Dealing with a car insurance company on your own can be a frustrating, confusing and difficult task. Here are some of the reasons hiring a personal injury lawyer may be in your best interest:
- First of all, there is no risk. The initial consultation is free, and there is no obligation on your part to hire us or work with us after your case review.
- Secondly, the settlement and verdict amounts for claimants who work with attorneys are statistically much higher, so much so that the results more than compensate for the amount the clients lose in paying for the attorneys’ services.
- Insurance companies investigate car accident claims to find plausible ways to deny them. An attorney will conduct his/her own investigation to defend your case.
- Often, the insurance company will quickly try and settle a claim for less than it is worth. An experienced attorney can discern between a lowball offer and a fair settlement.
- If you decide to reject the insurance company’s offer and pursue the full compensation you are entitled to, I will negotiate a higher amount or fight for you in court, if necessary.
- The insurance company may even deny your claim outright. As your lawyer, my office can hold the insurance company to their legal responsibility to pay on a legitimate claim.
- Working through an attorney allows you to recover monetary damages if your injuries were caused by a negligent or careless driver. This may include compensation for medical bills, lost wages, funeral costs and other economic losses. In addition, we also may be able to recover for pain and suffering caused by those injuries and relevant treatment. While financial compensation cannot erase a diagnosis or bring a loved one back from a fatal car collision, it can ease the financial burden associated with car accidents. If you or a loved one has been injured in an Atlanta car accident, contact my office today. We will evaluate your case and determine the strength of your claim. Your initial consultation is free of charge or obligation, and we invite your questions.