FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why do I even need a lawyer?

Dealing with insurance companies can be overwhelming, and the insurance companies are looking out for their own bottom line, not your best interests. They often encourage people with claims to settle for a fraction of what their case may actually be worth. If you’ve been in an accident, you’ve already been hurt once. Don’t get hurt twice, by the insurance company. The attorneys at Floyd Hunter Injury Law are here to help.

How much is my case worth?

The true value of your case can only be determined after the attorneys at Floyd Hunter Injury Law thoroughly evaluate the facts of your case. Only then can we make a reasonable estimate as to the monetary value of your case. True value can only be determined after you have completed all medical treatment, medical records have been recovered and reviewed, medical bills obtained, and the treating physician has been consulted to determine if the injuries are permanent.

How much does a lawyer cost?

Floyd Hunter Injury Law takes cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t get paid until you collect compensation for your injuries. Your case evaluation is free and, we only get paid when we collect money for our clients. So, we only get paid if you get paid.

Therefore, we have a tremendous incentive to devote ourselves to your case and fight for your rights to receive the kind of compensation you deserve as quickly as possible.

After the free complimentary consultation, you are always still free to hire someone else. But, at least you will have the benefit of evaluating all of the relevant information and have your questions answered in a no-pressure environment before you make that important decision.

What kind of damages are there?

Depending on your case, you may have grounds to sue for the following damages:

Economic losses include expenses for medical care and lost wages due to your injury.
Future economic losses cover the cost of future medical care and future loss of income due to your injury.
Past and future pain & suffering