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The length of time that a personal injury case will last will depend on the particular circumstances of the case. Some cases might settle right away, while others will take some time if the extent of the injured party’s need for medical procedures has yet to be determined. It is rare for cases to last longer than two years, but it is possible. Most often, personal injury cases will resolve within one year.

Does Someone Even Need An Attorney If There Has Been An Accident And Liability Is Clear?

While the process of repairing a damaged vehicle is not something for which an attorney is needed, a personal injury claim will absolutely require the assistance of an attorney. This is because insurance companies can be very difficult to deal with and will avoid compensating injured parties.

Additionally, most people don’t understand the value of certain injuries, and don’t know how to speak the language of insurance companies; this is something with which an attorney can be of great help. Many people are unaware that in New York, injured parties are never required to pay their attorneys up front for representation in personal injury cases. Instead, attorneys will receive one-third of the amount of the settlement.

How Long Does It Generally Take To Receive Funds After A Personal Injury Settlement Is Reached?

Once a personal injury settlement has been reached, funds could be distributed within days, assuming that the client signs the necessary documents without delay. In some cases, receiving funds from an insurance company might take up to three months. The amount of time that it will take depends in part on how aggressive the plaintiff is and how quickly they complete the paperwork.

For more information on Timeline For Resolution Of Personal Injury Cases, a free consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (212) 766-9779 today.

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