FAQs

How long before I will be compensated for my injuries?

Generally a lawsuit will not be initiated until medical treatment is completed. While this may take a while if your injuries are severe it’s important for your personal injury attorney to know the full range of your injuries in...

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When should my personal injury claim be filed?

By rule of thumb it’s best to file your personal injury claim as soon as possible. In Massachusetts, there’s a three-year statute of limitation date in most personal injury cases. However, depending on your type of case, it may...

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Who pays for the doctor bills?

In personal injury cases many doctors will not require money during the course of treatment, and wait until a settlement is reached to get paid- this is called taking a case on a ‘lien’ basis. If liability or fault...

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Should I be seen by a doctor?

If you were injured in an accident it’s important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. You may not feel pain right away with certain injuries, but in the long run it’s better to see a medical professional...

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What am I entitled to in a personal injury action?

In a personal injury action, you are entitled to your out-of-pocket expenses, such as vehicle repairs or the market value of your vehicle. You are also entitled to rental expenses or the loss of use of your vehicle. If...

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How long will my case take?

This can depend on a variety of things- the severity of the injuries, how long it takes to recover, and the amount of insurance you have. If the injuries are minor and you have solid insurance coverage a case...

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Do I really need a lawyer to pursue my case?

It’s definitely recommended. If you handle a case on your own you’ll be up against experts from the insurance companies who want to compensate you as little as possible- far less than the actual value of your case. In...

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