FREQUENTLY ASKED PERSONAL INJURY QUESTIONS
Answers to Your Pressing Questions
Q: How do I know if I have a case?
A: If you were injured in any way — medically, emotionally, physically, in a car, at work, on the street — then you may have a case. Employers, companies, and individuals have a "duty of care." This term refers to each person's obligation to avoid actions or situations that endanger other people.
Q: When should I call about my case?
A: Immediately. The sooner you can our law firm engaged, the better. Early in the process, our firm is able to secure quick medical care for you and ensure that evidence is preserved.
Q: Will you tell me how much my case is worth?
A: Yes. Every case that we handle is different. The ultimate value is dependent on numerous factors. Once treatment is completed and the full extent of your injuries is discovered, our attorneys make it a point to understand your expectations and provide you with our opinion of the ultimate case value. Case value is driven primarily by the amount of medical bills incurred, treatment performed, and radiology imaging results, along with other things like lost wages, pain and suffering, impairment and disfigurement.
Q: What sort of cases are you equipped to handle?
A: The Hartley Law Firm is equipped to handle cases of all sizes and complexities. We have a track record of taking on multi-million dollar companies or negligent drivers in a car accident. We have a protocol and strategy that produces results.