Frequently Asked Questions

If you have been injured in an accident and are considering a claim against the person or organization responsible, it is probably a new experience for you. If you are like many of our clients, your main concern is recovering from your injuries, but medical bills and other expenses from your accident are beginning to pile up.

At the Becker Law Office, we work with clients like you who have been unjustly injured or lost a loved one in an accident someone else has caused. Our aim is to protect your rights to compensation for your losses, which usually comes from one or more insurance companies. We want you to obtain the money you need to recover from the harm done to you and move forward with your life.

Below are some frequently asked questions about how the Becker Law Office assists residents of . Each case is unique, so you may have additional questions. We’d be happy to help you further if you’ll contact us to set up a free initial consultation.


What can a personal injury lawyer do for me?

What types of claims does a personal injury firm like Becker Law Office handle?

Can I be sure Becker Law Office will take my case and pursue a claim for me?

What compensation can I expect from a personal injury lawsuit?

I’ve heard that personal injury lawyers just want to settle a claim and get it over with. How do I get my day in court?

Is there a statute of limitations on filing a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit?

How will I pay for legal services from the Becker Law Office?

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