FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions


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  1. HOW MUCH IS MY CASE WORTH?
  2. HOW MUCH DO I HAVE TO PAY?
  3. WHO DECIDES WHETHER TO ACCEPT A SETTLEMENT OFFER?
  4. HOW WILL MY DOCTOR BILLS BE PAID?
  5. HOW WILL I PAY MY LIVING EXPENSES?
  6. CAN MY ATTORNEY LOAN ME MONEY WHILE THE CASE IS PENDING?
  7. HOW LONG WILL MY CASE TAKE?
  8. WHAT IF I WAS IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT AND I WAS NOT WEARING A SEATBELT?
  9. WHAT IF I WAS INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT THAT WAS NOT MY FAULT, BUT I WAS ISSUED A TICKET?
  10. DO I HAVE TO ATTEND COURT HEARINGS AND DEPOSITIONS OF WITNESSES IN MY CASE?
  11. HOW MANY DAYS WILL THE TRIAL TAKE?
  12. ARE YOU A LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE?
  13. IF I HAVE A PREEXISTING INJURY WILL THAT EFFECT HOW MUCH I CAN RECOVER?
  14. WHAT IS A SOFT TISSUE CASE?
  15. WILL THE JURY FIND OUT ABOUT A CRIMINAL CONVICTION?
  16. IF I WAS INJURED ON THE JOB, CAN I SUE MY EMPLOYER?
  17. I WORK FOR A SUBCONTRACTOR AND WAS INJURED ON THE JOB BY ANOTHER SUBCONTRACT, CAN I SUE THE SUBCONTRACTOR THAT CAUSED MY INJURIES?

14. WHAT IS A SOFT TISSUE CASE?

ANSWER: Insurance adjusters and the lawyers they hire like to refer to a case as as "soft tissue" case when your injuries involve the vertebral discs in your neck and back. By coining the phrase "soft tissue" they attempt to prejudice the jury into believing that your case does not involve serious injuries. It is a mistake for anyone to believe that a soft tissue injury is less painful or debilitating than a case involving a broken bone. Often times, broken bones can be repaired and will fully heal. However, a herniated disc in your neck or back cannot be repaired. It’s permanent, and can be extremely painful. When we take a case to trial, we will bring your doctors in front of the jury to fully explain your injuries. The doctors will have the use of models, posters and videos to show the jury that there is no such thing as a minor soft tissue case.



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    9191 R.G. Skinner Pkwy., # 703
    Jacksonville FL, 32256
    Tel: 904 642 4111
    Fax: 904 329 1875
    Email: Philip@JaxLitigation.com

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