Frequently Asked Questions
Answered by a Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyer
What is a personal injury case?
A personal injury case is a legal matter that involves a plaintiff and a defendant. The plaintiff is the person that has suffered an injury and that is seeking monetary damages for his/her injury, pain and suffering. The defendant is the person that is usually accused of being negligent and/or reckless.
Do I have a personal injury case?
Ask yourself two questions. First, were you injured? Second, was your injury caused by another person's negligence or carelessness? If you answered "yes" to these questions, chances are that you have a personal injury case.
How many cases does your law office handle each year?
At the Law Offices of Christopher Paul Mesaros, APC, we handle a limited number of cases annually. We only take on a set number of cases because we are committed to offering each of our clients personalized attention and tailored legal services that lead to success in court.
Can you tell me how much my case is worth?
This question is always difficult to answer because the value of a case depends upon all of the circumstances that are involved. Some of these circumstances include how badly you were injured, the amount of your medical bills and the type of accident you were involved in. In order to get an idea of how much your case might be worth, it is advised that you contact us to set up a case evaluation.
Do you offer free consultations?
Yes, we offer free initial phone consultations to prospective clients. If you would like to schedule a phone meeting to discuss your personal injury case, contact us today!
We would welcome the opportunity to speak with you, learn more about your case and to provide you with legal insight.