The Truth About “Getting Rich” from Personal Injury Claims

It’s always better to have never gotten into the accident in the first place. No amount of money is going to make your pain and suffering worth it.

Many people seem to think that getting a huge settlement for pain and suffering is a piece of cake. This “can I get rich from an injury?” misconception isn’t helped by the abundance of attorney billboards and advertisements here in South Florida. The ads depict people who win tons of money all thanks to their Personal Injury case. But here’s the truth: you don’t want that. Attorney Grant J. Skolnick explains in the video below.

There are a number of variables which determine the value of a case. If someone has been awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars, the reality is that they: have been seriously injured, treated extensively, and suffered permanent damage.

Knowing When You Have a Personal Injury Claim

Knowing when you have a Personal Injury case may not always be obvious. It’s important to remember that just because you got hurt does not necessarily mean you have a claim. Simply put, there needs to be an accident and you need to be hurt because someone else did something they shouldn’t have done. Proving both the guilt of the at-fault party and the extent of the injuries they caused you to suffer are integral parts of a successful claim.

Contacting A Personal Injury Attorney is Free and Easy

If you believe you have a Personal Injury claim, there is no downside to contacting an attorney. Many firms, like The Ticktin Law Group, offer complimentary consultations to help you determine if you have a case and should be seeking compensation for your injuries. Further, in Florida, all Personal Injury cases on a contingency basis, meaning you pay nothing — not even out-of-pocket expenses — unless, and until, we recover money for you. Unsure if you need an attorney or have a case? You have nothing to lose by completing our contact form or giving us a call at (561) 232-2222. It would be our pleasure to assist you.

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