General Questions

How soon should I contact an attorney?

If you intend to file a claim or want to find out whether you have a solid case, then you should reach out to our team as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the greater chance there is that valuable evidence will be lost. Our head-on accident lawyers want to ensure that they create… read more?

Will my case go to trial?

Many personal injury claims are settled out of court. Your head-on collision attorney will always negotiate with the defense before attempting to take your case to trial. Each settlement offer received will be presented to you. Our clients always have the final say on whether or not a settlement is accepted. The only way that… read more?

What is a no fault state?

A no-fault state is one that has decided, through the laws of that state, that each owner and operator of a vehicle will be required to carry coverage on their automobile insurance to be used to cover medical expenses should an accident occur, regardless of who is at fault for that accident. This coverage, called… read more?

How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?

We often get the question, “How much will a personal injury attorney cost me?” In essence, that answer depends on how much we recover on your behalf, however, we charge nothing upfront. While some attorneys charge an hourly fee for their services, others (like us) work on a contingency-fee basis. That means our fees are… read more?

What happens if you do not win my case?

The Ruth Legal Team operates on a contingency-fee basis. We want the victims of car collisions to be able to seek counsel without fear of outrageous legal or medical fees. Our goal is to make your life easier, not add on to your hardships. If we do not win your case, you will not owe… read more?

Am I entitled to pain and suffering damages?

If you successfully file a personal injury claim against a negligent party, you may be able to receive repayment for specific amounts of money that you have lost due to medical bills, property repairs, and so on. These are known as “special damages.” Another kind of compensation, known as “general damages” deals with less tangible… read more?

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