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At Magic Law Group, we know what it’s like to go through an injury. Any personal injury accident can have serious and long-lasting impacts on your life. This can include:
But the consequences of a personal injury do not simply affect your health or mental wellbeing; medical bills will start piling up, and there are lost wages that can impair your ability to compensate for bills and expenses. These damages can tear your life apart and that’s why our personal injury attorneys are here to help; We are dedicated to your recovery and putting your life back together.

What is Personal Injury?

The personal injury law allows injured parties to seek compensation for the damages they have suffered, especially if the damages are caused by the negligence of another. If you or a loved one has suffered due to the negligence of others, you may be eligible to file a case and recover financial compensation for your losses.

How Can a Personal Injury Attorney Help?

Attorneys often deal with the full brunt of an insurance company’s claims and attempts to deny your claim. In addition, personal injury attorneys are experienced enough to handle the legal processes for a fair and full compensation. They do so by gathering all the evidence necessary to determine fault and prove negligence, then proceed with filing an injury claim and lawsuit and negotiate for a fair settlement.

Personal Injury Claims We Accept

We understand that not all personal injury cases are the same and not all attorneys will go for the same strategy to handle your case. Dealing with every personal injury claim requires insight, experience, and knowledge in a particular field.

Magic Law Group attorneys have been able to help clients with many different personal injury cases, such as:

By choosing Magic Law Group to represent you, you invest in attorneys with proven abilities to present your case and fight for a fair and full settlement. We are aggressive in pursuing justice and compassionate in hearing your story. Insurance companies may seem tough, but we go above and beyond to use our resources and settle your case.

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It’s extremely important to seek immediate medical attention. However, if you are not taken to the ER, make sure to gather photos and videos of the scene and the contact information of any witnesses.

It is important not to admit fault or apologize to anyone else who was involved, even if it seems polite. This can be used against you in your claim or lawsuit. If you have been injured, it’s also important to speak to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. That way you will know if you have a case and what to expect.

This will depend entirely on the statute of limitations in your state. A personal injury case may need to be filed within a year of the accident, or you may have as much as four years to file. You should check the rule in your state to make sure that you do not accidentally waive your rights. 

While there are some exceptions to the statute of limitations, they are very narrow, so it’s best to pursue a claim as soon as possible.

You should not speak with an insurance adjuster for someone else involved in the accident. While they may seem friendly and sympathetic, they simply care about protecting the rights of their insured party.

In this case, if you have reached out to an attorney, you can notify the adjuster to contact your attorney, or insurance company if you haven’t reached out to an attorney yet.

There is no easy answer to this, and it cannot be ascertained until your case has been thoroughly investigated. In addition, your attorneys will not promise any certain amounts or predict the outcome of the case. All estimates that you receive can be vague and may not be final, depending on the similar cases your attorneys might have handled.

You can still get damages from someone else who was at fault for the accident. The damages may be reduced to account for the pre-existing condition, but you can hold another person or entity accountable for aggravating the condition.

The damages that you can recover if you were partly at fault depend on the state where you live. Only a few states use a contributory negligence rule, which provides that a victim cannot recover any damages if they were at all at fault. In some states, you will be able to recover damages as long as you were not 50 percent or more (or sometimes 51 percent or more) at fault. In other states, you will be able to recover damages as long as you were not completely at fault. The damages will be proportionate to the defendant’s degree of fault.

It is very hard to predict and can vary dramatically. As a general rule, a claim that involves substantial injuries and a significant amount of money will take longer to settle because the insurer will fight harder over it. If the case is complex or liability is unclear, a settlement also may take longer to reach. Very few personal injury cases actually go to trial. Having an attorney can motivate the insurer to make a fair offer earlier in the process and reduce the expected times.

Generally speaking, that should take a week or two of signing the settlement agreement, as most parties wish to close the cases efficiently.

You do not pay unless we win. This means we collect our fee as a percentage of the settlement or judgment we obtain for you. We do not receive anything unless you win. This is also known as a “contingency fee arrangement”. 

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