09 Jul Do I Have a Legal Case?
According to the U.S. Financial Education Foundation, there are more than 40 million lawsuits filed in the United States each year.
There are a number of elements that go into deciding whether or not you actually have a legal case, which is why our team at Morris Haynes promotes scheduling an initial consultation to discuss the facts of your legal case and whether or not you have enough to move forward with your lawsuit.
How to Know If You Have a Lawsuit
During your initial consultation with the legal team at Morris Haynes, you will be asked a variety of questions to gain a better understanding of your potential case.
Questions asked include:
- What happened?
- Did you file an incident/police report?
- Do you have health insurance?
- Have you given a statement to anyone?
- Have you sought medical treatment?
- Are you employed?
- How has this affected your life? Are there any things that you could do before that you can’t do now?
After you answer these aforementioned questions to the best of your ability, our legal team will convene to discuss whether or not we can move forward with your lawsuit.
Filing a Lawsuit
If it is decided that you do have a legal case, the next step is to file a Complaint, which will be prepared by our attorney team. Then, depending on whether or not the Defendant responds to the Complaint, litigation begins—whether through Discovery or negotiations.
If you believe you have a legal case, contact our legal team at Morris Haynes for a free consultation.