Elmosa Law




Most frequent questions and answers

If you are unsure whether you need an attorney, you are more than welcome to give us a call and we’ll explain why you may or may not need an attorney.

Typically, the smaller the damages the less likely it is that you need an attorney. In cases where damages are small enough that the insurance company would have no problem making a payment, it could be a waste of everyone’s time to hire an attorney. However, the larger the sums of money involved, the more likely you are to have a harder time collecting a desired payout, and the more likely it is that you need an attorney’s help.

If you have suffered severe injuries or have significant financial losses, time off work, medical bills and so on, it is in your best interest to speak to an attorney first.

we provide services in the entire state of Illinois to we provide services in all of Cook, Will, Lake and Dupage county.

When clients ask, “how much does a lawyer cost,” the answer can vary from $50 to $400 or more per hour. But if you’re facing a legal issue, working with a lawyer is very helpful and can affect the outcome of the case. Before hiring a lawyer, you should talk to him or her about fee schedules, flat-rate vs. hourly billing, retainer vs. contingency fees, and a ballpark estimate of the total cost based on the case

The answer depends on specific circumstances of your situation. We will always act in the best interest of our clients and try to move the case as quickly as possible. We understand that you may be financially vulnerable after an injury and will push hard for a resolution. Typically, cases take longer if they go to trial, which is something insurance companies and clients hurting for money try to avoid. We encourage you to speak to us about your situation so that we can give you accurate estimates of how long your case will take.

Attorneys may conduct their own investigations to obtain any necessary documentation and evidence to support your claim. However, the more you bring with you the less work your attorney will have to do and the faster they can process your claim. Consider bringing any documents, evidence or other paperwork related to your Case in any way whatsoever. Some of this material may include: hospital bills, medical reports, police reports, eyewitness, Emails, information, photos of the scene, photos of injury and property damage and anything else you think may be relevant. Basically, the more information you can provide, the easier it will be for an attorney to determine whether you have a case

DISCLAIMER: Any and all content on this website including the Frequently Asked Questions is intended as purely informational material. Such content may be inaccurate and is not legal advice, and should never be treated as such. Only direct advice from the legal counsel should be used in legal matters.

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