National Personal Injury Law Firm is a personal injury law firm that offers services in all 50 states. They provide a free consultation and work on a contingency fee basis, meaning they do not get paid unless you win your case. This article will list some of the most frequently asked questions about National Personal Injury Law Firm to help those considering hiring them for their legal needs.
1) How long have you been practicing law?
We have been practicing in the field of personal injury law for over 30 years. National Personal Injury Law Firm has provided counsel to clients across all 50 states during this time and we also handle cases involving medical malpractice, product liability claims such as defective drugs or faulty machinery, construction site accidents (including crane collapses), premises liability like slip and falls, wrongful death claims including motor vehicle accidents (due to drunk or negligent driving),
defective car parts like tires or airbags which can cause serious injuries when they malfunction. We also handle cases involving job-related injuries such as workplace accidents, workplace discrimination due to disability or age, workers compensation claims for on-the-job injury victims, and asbestos exposure.
2) What type of cases do you handle?
National Personal Injury Law Firm handles all types of personal injury cases. This includes work-related injuries, car accidents (due to drunk or negligent driving), defective products such as faulty machinery and pharmaceutical drugs that can cause serious side effects like birth defects in pregnant women and their infants, construction site accident claims involving cranes and scaffolding (that collapse on the job), defective car parts including faulty airbags that can cause serious injuries, workplace accidents or discrimination due to age or disability.
3) Do I need an attorney?
Yes, if you have been injured in an accident and would like to receive compensation for your injuries (whether they are physical or psychological) then you should hire an attorney. If the person responsible for your injury does not own any insurance, assets, or other means of paying out a judgment against them then hiring an attorney will likely be more beneficial for you in the long run.
4) Can I reach out to you directly if I have any other questions before deciding whether or not to hire your firm?
You can reach out to us directly for a free consultation by filling in your contact details on our website.
5) Is there anything else you would like to add?
In addition to our regular legal services, we also offer a blog that can answer many of your questions about hiring an attorney or filing a lawsuit. You can read more about the types of cases we handle and how these claims are filed on our website as well. Our team at National Personal Injury Law
6) What if I have a question that you did not mention?
If you have any other questions after reading our FAQ page, please reach out to us. We would be happy to help answer them for you!