The Law Offices of Robert Marx - Your Personal Injury Attorney

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Do You Have Questions About Personal Injury Lawsuits in Hawaii? Ask the Expert.

Personal injury accidents bring up a lot of questions. Lawsuits in the ever-changing legal landscape of Hawaii are, after all, complicated matters. Depending on your situation, you might wonder: How can I get my car fixed? Who will pay my medical expenses? Who will pay my lost wages? Am I entitled to anything for my pain and suffering? Fortunately, getting answers to these questions about personal injury lawsuits is as easy as calling the Hawaii firm headed by veteran attorney Robert Marx.

Call us today to reap the benefits of our experience and know-how – to get educated answers to the questions that inevitably arise when personal injury lawsuits are involved. Or, contact the Hawaii offices of our personal injury attorney on the Big Island by completing an online intake form.

In the meantime, here are some brief answers to a few frequently asked questions.

Do I need a personal injury lawyer?

If you've been seriously injured as a result of someone else's negligence, you will likely need a personal injury attorney to help you file a lawsuit and make a satisfactory recovery of losses.

When should I hire a lawyer?

Right away. Victims of personal injury accidents find that any delay in reacting only results in greater difficulty in getting the results they want from their personal injury lawsuits. Additionally, the state of Hawaii sets deadlines by which recovery action must be taken.

How much will an attorney cost?

Our firm accepts clients on a contingency basis. There is no fee until we are successful in recovering money for you. If we don't recover anything, you don't pay us anything.

How much money should I settle my personal injury lawsuit for?

You are entitled to recover all damages caused by the negligence of the liable (at-fault) party, including all medical expenses, lost wages, lost business profits, lost work capacity, harm from prolonged inactivity, loss of sleep, loss of enjoyment of life, psychological distress, loss of consortium, pain and suffering from physical injures, and all other provable damages related to the personal injury, both past and future.

What if I'm just not the suing type?

The truth is, virtually no one is. But if you are seriously hurt because of someone else's carelessness, a personal injury lawsuit may be necessary to get fair compensation.

If you would like for us to personally answer your questions and address your concerns, click here to contact our personal injury lawsuits attorney in Hawaii.

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