Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys Explain Factors That Influence Duration of A Personal Injury Claim
Memphis, TN –Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys has posted a new blog on their website to address the common question regarding the length of time it takes for a personal injury claim. The personal injury lawyers explain that there is no specific answer to this, citing different factors, such as length of medical treatment, type of accident, and other circumstantial pieces that determine the length of an injury claim.
The blog post addresses the need for victims to find an experienced Memphis personal injury attorney to get the maximum settlement in their claim against the at-fault party and their insurance company.
Alexander Shunnarah, Founder and CEO of Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys, outlines four main components of a personal injury case, with the first being the duty of care. The blog post explains that everyone should behave reasonably to protect the well-being of others around them. In a personal injury claim, a lawyer works hard to prove the negligent party's breach of the duty of care. Attorney Shunnarah states, “To win your claim, you must prove the at-fault party acted recklessly or negligently, violating the duty of care. Then you must prove the negligent behavior caused your injuries. And finally, you must prove that you suffered losses, like medical bills or lost wages, due to the breach of the duty of care.”
The blog post emphasizes the importance for victims to prove all four elements of negligence by presenting supporting evidence, suggesting that having an accident attorney can allow a victim to focus on healing while they focus on the legal issues.
A personal injury attorney is experienced in handling legal components like writing the personal injury demand letter, compiling evidence, and negotiating with insurance adjusters.
The blog post lists a few factors that determine how long a personal injury claim takes until final settlement.
“If you can resolve your case with your auto insurance company, you might be able to settle within 90 days of discharge from medical care,” states Attorney Shunnarah. “An accident with minimal injuries could take just a couple of weeks. If there are severe injuries, or your case goes to court, it could take a year or more to make its way through the litigation process.”
Damages that can be compensated for in a personal injury claim include special, general, and punitive. Special damages are those with quantifiable amounts, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage. General damages are for non-monetary damages such as pain and suffering, mental anguish, and loss of companionship. The final type, punitive damages, is only added to a claim in certain circumstances as a punishment to the at-fault party for severe negligence. An example of adding punitive damage would be a claim involving a drunk driver.
The blog post emphasizes the need to choose the most experienced and skilled personal injury attorney to fight the compensation claim. A lawyer's expertise and insight will impact how long the case will take.
The article lists a few important questions for victims to ask a lawyer when searching for one to hire. These questions include their specialization in personal injury law, experience, fee, success, and track record.
Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys offers a free consultation to accident victims fighting for their rightful compensation claim against the insurance company and negligent party.
With decades of trial experience, the Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys legal team is well-equipped with the knowledge, experience, and skills to guide accident victims through the complex legal terrain. Their experience in personal injury law enables them to ensure exceptional compensation settlements for their clients.
Victims can schedule a free consultation with the top Memphis personal injury lawyers through the Alexander Shunnarah website or by calling 1-800-229-7989.
For more information about Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys, contact the company here:
Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys
6000 Poplar Ave
Memphis, TN 38119