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What is a Personal Injury Case?
A Personal Injury case begins when a person is injured, and someone else is responsible (negligent) in some way for that injury. This can include automobile accidents, slip and fall cases, and many other types of injuries. An injury that occurs at the workplace or while working for someone else is a very specific kind of injury case called Worker's Compensation, which has its own special set of rules and regulations.
What Should I Do?
If you are injured, the first thing you need to do is to seek medical attention. If you are in urgent need of medical care, call 911 or go to your local hospital. If your injuries are not urgent, go to your primary care physician as soon as possible. The most important part of any personal injury case is obtaining appropriate medical treatment.
Once you are able to do so, you should contact The Law Offices of Mark A. Homen for a free consultation to discuss your legal options. After the accident, insurance companies and their investigators will begin asking questions, and it is important to know what your legal rights are.
Why Should I Talk to The Law Offices of Mark A. Homen?
Our office has been handling personal injury cases for over thirty years. We have established relationships with many local doctors (including chiropractors) that we know and trust, some of whom will defer payment until the end of your case. We contact and deal with the insurance companies and their attorneys so you don't have to. We will give you a free initial consultation. And, most importantly, we do everything within our power to seek maximum compensation for your injury.
What Do I Have to Pay?
Our office handles all of our personal injury cases on a contingency basis. What that means is that you don't have to pay any money to our office upfront for attorney fees. The only way we get paid is if you get paid, and that means obtaining maximum compensation for your injury.
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