If you have suffered a serious personal injury, you are likely experiencing a significant amount of pain. Although your work and even personal life may be affected, you no doubt hope all aspects of your life return to normal as soon as possible. It’s no wonder that one of the most common questions personal injury law firms get asked is, “How long will my personal injury lawsuit take?”
Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this question. “[How long the case takes] really depends on the facts of the case,” said Personal Injury Attorney Jesse Tanksley of the Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Midwest Personal Injury Firm in Joplin, Missouri.
Tanksley said your personal injury case should not be resolved if you do not have a good diagnosis or are still unsure of future medical care that will be needed. For example, if you have suffered a back injury and resolve your case quickly, future medical care years down the road, such as a back surgery, will not be covered.
We Can Help With Your Joplin Personal Injury Claim
Realistically, a personal injury case can be complicated and prolonged due to the necessary treatment, so if you have suffered a personal injury, we encourage you to contact the Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Joplin team as soon as possible for a free consultation. There are absolutely no fees until a settlement or verdict is reached!
Our Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Midwest Personal Injury Firm attorneys have more than 50 years of trial and litigation experience, practicing specifically in the areas of auto accident law, personal injury, trucking accidents and workers’ compensation. We’ve collected millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients.
Request a free consultation with our team of Joplin personal injury attorneys or contact us directly at (877) 768-2400. We look forward to speaking with you!
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Our law firm was founded in 1999 by attorney Scott Mann. With more than 50 combined years of trial and litigation experience, we are one of the Midwest’s most qualified firms practicing exclusively in personal injury, including car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation.