Do You Have Questions About Your Personal Injury Matters?
Many people are hesitant about filing a personal injury claim, especially if it is workers’ compensation. If you are unsure about the claim process or how filing a claim will benefit you then you should discuss your concerns with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers.
At the Law Office of Cuneo & Leonetti, our attorneys commit 24-hour accessible legal counsel to clients throughout their case. Our Supreme Court certified trial lawyers will seek the maximum compensation for your recovery. In addition, we will provide you with guidance and case updates until we reach a resolution.
You can rely on us to answer any of your personal injury-related questions.
Personal Injury FAQs
Before filing a personal injury claim, you may have some unanswered questions. Provided below are a few of the most frequently asked questions about personal injury claims.
How is fault determined?
Fault is determined during the investigation of where and how the accident occurred. In some cases, the injured party may also be at fault to an extent, but they may still be able to seek compensation.
Am I responsible for my medical bills?
When you seek medical attention, you will pay the fees your insurance company normally requires you to. You will want to keep a record of what you spend on medical attention to add to your personal injury claim.
How long does the claim process take?
A personal injury claim settlement in New Jersey can take one to two years. The length of your personal injury claim will depend on the details of your case.
Can my employer fire me for filing a workers’ compensation claim?
It is illegal for an employer to fire an employee for filing a workers’ compensation claim.
Can I file the claim on my own?
It is possible for you to file a claim on your own. However, any error in the legal documentation will lead to a denial of your claim or dismissal of your case. It is in your best interest to consult with a knowledgeable and skilled personal injury lawyer at Cuneo & Leonetti.
Consult With Us, Risk-Free
Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, and if we do not recover compensation or benefits then you do not have to pay us. You can rely on our certified trial lawyers to aggressively seek the full compensation you deserve for your personal injury or medical malpractice case.