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If you have been injured in an accident, then it is important to know where you can turn to for help. As an Austin personal injury attorney, Aaron Allison knows that personal injury victims often face an uphill battle when trying to collect the money they need to recover. Insurance companies do not play fair and often pressure accident victims into accepting sub-par settlement offers. Here are our answers to some of the most common and frequently asked personal injury questions.

Texas Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions 

How Do I File a Personal Injury Claim?

To begin the process of filing a personal injury lawsuit, you should schedule a consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney in Austin. During the initial meeting, you will present the details of your claim to your attorney, including how your injury occurred, and the circumstances under which it occurred. If you agree to hire that attorney, then he or she will file a personal injury claim on your behalf, and the process will go from there.  

How Long Does It Take to Settle a Personal Injury Claim?

It can take months, or, in some cases, years to settle a personal injury claim. The duration of the case will depend entirely upon the facts and circumstances of the claim. Some cases will take at least a year from the time the complaint is filed to settle, while others could take about six months. Talk to our Austin personal injury attorneys to get an idea of how long your personal injury claim could potentially take to settle.

How Long Do You Have to Sue Someone for Personal Injury?

In the state of Texas, a personal injury claim must be filed no later than two years after the date of the accident. However, certain circumstances can affect the statute of limitations for your injury claim. Consult with a Texas personal injury attorney to receive the most accurate information.

How Much Should I Ask for in a Personal Injury Settlement?

You should discuss this question with a personal injury attorney during an initial consultation. However, generally speaking, your attorney will start at a number which is higher than what you actually want. This number will include your medical expenses, lost wages, future lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages. By starting high, the insurance company may offer a lower amount, allowing you to meet in the middle at an amount closer to what you actually wanted.

What Percentage Do Lawyers Take for Personal Injury?

Most personal injury lawyers operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning the lawyer’s fees for representing you will be deducted from your final settlement. You should always ask a personal injury lawyer what his or her fee will be during an initial consultation.

Contact an Austin Personal Injury Attorney 

If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident, then we can help. An experienced Austin personal injury attorney knows that injured accident victims fight an uphill battle for compensation after any type of accident. Contact the Law Offices of Aaron Allison at (512) 474-8346 or fill out our confidential contact form for a free initial consultation. We can help you obtain the money you need after a serious accident. Call today!

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