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What do you get for your attorney's fee?Our attorney's fee is a contingency fee. That means that we will only collect a fee when you win your case. At your initial consultation, we will discuss what this fee would be. Call Lloyd Law Office, a reliable personal injury lawyer in Bloomington, IN, if you have any questions.
What documents should I bring when meeting with a lawyer?When you meet with our accident attorney in Bloomington, IN, bring all of the paperwork related to your accident or incident as well as anything that could count as relevant evidence. This can include anything from doctors, hospitals, police, or any other documents related to the accident. When in doubt, bring everything that you think could be needed. It's always better to have too much information than too little. Documents about the treatment you received after an incident are especially important. For instance, if you were one of the 1 million Americans who suffer a trip, slip, or fall injury every year, you would need to bring all of the medical records detailing your visit to the doctor and your treatment.
Can I keep my case from becoming public knowledge, even if I want to pursue the case in court?The details of your case are always protected by attorney/client privilege. However, once you file in court, your case becomes public record and basic information will be made available to the public. If you want to talk to an experienced personal injury attorney in Bloomington, IN to learn more about what exactly would become public knowledge, you can call our office.
Should I accept the insurance company settlement?The answer to this question depends on a number of factors that will be unique to your case. One of our skilled personal injury lawyers in Bloomington, IN will carefully assess your offer from the insurance company to determine if you should accept the settlement. You can rest assured that we will take the time to explain the decision to you and be transparent throughout the process.
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