Actually, it does depend on the facts of your case. If you have, for example, a case where there’s no question as to liability, that the other party is definitely at fault, that makes it much easier. If your injuries are not that serious, your treatment won’t last for very long. It will be, for relatively minor injuries your case is more likely to last for three or four months before it’s resolved. However, if your case is more complicated, one example would be that if there’s no clear liability or at least the other side is arguing that there isn’t, or if your injuries are very serious that treatment will go on for a long period of time you may need surgeries, or if you may not recover for years from the injuries, you would want to make sure that it is known what exactly your treatment is going to be, how you’re injured long term, whether this would be a lifetime injury. In that situation, the case could go on for six months to 18 months to maybe even years. You would definitely want to have an attorney if your case is that complicated.