Frequently Asked Questions

At the Green Injury Law Firm, our Boynton Beach Personal Injury & Car Accident team frequently gets asked:

How much does a personal injury lawyer charge?

Personal Injury attorneys typically charge 33.33% of the gross settlement if the case is resolved prior to litigation. The fee is contingent upon the success of the case, meaning if there is no recovery there is no fee. Click this link to learn more about personal injury attorney fees.

How Long Does a Personal Injury Case Last?

The short answer is that injury claims typically take anywhere from 3 months to 3 years to resolve. However, let’s dive deeper into the details and break it down into two main categories: cases that settle without a lawsuit (“Pre-Litigation Cases) and cases that a lawsuit is required (“Litigation cases). The duration of your case will depend on whether your case is able to be resolve pre-litigation or if a court appearance and more fighting is necessary.

Who Pays My Medical Bills After An Auto Accident?

After being involved in an auto accident, one of the common concerns is who will pay for the medical bills. In Florida, individuals injured in any type of car accident are required to use their own auto insurance policy, known as “Personal Injury Protection,” “PIP” or “No Fault Coverage,” to pay the initial $10,000 of medical bills.

How Much Is My Case Worth?

When faced with a personal injury, such as a car accident or slip and fall, it’s natural to wonder about the potential value of your case. Insurance companies generally categorize personal injury claims into three main categories. In this article, we’ll explore these categories and delve into ten additional factors that impact claim value.