Bone Injury Frequently Asked Questions

What does a bone injury case look like?

The information that each party evaluates will generally look the same: medical reports, police reports and any other information about the incident that caused the injury.

The differences will be in the details. Alam Law Office will focus on the seriousness and permanency of your injuries. For example, when our valuation experts report there is a loss of future income earning power due to injuries, there's generally more pressure for an insurance company to provide compensation.

What can you expect from us?

You can expect transparent communication from Alam Law Office. Building your claim is a highly collaborate process, and we understand that staying informed is a two-way street.

We are always available to answer your questions, provide you with file updates and to address your concerns about your claim. But we also need you to tell us important details as well.

Our office will contact you regularly to see if you have visited any new doctors or if you have begun taking medications as it's important for us to present your current medical condition. The insurance company will also be building their case, so we need to know every detail so there are no surprises later on.

How long does it take to process a legal claim?

The timeline for a claim varies per client. Generally speaking, a claim can be open for between 2-3 years. The typical life of a claim consists of:

  • Sending an initial notice letter
  • Filing a statement of claim
  • Waiting for the other party to respond to your claim
  • Scheduling discovery (a chance for each side to review each other's evidence)
  • Gathering records and other information requested by the other party
  • Participating in a Mediation
  • A Pre-Trial and Trial, if necessary

We will explain what delays you may expect over the course of your claim so that you will always be informed and confident that the appropriate action is being taken to move your claim forward.

Contact Us Today

Call our Mississauga, Ontario, office today at 877-345-0541 to schedule a consultation with our lawyers, or send us an email to arrange a meeting.