Personal Injury Attorney
in Elk Grove, CA
Have you recently been injured? Get the reimbursement you deserve when you choose the Law Offices of Michael L. Faber—the leading personal injury attorney serving Elk Grove, CA. From auto accidents or dog bites, Michael will work hard to get the outcome you deserve.
How Long Does It Take to Settle My Case?
Each personal injury case is different based on varying factors. Before our attorney can conclude your case, our office needs convincing documentation to back up your claim, including medical records and billing statements for any medical treatments. If you’ve experienced property damage in an auto accident, your case can be settled as soon as our office sets up a claim with the responsible insurance company and you have a vehicle inspection done. For auto accidents, our office will also need property damage photographs, witness statements, police reports, and proof of lost income from your employer. The length of your settlement depends on the amount of documentation, as well as your insurance company. If your insurance company disagrees with our office’s evaluation, a lawsuit may have to be filed. If a lawsuit isn’t necessary, the settlement will take about 60 to 90 days after your documentation is submitted.
How Much Money Is My Case Worth?
The Law Offices of Michael L. Faber is committed to getting the best outcome for our clients. Your case’s monetary value depends on certain factors, including:
Our office is always willing to litigate to obtain a fair settlement, and we strive to maintain a good reputation with the local insurance claims industry so they know we’ll stand behind our clients. Our attorney is dedicated to each case he takes and will ensure you’re kept up to date on the latest developments.
Personal Injury Fees
Our office operates on a contingency fee basis for all personal injury cases, regardless of the type of accident, which means we don’t get paid if you don't. If the case settles without the need to file a lawsuit, our office charges 28 percent of the total settlement. If we do need to file a lawsuit, we charge 33.33 percent of the total settlement. If your case requires a jury trial (a rare situation), we charge 40 percent of the total settlement.