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If you have suffered an injury, either physically or psychologically, that was caused by the negligence of another person or business, you have a right to compensation for the injury.

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Personal injury attorneys charge a contingency fee for their work. That means their fee is a percentage of what they are able to recover for their clients – usually between 30% or 40% depending on a number of factors.

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Taking notes in a journal can be incredibly helpful in ensuring you receive maximum compensation for your injury claim. Why? Injury claims can take anywhere from a few months to a couple years.

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Injured victims may ask themselves, “when should I hire an attorney for my injury claim?” The best answer is – the sooner, the better. The longer you wait, the more difficult it is to recover crucial evidence such as traffic camera footage or a vehicle’s electronically stored data.

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“I’ve been asked to appear at a deposition. What do I do?” If this is a question you want answered, or if you have heard your lawyer use the term and are wondering what to possibly prepare for, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Biesterveld & Crook, LLC have a few tips that could help.

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