1. Will I have to pay to call your office or meet to discuss my case?
No. There is never any fee to contact our office or for an appointment to discuss your case.
2. When should I call your office?
You should call our office immediately to discuss your case. There is never a fee or any obligation on your part—it is a free consult. Our office regularly provides free consultations and free advice to people who have been injured or disabled prior to any representation.
3. How much is my case worth?
Each case is as unique as each person, and the “value” of a case depends on a variety of factors, including the area of law, extent of the injury, any loss of wages, emotional distress, and any benefits that need to be paid retroactively or currently. Thompson & Delay always ensures you recover the full amount of damages you are entitled to.
4. How do I pay my bills when pursuing a claim?
Thompson & Delay is experienced in investigating and obtaining other forms of compensation for injured and disabled individuals, including pension/disability payments, Social Security, and health benefits to assist you while your claim is ongoing.
5. The insurance company says I don’t need a lawyer. Should I still call you?
Absolutely. You should know that the insurance company has its own team of lawyers consulting with the adjuster for your case. Moreover, there is no cost to you to call our office for a free consultation to determine if you need an attorney.
6. How long do I have to file a claim?
Different areas of law have different time requirements, some as short as one year to file a claim. Contact us to make sure you file your claim before time runs out.
7. The insurance company wants me to see their doctor, or choose their doctor for treatment. What do I do?
Call our office for a free consultation. Most areas of law allow the injured or disabled person to choose their own treatment providers. If the insurance company wants their doctor to evaluate you, you need to contact us immediately so you know your rights. There is no charge to you.
8. The insurance company has offered me a settlement. How do I know if it’s fair?
The only way to determine if a settlement is fair is to consult with an attorney about your case. You can call our office and meet with us free of charge to discuss your case and your settlement offer.
9. Thompson and Delay had represented literally thousands of injured or disables persons since 1990; our practice is devoted to this. We are a small firm that offers personal service, and you will get to know both Dan and Paul and their staff. Your case will receive individual attention by experienced attorneys, not an unknown associate.