Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury

Personal injuries are unexpected and can create unexpected costly fees. Our experienced attorneys will work diligently to uncover every relevant fact in your case to use during trial. We strongly believe that injured victims deserve to be compensated for their losses. Our goal is to help you move forward with your life following your injury. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about personal injury.

Personal injury is any physical, mental or emotional injury to a person due to someone’s negligence or harmful act. If you can prove liability and damages, you will be awarded compensation for your loss.

It may be hard to tell if you have a personal injury case, but protect yourself and get a professional opinion. Call a lawyer - we do not charge for an initial consultation of a personal injury case.

The timeframe that you have to file a lawsuit is known as the statute of limitations. You must file a lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires, in Massachusetts you have three years to file a personal injury lawsuit.

At Facchini & Facchini, no case is too small or large for us to handle. Our experienced attorneys are equipped to handle all personal injury cases resulting from negligence. We are happy to provide a free consultation to you or your family.

We are located in Springfield, MA and serve clients throughout the Western, MA area.

Auto accidents are one of the most common types of personal injury cases. There are also boat accidents, airplane accidents, malpractice and many others.

Damages are any losses or expenses that you have incurred as a result of the accident.

This varies depending on the case and the damages sustained. Damages you may be entitled to include past and future medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability, emotional trauma and more.

You should bring anything in your possession that is related to your injury, so we can make photocopies. This may include a copy of medical records, a police or incident report, photographs of your injuries, photographs of your automobile, correspondence from the insurance companies or any documents you may have.

Our attorneys have extensive experience handling cases including car accidents, distracted driving, dog bite injuries, medical negligence, DUI, workplace injuries and more.

Most of our clients want to avoid going to court if possible, so we try our best to come to a settlement before filing a lawsuit.