optimize your outcome. Throughout the process, your legal team will keep you informed and answer all of your questions.
4. How much time will it take to resolve my claim?
Many factors weigh in to the timeline including the extent of your injuries, treatment plan, and sources of insurance coverage. Some cases may resolve within months, while others may take longer if litigation is the best legal strategy. Throughout the process, your legal team will keep you informed and answer all of your questions.
5. How much is my case worth?
We understand the importance of putting a dollar figure on your case. Negligence and injuries are at the core of case value; but YOU, can significantly drive a higher dollar value! The attorneys at Rubio Law Firm will complete a comprehensive valuation and provide you with the legal advice to navigate the insurance claim process.
6. Will I have to go to court?
Many insurance claims are resolved by pre-suit settlement. Others may require filing a lawsuit but are resolved before trial. If you need to go to court, your attorneys will fully prepare you to have your day in court.