Criminal defense cases cover both criminal suits — charges brought by the government to punish an individual for an act classified as a crime — and civil suits — claims brought by individuals or organizations as a dispute over rights and duties.
Many questions arise after being injured in a car accident or any other type of personal injury accident, such as: do I need a personal injury lawyer, why do I need an attorney/lawyer, which personal injury attorney should I hire, who is going to cover my medical bills, will my health insurance cover bills for injuries caused as a result of my car accident, how long does the personal injury process take, what is the benefit of having an attorney to help me with my personal injury claim, and the list goes on and on. Throughout my next few blog posts, I will attempt to answer many of the most frequently asked questions that arise after being injured in an accident. I will discuss the benefits of having a lawyer to help you through the process. I will look at the personal injury claim process as a whole, discussing: how long the process can take, litigation versus other forms of dispute resolution, and valuation of claims.