Evaluating a Personal Injury Case

by Jay E. Heit on May. 18, 2020

Accident & Injury Wrongful Death Accident & Injury  Products Liability Accident & Injury  Car Accident 

Summary: This article explains some of the factors a personal injury attorney considers in a case.

A personal injury attorney evaluates every case before deciding to take the case on.  In evaluating the case, the personal injury attorney has to assess many factors.  In order for a personal injury case to be successful, many components have to come together.

One of the first assessments made is potential liability.  A personal injury attorney must make a decision on whether a party can be held responsible for causing the injury.  This assessment will be different depending upon the type of case that the personal injury attorney is evaluating.

At Herrick & Hart, we have been evaluating personal injury cases since 1951.  Let us put our experience to work for you.  We have attorneys who focus their practice in the field of personal injury law.  We also offer a free consultation on personal injury cases

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