This question often comes up when it seems like everything is moving at a snail’s pace and the medical bills are piling up.
Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer because there are a number of factors that can affect the length of litigation. But we’ve done our best to provide you with a brief overview of litigation, including the average time each step takes and the factors that might speed up or slow down the process.
Every personal injury case is different. As a result, it’s impossible to accurately predict how long your personal injury case will take to be resolved.
That said, research studies conducted by the National Center for State Courts and the United States Department of Justice tell us that most personal injury cases are resolved within 1-3 years.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the findings:
Here are some of the many factors that might impact the length of litigation:
The personal injury process can be complex. Therefore, it’s strongly recommended that anyone determining whether or not to file a claim in Texas contact a skilled and experienced personal injury attorney. At The Furey Law Firm we can help individuals understand their options. Contact us today for a free consultation with our law firm.