When you’ve been injured in an accident, or your disability benefits have been denied, it can be overwhelming. We’ve compiled some common personal injury FAQs into this personal injury primer to help guide you through the process. This page contains information spanning the entire personal injury case process. At MacGillivray Law, we work exclusively on personal injury and insurance matters. Let us provide you with information and peace of mind as we navigate the legal system on your behalf.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the personal injury claim process?
- How can a lawyer help with my personal injury claim?
- How long does an injury claim or lawsuit take?
- How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?
- How to prove your personal injury claim
- Will a previous injury affect my insurance claim?
- Should I accept the insurance company's offer?
- How can I help my personal injury lawsuit to get the best settlement?
- Is my personal injury settlement taxable?
- What is contributory negligence in an accident?
- Is what I tell my lawyer confidential?
- What can I expect at an independent medical exam (IME)?
- What is a discovery hearing?
- What can I expect at mediation?
- What can I expect at a Judicial Settlement Conference (JSC)?
- What is an actuary?
- What is a subrogation action?
- What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?
- What is a structured settlement?
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