Newport News & Hampton Injury Attorneys Provide Answers to Some Frequently Asked Personal Injury Questions
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We know that personal injury cases can be complicated, and you probably have questions about what you should do next. At Forbes & Broadwell, we’re here for you, offering you the support you need during a difficult time. Please browse our frequently asked questions below, and if you have any further questions, please contact one of our helpful injury lawyers in Hampton.
Personal injury FAQs
- Should I give an insurance claims adjuster a statement about my accident?
- What is the likelihood that my case will go to trial?
- How can I get damages for pain and suffering?
- What determines the amount I might recover?
- What is the maximum I can collect for personal injury?
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If you’ve been involved in an accident or have suffered a personal injury, you need to work with knowledgeable injury attorneys in Hampton who care about you and your unique situation. At Forbes & Broadwell, we know how to get you through your personal injury case in York County. Contact us today at 757.637.6835 to get started.
The only information that you should provide an insurance company is your contact information. It’s critical for you to speak with an attorney before making any statements about the incident that resulted in injury.
An overwhelming majority of cases are settled out of court. If your case does require court action, we have the experience to aggressively litigate on your behalf.
If you have experienced emotional or mental trauma, or if you cannot perform activities that you used to before the accident, then you may be eligible for compensation for pain and suffering.
Each personal injury case depends on liability (the individual or organization at fault), damages (the amount owed to the victim) and the source of collection (insurance or person assets).
There is no limit on damage awards for economic losses in Virginia.