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Do I Need An Attorney To Handle My Case

Fairfax Injury Lawyer Brien Roche Addresses Do I Need An Attorney To Handle My Case
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That question has to be answered by you. An attorney can assist you if the case is complex. Likewise if the claim is disputed. In other words if your case involves only minimal property damage and minor injury to yourself you may not need a lawyer.

However if your injuries are serious and/or it appears that they may be prolonged, you should consider hiring counsel. You should retain the lawyer early to protect you. In addition the lawyer can ensure that your interests are protected.

In any type of complex suit involving professional liability or premises liability you need counsel. There are tough issues that may arise in these cases.

Do I Need An Attorney To Handle My Case-What Will it Cost?

Attorneys expect to be paid. In injury claims most attorneys accept contingent fee contracts. In other words you only pay attorneys fees if the attorney recovers some money for you. However you may be liable for any costs of the litigation. This includes expert witness fees and other things.

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Legal answers provided by Brien Roche, a personal injury attorney with over 45 years of trial experience. Contact Us today to discuss your personal injury matter.

Also for more information on personal injury see the pages on Wikipedia.

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