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Personal Injury Lawyer FAQ

Personal injuries often leave victims suffering from both physical and psychological harm. Unfortunately, as with this pain and suffering comes the financial strains of medical expenses, lost wages, and the occasional property damages.

If you or a loved one has been a victim of an accident or personal injury, our personal injury lawyers are prepared to fight to protect your rights. Having won over $100 million in successful verdicts and settlements for our clients, each member of our law firm has the experience and knowledge you can trust.

To learn more about how our personal injury lawyers can help you protect your rights and pursue the justice you deserve, call 1-800-304-9246 or complete the Free Case Evaluation form to the right.

A personal injury is legally defined as an injury to the mind, body, or psyche resulting from another person's failure to demonstrate reasonable care.

No. Often time's claims will be settled without filing a lawsuit. By speaking with a lawyer you can determine your legal rights and discover if a lawsuit is needed.

Depending on what caused the personal injuries, the victim may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, property damages, lost wages, lost opportunities, and more.

When determining if you have a personal injury claim, it is highly advised to seek an experienced lawyer to help determine your legal options. In any case, the victim will need to prove injuries were caused by another person's negligent or careless actions.

Each of our personal injury lawyers at The Edwards Law firm operate on a contingency fee basis meaning you will not be charged for our services unless a winning verdict or settlement has been made and you recover.

There is no exact time on how long it will take to resolve a personal injury claim, while the legal process may take as little as a few months to several years in other cases.

Since negligence is the failure of a person to use reasonable care, resulting in an injury and damages, this will directly affect if you have a personal injury claim or not. Negligence proves that a person or entity has failed to act in an ordinary and responsible manner under the same circumstances as a person that has acted responsibly or with caution.

No. It is imperative not to sign any documents you do not understand or are comfortable signing. In many cases, insurance companies will attempt to settle claims as quickly as possible as they have their best interests in mind, typically meaning you will receive inadequate compensation for your losses and damages.

Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer Today

At The Edwards Law Firm, our personal injury lawyers understand the enormous struggles injured victims go through, which is why we are prepared to do whatever it takes to achieve the maximum compensation for each of our clients.
Our law firm serves the injured in Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas with offices in the following locations:

If you or someone you love has been injured by another individual or entity, contact us at 1-800-304-9246 or complete the Free Case Evaluation form located on this page.

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