Personal Injury

Don’t stress about hospital bills that weren’t your fault— take our free eligibility survey to connect with a personal injury lawyer.

Accidents happen, but even accidents have consequences.

A personal injury claim should be filed by someone who gets injured because of another person or business’s negligence. Our network of personal injury attorneys can help you get compensated for a variety of scenarios, including slip-and-falls, dog bites, assault, and other forms of personal injury.

If you were hurt, and you strongly believe that your injury was another person or company’s fault, request a free personal injury case review to see if you might be entitled to a financial settlement.

Which types of personal injury can qualify for assistance?

Personal injury can come in many forms. If you aren’t sure whether you have a potentially strong case, here are some (but not all) of the most common personal injury lawsuits that make it to the court:

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Ready to get in touch with a legal representative? Complete our short survey to determine if you qualify for a personal injury settlement.

What can I expect from my personal injury settlement?

While an exact amount is impossible to predict, previous verdicts range from tens of thousands to tens of millions. It’s important to note that your case will be individually assessed, meaning your settlement will not be shared with others. Our priority is to ensure the best possible outcome for you, not inflating attorney profits.

Our qualification process

Because we provide our services with legal advocates across the United States, you may receive a call with an unknown number or an area code you might not recognize.

Why Free Legal Reviews?

Our legal consulting agency connects victims of product and personal injury who need assistance obtaining legal representation with our nationwide network of personal injury attorneys. Our free case review and advocate-matching services are entirely complimentary, and our clients only have to pay for attorney fees if they win a settlement. We will only ever charge between 30-40% of your total settlement to cover attorney fees. Any additional fees charged to you will come from either your health insurance provider or from Medicare, depending on the medical treatment you received.


We have now assisted over 100,000 clients with their personal injury claims, and we’re proud to have helped a handful of plaintiffs win multi-million dollar settlements.

We connect the injured with free legal consultations.

If you’ve been injured by a prescription, medical device,
or consumer product, we can start you on the path to justice.

Frequently asked questions about personal injury claims

If you have anything else you want to ask, reach out to us.

How long after an injury do I have to file a personal injury claim?

In the United States, each state has its own statute of limitations which determines how much time a person is given to file a personal injury claim. The statute of limitations for personal injury is between 2-3 years in most states, so it is crucial to act quickly to receive your rightful compensation.


If you live in either Louisiana, Kentucky or Tennessee, you’ll want to file a claim as soon as possible. The statute of limitations in those states only lasts for ONE YEAR after the injury occurred, so they provide a very short window of time.

How much money can I get from a personal injury settlement?

The amount of money you are entitled to will vary in each case. However, the cost of your medical treatment, plus the value of your lost wages and any legal fees, is a good place to start. Usually, there’s also an additional amount of money granted by the court for the plaintiff’s pain and suffering, or for punitive damages.


However, keep in mind: personal injury claims are regularly settled before they ever advance to trial, and plaintiffs are often pressured into accepting a reduced settlement offer during negotiations.

How do I prove that someone caused my personal injury?

In order to win a personal injury settlement, you and your attorney must prove that the person responsible for your injury either acted with negligence or the intent to cause you harm. 


For someone to have acted with negligence, they must have owed you a certain level of care expected from an ordinary person (fixing any hazards for house guests, driving safely around others, etc.) and then failed to provide that level of care, causing your injury.


Legal Practice Areas

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