The following frequently asked questions (FAQs) may further assist your understanding of what we do, our process, and how to get in touch with us.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why is an attorney necessary for Personal Injury Slip and Fall, Dog Bites, or Automobile Accident?
An attorney is necessary to solve your problem because of experience and deep knowledge of the laws to help you get you the compensation you deserve. Ron Nolan has over 35 years of experience in this field and handles over 100 cases.
If you have been injured and need immediate assistance from an attorney, call Attorney Ron Nolan at 661-964-0441 for a free consultation.
2. Can I file a claim if I don’t have health or life insurance?
Yes, you may still recover for medical and related bills for your injuries even if you don’t have insurance. An initial legal process must be performed to determine the merit of your injuries and the preliminary likely steps of your case – settle or go to court.
To determine whether you may have a claim, call Attorney Ron Nolan at 661-964-0441 for a free consultation.
3. How do I know if I have a case?
If you are injured, work or non-work related, and suffering from pain or ability to function, talking to an experienced and knowledgeable injury attorney to assess and determine whether you have a case is prudent.
Call Attorney Ron Nolan at 661-964-0441 for a free consultation.
4. What is the benefit of filing a valid case?
If it is determined that you have a valid injury case, the laws under Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injuries, or Social Security Disabilities, allow an injured person to recover financial compensation and noneconomic compensation for your pain and suffering. The compensation claims vary depending on the severity of injuries.
Call for a free consultation at Attorney Ron Nolan 661-964-0441.
5. How does your office work?
Follow our 5-step process as follows:
Free Consultation – Initial discussion to determine severity and type of case
Discuss the case in detail – After we are selected to represent you
Collect key facts and documents to support the case
Work with clients to develop a plan
Guide you through the entire litigation process – from the accident, medical treatment, corresponding with insurance and medical companies, to litigating with the other attorneys.