After an injury-causing event, it’s common to have lots of questions about your present circumstances and how to begin navigating the aftermath of the incident. At The White Law Center, P.A., we strive to be a trusted source of legal guidance and information that can benefit you and your loved ones. Our personal injury attorney can capably help you make strong decisions that positively impact your future. In fact, our firm offers free case evaluations to help get you started on your journey to just compensation.
If you have further questions that are not satisfactorily answered below, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information about your case.
Do I have a case?
There is no easy answer to this question. At The White Law Center, P.A., we believe that every client is faced with a unique situation that is influenced by many factors. If you have been injured in an accident or other event, it’s important to relate your story to an attorney who can help you determine whether you have a case. Simply contact us for a free consultation. This extra step now could save you a lot of stress and anxiety in the long run.
What is my case worth?
It’s common to have questions about the potential value of your case. Each personal injury case is unique, and the factors involved in the case will largely determine its value. A personal injury attorney from our firm can evaluate your case and help you determine an estimated value. The type of accident, injury sustained, damage sustained, and other similar factors will play a substantial part in calculating your case’s worth.
Should I speak with an insurance adjuster about my case?
Insurance adjustors typically try to get you to settle for as little as possible as quickly as possible. In many cases, you may actually be owed more than what the adjustor or other party may be trying to get you to settle for. Unless you get a lawyer involved, you could be missing out on substantial compensation to cover your damages and injuries.
What should I do while waiting for my case results?
The White Law Center, P.A. is very proactive about client communication. We will help you make informed decisions throughout every step of case proceedings so that you have full knowledge of the details of your case.
What should I be aware of regarding social media?
If you have been injured in an accident you should not put anything about your accident on social media. If you use social media after your accident anything you say or do on the internet can be used to call you a liar in court. As harsh as this may sound it is true. There are multiple examples of insurance defense lawyer using posts from a injured victims Facebook to attempt to negate or decrease the victims claim. Insurance defense attorney's will not hesitate to use any sort of information you may put out there. If you already have put information out on the internet, do not delete it because then you are destroying evidence which is illegal.
It is always best to keep the details of any personal injury and your case to your-self and your attorney.