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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will I be responsible for anything if we lose?If we are unsuccessful in prosecuting your case, you will not be responsible for any of the court costs or expenses incurred. You only become responsible for court costs and expenses if we recover money in the case.
How much will it cost to prosecute the case?Even though the expenses involved with a case can run anywhere from $20,000 to $175,000 and up, it costs you nothing, unless there is a recovery. Jensen & Associates will advance the expenses of the litigation and charge you nothing unless a settlement or judgment is collected.
How does Jensen & Associates get paid?Our legal fees come from a percentage of the total amount of benefits we recover from the defendant or their insurance company on your behalf.
What is a mediation?A mediation is a settlement conference which takes place prior to a case proceeding to trial. Each side appears with their lawyer and appears before a person known as a mediator. A mediator is often a retired judge or a lawyer practicing in the community. Both sides present their cases to the mediator. All information contained in the mediation conference is confidential and can not be used. If the parties are unable to settle the case during the mediation, then the case proceeds to trial.
How long will it take to resolve my case?The answer to this question can vary greatly depending on the complexity of the case. For instance, the typical defective drug liability case can take between 1 and 2 years from the date the complaint is filed to get resolved, but the average auto or trucking case or any other type of general negligence case, is typically resolved within 6 to 12 months.
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