Edmonton Car Accident Lawyer Group – FAQ

Edmonton Car Accident Lawyer Group Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I know if I can take legal action after my accident?

A. It’s very common for individuals injured in an accident to wonder if they’re able to take legal action against the person responsible for the accident. It can be difficult to figure out who is entirely at fault and if there is a third party responsible for the accident as well. It can be almost impossible to know if a victim is able to file a claim without speaking to a knowledgeable injury lawyer at Edmonton Car Accident Lawyer Group.

During a free case review, they can tell you if filing a claim is the best legal option and if so, they can also tell you how much your case may be worth. Upon hiring, they’ll quickly investigate the cause of the accident to make sure every source of compensation is explored.

Q. An insurance adjuster contacted me. What do I need to tell them?

A. You do not need to tell the insurance adjuster anything! You are not legally required to give them any information and oftentimes, the more you tell them the harder it can make it for you to get a fair settlement. Don’t let them record your conversation and don’t sign any documents they send you. Please remember, without the counsel of dedicated injury Edmonton, it is never wise to speak to an insurance adjuster.

Q. I lost a loved one in an accident. Can I file a claim against the at fault party?

A. Surviving family members may be able to file a lawsuit against the person or corporation responsible for the tragic loss of a loved one. The law varies per case, but generally defines family members as spouses, children, siblings, grandparents, life partners or any person financially dependent on the deceased.

To learn if you are able to file a wrongful death lawsuit, contact a skilled Edmonton injury lawyer before it is too late. In most cases, surviving family members only have a certain amount of time to take legal action. Once the time allowed by law expires, family members won’t be allowed to file a claim and won’t be allowed to obtain compensation for funeral expenses, deceased’s expected earnings, loss of companionship, and loss of care.

Q. Do I have to pay for the investigation of my case?

A. At Edmonton Car Accident Lawyer Group, the caring personal injury attorneys we work with won’t charge you anything to conduct an investigation. Every case they take is on a contingent basis. From the minute you call, you won’t have to pay a dime until the professional personal injury attorneys in our group win your case.

Q. Do I have to pay for the consultation?

A. No. The initial consultation is free. You can expect to get valuable information during a consultation, but you will never be pressured to hire the ethical personal injury lawyer in Edmonton we refer you to. Call a friendly member of our staff today at 780-669-5235. You should not have to face the recovery process alone. Our law group can get you the physical and financial help you need.