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Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii we try to assist as much
as we can. This includes making efforts to try to
help you get your life back on track again after a serious personal injury or
a wrongful death.
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at Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii we provide free initial consultations
to evaluate critical injury and wrongful death cases. Most
cases are handled by Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii on a contingency fee.
This means that there are no attorney's fees charged unless we win.
If you are unfamiliar with personal injury claims, you may wish
to review our page:
What is a personal injury claim?
After an accident it is usually very important
(from the point of view of making a claim) to preserve
whatever evidence is available regarding the accident. This
usually involves keeping/saving/storing/preserving whatever evidence
it is possible to keep/save/store/preserve and photographing/videotaping
all evidence that may for some reason be perishable or subject to
change. It also involves locating and interviewing witnesses to the
accident and others who may be familiar with the conditions which
gave rise to the accident before memories fade or other reasons
intervene to prevent the collection of this information.
To examine these issues more closely, please visit the following page:
Inital Steps in Making Your Claim
type of claim has a deadline for filing the claim in court.
These differ from state to state- the deadlines given on
this website are those applicable in the state of Hawaii-
since Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii is located in Hawaii.
This type of deadline is known as the Statute of Limitations.
After the expiration of this time period, the claim usually
will be lost- regardless of its merits. There are various
exceptions to the deadlines (minority, incompetency, etc.),
so it may still be worth evaluating a claim even after the
deadline has expired. Please note that because of
these deadlines, you must act promptly to contact
Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii
on any claims
which you may wish to pursue.
Contact Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii now
for a free evaluation of your case.