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How Long Does A Personal Injury Case Take? | Reiner, Slaughter & Frankel, LLP

It’s understandable to want your case to be over and won as quickly as possible after you’ve suffered an injury either on the job or at the hands of someone’s negligence. After all, you’ve hired a personal injury lawyer Redding workers can rely on so you can focus on what matters most: your recovery.

However, every personal injury and workers compensation case is different. Some cases may take longer than others to get the best possible results. Though, how long does it take for a personal injury or workers compensation case to be finished on average?

How Long Does A Personal Injury/Workers Comp Case Take To Finish?

A personal injury claim may take anywhere between 12 to 24 months on average to officially be resolved. In some cases, the claim may be resolved in less than one year whereas others may take longer than two years.

That being said, you may find yourself asking why it may take up to two years to resolve a case. This is due to a number of reasons.

  1. Your lawyer may or may not file your lawsuit immediately. This is because a personal injury lawyer Redding residents trust will evaluate their claims to determine whether your case is capable of achieving a better result.
  2. It can sometimes take between 12 to 18 months to receive a trial date for your lawsuit. In that amount of time, your lawyer will be working with interrogatories, subpoenas, admissions, and requesting documents. It can take a lengthy amount of time to receive, assess, and exchange this type of information prior to the trial.
  3. Not every personal injury and workers compensation claim ends in a trial. Nevertheless, your lawyer will prepare your case in a professional and experienced manner to ensure you’re prepared for court should your lawsuit take a turn for a trial.

Your Personal Injury Case Time May Vary

Consequently, 12 to 24 months may seem like a long time to wait for your lawsuit, but it’s a necessary time period to exchange information and to ensure your suit is as strong and ready as possible for a successful verdict.

Recovery and caring for your family after you’ve suffered an injury on the job or at the hands of another person’s negligence should be your number one priority. Let a personal injury or workers compensation lawyer take care of the legal measures of your lawsuit. To learn more, contact a personal injury lawyer Redding trusts for a consultation today.

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