When you are injured due to an accident or incident that you didn’t cause, it can be stressful trying to get to your medical appointments and recover while watching various bills arrive in your mailbox. If you are missing work due to your injury, it only adds to the anxiety. Clients working with us at MacCloskey, Kesler & Associates often want to know, at some point in their case, when will the process be completed and compensation distributed?

We understand what it feels like to be in the middle of a lawsuit and trying to recover from an injury. When we work with our clients, we do our best to expedite the process as much as possible while not compromising the potential positive outcome of their case. However, we want our clients to realize that we are never afraid to go to court on their behalf when negotiations fail, or when the result from arbitration is simply not good enough.

Your case timeline can vary based on a number of potential hold-ups and outcomes. For example, if your case goes to a courtroom, the trial can extend the process. This means you will have to wait longer to hear the decision about your case, and it can be appealed later, further extended the timeline. However, going to court is well worth it in many cases, and can mean a better outcome.

The timeline of your case can also vary based on the complexities of the situation. Were there multiple people involved? Is the insurance company responding quickly? Are your medical bills ongoing or is your health situation resolved? Any of these complicating factors can make your case go longer, or shorter, than you may expect.

No matter how long your case takes, you can be confident that the team at MacCloskey, Kesler & Associates are working tirelessly on your behalf. We communicate with our clients every step of the way, and we are readily available when you have a question, concern, or just need some reassurance. Waiting is difficult, and we are here for you during it.

Ready to work with a firm that has the experience and expertise your case needs? Call our team today to get started.