Do I need a personal injury attorney?

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Do I need a personal injury attorney? The answer to this question is absolutely, unequivocally yes! Years ago, insurance companies used to handle claims very differently than they do now. A person’s insurance company has a contract with said person. A contract that basically says that the insurance company will defend and indemnify that person against all claims for negligence; even if they caused the wreck!

Whose side do you think that they are on? Who do you think they are looking out for? I can assure you that it is not you! Their only concern is to protect their insured. They are also in the business of saving money – if they can get out cheaply, they absolutely will. It’s their bread and butter, and is what they do best. So how can a person compete against an agency that is actively trying to denounce their claim?

You hire someone who can go toe-to-toe with these companies to be your champion. A really good personal injury lawyer that knows how to:

  • Handle all facets of the case
  • Deal with these corporate giants
  • Protect their client’s interests
  • Get you the compensation you deserve

There are many varieties of lawyer; traffic ticket, criminal, real estate, business, etc. And while some lawyers may dabble in multiple areas – it is vital that you go to someone who specializes in personal injury law. Additionally, you want a lawyer that will be there for you for small and large issues – someone that is going to answer when you call, respond to your texts or emails, and meet you whenever and wherever you need them to. You need a lawyer that will treat you with respect whether your claim is worth $3,000 or $3,000,000.

You may be asking yourself, “That sounds great, but how do I pay for all of this on top of my medical bills?” Short answer? You don’t have to! Most decent personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee. You don’t pay your lawyer out of your own pocket! The lawyer is paid a percentage of your recovery (typically around 33%). If there is no recovery, you don’t owe your lawyer any fees. You and your lawyer succeed or fail, together.

That’s why it’s so important to choose a lawyer that will be honest about the merits of your case, in order to avoid creating false hope.You also want a lawyer that will not sell you short, but knows the value of the case to you, and will give you sound advice about the merits of settling your claim vs filing your claim in Court and trying your case to a jury of your peers. Your lawyer should be looking out for you and giving you wise, sound advice so that you can make an informed decision about how you want your case handled.

Call 910-256-1233 for a free personal injury case consultation.

3 replies
  1. Derek Mcdoogle
    Derek Mcdoogle says:

    In your article, you stated that and while some lawyers may dabble in multiple areas – it is vital that you go to someone who specializes in personal injury law. My brother was involved in a rollover car accident last night on his road trip and suffered some bad injuries. Do most attorneys specialize in specific type of injuries?

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  2. Steve Daniel
    Steve Daniel says:

    Being a lawyer I came across many clients who are in dilemma at the beginning weather to contact a lawyer or not but at the end, they got really got amount as compensation for their loss. I would suggest everyone meet a lawyer at the earliest whenever you feel you need his advice, there is no harm in talking and taking their advice besides most of the lawyers provides free initial case evaluation.

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  3. Kourtney Jensen
    Kourtney Jensen says:

    I appreciate the tip you gave to find a lawyer who specializes in personal injury. I can see how it would be important to do so, so that you can ensure you’re going to be getting the best help possible, from someone that knows about those kind of cases. If I’m ever in an accident, I’ll be sure to find someone that has knowledge in cases like mine, so I can get reimbursed for any losses.

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