Not all Attorneys are Equally Qualified to Handle Personal Injury Cases.
Q: How do I select the right law firm to represent me?
A: Make no mistake about it: Not all attorneys are equally qualified to handle personal injury cases. Choose an attorney with a solid reputation in the community. Base your selection on the recommendation of other knowledgeable consumers, judges and attorneys. Look for an attorney with many years of experience in handling injury and death claims. The Law Offices of Henry M. Hanflik have the experience, resources and commitment to obtain compensation from well-financed insurance companies and corporations. We are determined to achieve the maximum degree of justice for our clients.
Q: Do I need money to retain The Law Offices of Henry M. Hanflik in order to have my claim evaluated or processed?
A: No. Virtually every claim handled by our office is handled on a contingency basis. This means that our office advances the costs necessary to handle your claim. Fees are charged only if a recovery is made on your behalf.
Q: If I hire The Law Offices of Henry M. Hanflik to represent me, does that mean I automatically have a lawsuit against someone or some company?
A: No. Each case requires careful analysis and evaluation. After we analyze the information we gather regarding your claim, we will discuss with you the best course of action to follow. Our firm rarely files a lawsuit soon after we begin work on a claim. Filing a lawsuit may not always be in the best interest of the client.
Q: If a lawsuit is filed, does that mean I automatically have to go to court?
A: Not usually. In our experience, the majority of lawsuits are resolved before the day of trial. However, we will thoroughly prepare your claim on the assumption that your case will go to trial. Sometimes, it is necessary to take a case to a trial. Attention to details helps to resolve claims prior to trial.
Q: How long will my claim take?
A: There is no specific time. Each case is unique and is treated as such by our office. Often, claims require several months or as long as several years to resolve, depending upon the complexity of the case.