What will it cost to evaluate my case?
At Chaffin Luhana, there is no fee to evaluate your case.
If Chaffin Luhana accepts my case, how much will it cost me?
We work on a contingency fee basis in almost all of our cases with a few exceptions. Thus, in most instances, we only recover our fees and costs, if we’re able to recover for you.
How is your firm handling cases during COVID-19?
Nothing has changed. While we are not currently seeing clients in our offices, we are still operating at full capacity through our digital case platform.
Is there a time limit for me to file my lawsuit?
Yes, every state has what is called a statute of limitations. You have a certain limited amount of time to file your case and every state is different.
Should I wait to get medical treatment after my accident?
Absolutely not! You should seek immediate treatment and follow your doctor’s instructions.
Do you handle cases for clients in my state?
Yes, we do. We consider ourselves a national law firm that represents plaintiffs in mass tort, securities and whistleblower cases in federal and state courts across the country.
What is the difference between class action lawsuits and mass tort lawsuits?
Both a class action and a mass tort are different types of personal injury claims that involve large groups of plaintiffs who have similar claims against the same defendant.
What is a multidistrict litigation?
A multidistrict litigation (“MDL”) is a federal tool that allows cases filed around the country with similar claims against similar defendants to be transferred, consolidated and coordinated before one court and one judge for pretrial purposes.
What is a mass torts program?
A mass tort program (“MTP”) is a state tool that allows cases in certain states to be transferred, consolidated and coordinated before one judge for pretrial purposes in that particular state.
Why should I choose Chaffin Luhana to represent me in my potential case?
We pride ourselves in providing clients with high quality and experienced representation designed to achieve the clients’ specific goals and needs.
How do I find out if my injury is related to a drug or medical device I’m using?
When you suffer from an injury and don’t know what the cause is, the first thing you should do is speak with your doctor to see if it could be due to a drug you were taking, or product you were exposed to.
What do I do If I’m injured on the job?
If you’re injured on the job, first report it to your employer and then contact an attorney.
Why don’t you want a local attorney for mass tort cases?
Mass torts are a national matter and involve complex issues. A local attorney won’t be exposed to them.
At Chaffin Luhana, we are here when you need us most. Our firm prides itself on making sure our clients are our first priority, ensuring that we bring our experience and expertise as well as compassion and care to all we do.