FAQ’s

Heidari Law Group

F.A.Q.

We have put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that our attorneys at Heidari Law Group have come across with clients. These FAQs may not specifically relate to your case, however we encourage you to contact our offices for our attorneys to review your case. It is important that you get the best legal representation, which is why our highly experienced legal team is ready to fight for you.

What is the value of my case?

The value of each case can be different due to many factors that will impact the overall value. A well-experienced attorney needs to review your case and analyze the amount in damages you could be entitled to and what type of compensation you might be able to receive. Once our attorneys review your case, you will have a better idea of how much your case might be worth.

What types of cases do you handle at your law firm?

At Heidari Law Group, we work with a variety of claims that go all the way to litigation and trial. Our main areas of practice we have experience with cover personal injury, slip and fall, wrongful death, auto accidents, medical malpractice, employment law, civil rights, HIPAA violations, insurance bad faith, negligent security, data privacy breach, and several other areas we have legal experience.

Do you charge for legal consultations?

We offer a free consultation for our potential clients so they are familiarized with their legal rights and their case.

Should I have an attorney represent me?

Absolutely! It is critical that you have an experienced attorney represent you and your case. Laws and statute of limitations covering personal injury and other areas are very difficult to understand and you wouldn’t want to be at a disadvantage legally. There can be some serious charges that you would want a professional legal team to take care of your case.

Do I have to go to court?

It is possible that you might have to go to court if the case does not settle. Our team at Heidari Law Group with try to negotiate first for a settlement before considering litigation and going to court. Most cases will settle before going to court, however, our team is ready to litigate with our highly experienced trial lawyers.