Archive for the ‘Accident Injury’ Category

Are Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Overrated?

July 20th, 2018 by Wilbanks Law Firm

How to tell if it’s worth it to get motorcycle accident attorneys on your side. If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident, should you get a motorcycle accident attorney? While some people know the call to the attorney is one of the first calls to make following an accident, others worry that hiring the specific […]

The First Three Steps to Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

April 24th, 2018 by Wilbanks Law Firm

Here is an explanation of what it takes to start a personal injury lawsuit. If you need to sue someone else who is responsible for your personal injuries, you may need to file a personal injury lawsuit. But what exactly does that involve? Hiring a personal injury attorney will answer all your questions. But before […]

It’s never too late to hire a brain injury lawyer. If you’ve been in an accident that resulted in a head injury, you may need to hire a brain injury lawyer to represent you and pursue your legal rights. But when do you need to speak with a brain injury attorney? The quick answer is […]

The Three Biggest Problems with Personal Injuries Attorneys

October 22nd, 2017 by Wilbanks Law Firm

Personal injuries attorneys often get a bad reputation, but here’s what’s really going on. Personal injuries attorneys face some unique challenges as legal professionals. Some of these difficulties give personal injury attorneys a bad reputation or even make it seem like the attorney is a bad person. Most of the time, this is not the […]

Can You Predict the Success of Personal Injury Cases?

May 7th, 2017 by Wilbanks Law Firm

Predicting the outcome of personal injury cases with any level of accuracy is very difficult. Many lawyers and their clients try to predict the success of personal injury cases, but it’s not easy. Even if it were easy, lawyers would be very hesitant to tell their clients what kind of success they can expect. This […]

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