The Brock Law Difference

Working with Brock Law differs greatly from the many other attorneys and law firms you may have seen on television. We focus on each client we serve, one case at a time. We treat every client individually, providing the highest degrees of care, quality and respect. We never forget how difficult a lawsuit can be for you and your family, and we fight to protect your rights every step of the way.

Choosing the Right Personal Injury Attorney is the Most Important Decision

Brock Law leverages its considerable experience and expertise in personal injury law to vigorously represent people who have suffered serious injuries, or who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of others. Hutch Brock meets personally with each client, getting to know them and understanding their case and injuries. While each case is different, a common thread in all is the thorough preparation of each case. Each claim is evaluated and handled as though it will go to trial. While admittedly it is rare for cases to proceed to a jury trial, it is our experience that handling your case in this manner results in the best outcome for the clients. When you hire Hutch Brock's firm we are ready to see your case through to the end.

Common Personal Injury Questions

What is personal injury?

When it comes to tort claims, liability and damages are two sides of the same coin. Liability can be an intentional act, negligence, or strict liability. Damages refers to the resulting physical, emotional, or financial loss suffered as a result of the liability. These principles form the foundation for all personal injury lawsuits.

What is a personal injury attorney?

A personal injury attorney is a licensed attorney who is trained to provide legal representation to clients who claim to have been injured, either physically or psychologically, as the result of negligence or wrongdoing of another person, organization, or entity.

What are “damages” and how are they calculated?

Damages refers to the sum of money awarded to the plaintiff as a result of a personal injury lawsuit. It is a remedy in tort law offered to the harmed party. The law allows for “fair and just compensation” for the harmed party in the form of economic, noneconomic, and in some cases punitive damages. Damages for personal injuries are assessed by taking into account medical expenses, disfigurement, disability, loss of normal life, likelihood of future harm, and more.

Do I need a lawyer?

Yes. Having an experienced attorney working on your case from the beginning can greatly improve your chance of securing a favorable outcome. We use our professional skill to handle all the challenging aspects of your case, such as negotiations with the insurance company, research of the laws that pertain to your legal matter, the collection of evidence, and the various steps of litigation.

Will my case go to trial?

98% of personal injury cases are settled rather than going to trial. Statistically, the odds favor a settlement over going to trial, but we always prepare your personal injury case as if it is going to trial.

How long will it take to resolve my personal injury case?

It is impossible in the early stages of a personal injury claim to predict when that particular claim will resolve. Some cases settle in a matter of months after the injury while others can take years to get to settlement or trial.

How much is my case worth?

This question is one of the most frequently asked questions and is also very difficult to answer in the early stages. It is virtually impossible to predict the value of a case until all of the information has been collected and you have recovered or almost recovered from your injury. There are many factors that determine the value of a case and reasons for settling. Some include:

  • The actual amount of all of your medical bills.
  • How much income and other employment benefits were lost as a result of your injury.
  • Whether or not any aspect of your injuries are permanent. This would also include permanent disfigurement such as scars, blemishes and other disfigurement characteristics.

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