If you are asking this question, you likely would benefit from speaking to an experienced attorney. If you have been injured in an accident, on the job, on someone’s property or because of a defective product, it is best to obtain counsel and have the attorney guide you through the process whether it be a claims process with an insurance company or through litigation if necessary. An experienced attorney will make sure you will receive everything you are entitled to under the law.
It costs nothing to set up a consultation with an attorney at Kenney & Conley. If you retain our office to represent you in connection with a claim for personal injury, we will work on a contingent fee basis which means we get paid only if we recover damages for you.
This can vary depending on the nature of your case. However, it is always important to bring your identification, insurance information, police or incident reports if applicable, photographs, and any communications received from insurance companies and/or defendants. We can advise you more specifically about relevant documentation to bring when you call our office.
Our office has successfully handled personal injury cases since 1985. We have over 100 years of combined experience in personal injury cases and will work tirelessly on your behalf to recover what you rightfully deserve.
This is a very common question that is nearly impossible to answer without conducting a complete evaluation of your case. The value of a claim is complex and is based on the specific circumstances of your case including the liability, causation and damages claimed. We have the experience to evaluate your case and determine how best to proceed to maximize your recovery.
It will depend. Several factors including the nature of your case, the circumstances of your injury and extent of your damages will often dictate how your case is handled. Some cases will resolve in the claims phase, while others will need to have their cases filed in court. However, even if your case is filed in court, it does not mean you will have to go to trial. A vast majority of cases reach a resolution without ever requiring the parties to appear in court.