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EMBARK ON YOUR JOURNEY TO JUSTICE WITH CLARK THE SHARK ATTORNEY AT FIELDING LAW

Our commitment is to provide unwavering support and legal expertise as we navigate the claims process together. From thorough case investigations to skillful negotiations, we are dedicated to making the process smooth for you. Understanding the challenges you may encounter, we are here for you from the initial consultation to any courtroom proceedings. Fielding Law aims to guide you through the complexities of your personal injury claim, ensuring your rights are protected and seeking the compensation you deserve. Connect with Clark the Shark at 833.88.SHARK, and let us craft a personalized case plan tailored to your specific needs.

What to Expect with Fielding Law

WHAT IS THE CASE PROCESS?

In your personal injury case, trust Fielding Law as your guide. From the initial consultation to thorough investigations and skilled negotiation, we are by your side. Our commitment is to make the process as smooth as possible for you.

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Case Investigation

Medical Evaluation

Settlement Negotiations

Litigation
(if necessary)

Case Resolution

WHAT IS A CONTINGENCY FEE?

At Fielding Law, we understand the financial concerns that may arise after a personal injury. That is why we operate on a contingency fee basis. With a contingency fee, you do not have to worry about upfront costs or hourly fees. Instead, our payment is contingent on the successful resolution of your case. In other words, we only get paid if we secure compensation for you. This approach ensures that everyone, regardless of financial means, can access high-quality legal representation. It aligns our interests with yours, emphasizing our commitment to fighting for your rights and obtaining the best possible outcome for your personal injury claim.

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WHAT DAMAGES CAN YOU PURSUE?

If you have suffered harm due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness, you might qualify to pursue damages. Damages cover losses such as medical expenses, lost income, changes in quality of life, and mental distress. Overall, you may seek compensation for the following:

Current & Future Medical Expenses

Lost Wages & Loss of Future Earning Capacity

Property Damage

Emotional Distress

Permanent Disability

Pain & Suffering

WHAT IS A PERSONAL INJURY?

A personal injury claim is a legal action initiated by an individual (the plaintiff) who has experienced physical, emotional, or financial harm resulting from the negligence or intentional conduct of another party. The objective of the claim is to pursue compensation for the incurred damages.

HOW DO I KNOW IF I HAVE A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM?

For a legitimate personal injury claim, you typically must demonstrate three crucial elements: the defendant’s owed duty of care to you, a breach of that duty, and damages arising from the breach. Seeking advice from a personal injury attorney is vital to assess the particulars of your case accurately.

SHOULD I HIRE A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY?

In the event of an accident and contemplating a personal injury claim, seeking guidance from a seasoned attorney is strongly recommended. An experienced personal injury attorney can safeguard your rights, navigate the intricate legal procedures, collect evidence, negotiate with insurance firms, and enhance your likelihood of securing equitable compensation.

FROM THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION

In a contingent fee arrangement, a client compensates a lawyer only upon successful case resolution, typically applied in cases where monetary claims are involved, such as personal injury or workers’ compensation. The agreed-upon fee is a fixed percentage, often one-third, of the final recovery amount. If the case is won, the lawyer’s fee is deducted from the awarded sum. In the event of a loss, neither the client nor the lawyer receives payment for their services. However, the client may still be responsible for court filing fees, witness deposition costs, and related charges, irrespective of the case’s outcome.