Why should you hire a personal injury lawyer if you were in a car accident? Here are three good reasons:
You Will Receive More Money
Whether your case settles or ends up in court, you will most likely receive more money by using an attorney. A study by the Insurance Research Council found that insurance companies pay higher settlement to injured people who use an attorney than those who do not. Attorneys are used to dealing with insurance companies—they know their tactics and how to best negotiate with them to get you the best settlement. Insurance companies are far more likely to settle if an attorney is involved. If your attorney believes the settlement is not fair, they will fight until they get you the maximum you deserve.
You Can Be Confident that Everything Is Being Done to Move Your Case Forward
Attorneys will work with the insurance companies—making sure all the necessary paperwork is done. They will also work with you to ensure your medical treatment is properly documented. In addition they will investigate the accident to collect all the necessary evidence to get you the best settlement or verdict possible. After your case settles, the lawyer will resolve all aspects of your claim, such as lien reimbursement and governmental payer issues that if left unresolved could end up costing you a fortune.
You Can Spend More Time Healing, Less Time Worrying
Retaining a law firm to handle your auto claim means that you can focus on healing from your injuries while your attorney handles all the details of your case. That means more time for you to heal, relax, spend time with your family and go about your day-to-day activities knowing that your case is in the best hands possible to get you the best outcome possible.
Were You or Someone in Your Family Involved in a Car Accident?
If so, we are here to answer any questions or concerns you have. Contact us today so we can meet with you for a free consultation to discuss your case. We will answer all your questions, let you know your options and explore your best course of action. There is no charge or obligation. We never get a fee until you get a settlement or verdict.