FAQs

Below are answers to commonly asked questions by prospective clients.

How do I know whether I have a case?

The best way to determine whether you have a case is to speak with the right attorney. The right attorney is honest, knowledgeable and hard working. Be wary of any attorney who promise you a specific amount or otherwise provides you a guaranteed result. That attorney is inexperienced, incompetent, or dishonest.

If you or a loved one has a potential case and would like a free and straightforward consultation, contact us.

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How much will it cost to hire an attorney?

In a medical malpractice, wrongful death, or other personal injury cases, most attorneys work on a “contingency fee” basis. This means the attorney will not get paid for their service unless he or she collects.

If you or a loved one has a potential case and would like a free and straightforward consultation, contact us.

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How do I choose the right attorney?

The right attorney is the one best able to maximize the strengths of your case and minimize any weaknesses, while providing you the highest degree of personal service. Some attorneys are too busy to effectively handle your case. They may hand your case off to an inexperienced associate. Other attorneys lack the knowledge or resources to take on a large case, especially if it involves complicated matters of science or medicine. Still other attorneys lack the motivation to aggressively push a case as hard and fast as possible. For all these reasons, the right attorney should have an impressive reputation, proven results, and a willingness to provide you the personal service you deserve.

If you are seeking an attorney with a proven reputation, proven results, and a proven commitment to personal service, contact Attorney Jason M. Kroot for a free and consultation.

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Can I hire you as my attorney?

You may contact us for a free consultation. After all of the pertinent information is collected and evaluated, we will inform you whether we can be of service and take your case.

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How much is my case worth?

The value of your case is dependent upon many factors. These factors include: 1) the estimated value of your case; 2) the likelihood of proving your case; and 3) the quality of your attorney; and 4) the defendant and/or insurance carrier. If any attorney promises you a specific amount or otherwise provides you a guaranteed result, they are inexperienced, incompetent, or dishonest.

If you or a loved one has a potential case and would like a free, no-nonsense consultation, contact us.

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How long will my case take?

Each case is unique. A particular case can take anywhere from several days to several years. In rare instances, a case can last even longer. An important factor is the complexity of the case and the quality of your attorney. Additionally, some insurance companies are notorious for refusing to provide reasonable offer until after suit is filed or even just before trial. When confronted with these companies, your attorney’s ability to prepare your case for trial is critical. The idea is to convince the insurance company they have more to lose at trial than with a settlement. If they continue to provide a low ball offer, your attorney must posses the knowledge, skill and experience to prove the insurance company wrong at trial.

If you feel you or a loved one has a case and would like a free consultation with a proven attorney, contact us.

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Will my case settle or go to trial?

The vast majority of cases settle. Whether you have a case and whether it will settle without trial depends upon many factors. These factors include: 1) the estimated value of your case; 2) the likelihood of proving your case; 3) the quality of your attorney; and 4) the defendant and/or insurance carrier.

If you or a loved one has a potential case and would like a free consultation with a proven attorney, contact us.

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