April 4, 2018
The days following an auto-accident can be very confusing. It’s hard to figure out which person represents whom regarding what form of coverage. There’s the other party’s insurance and your insurance to deal with, as well as your medical needs and the damage to your vehicle. It’s hard to figure out and easy to get lost in the shuffle. But at the end of it all, how do you know you’re getting a fair deal, especially when it comes to compensation for your pain and suffering? And you ask your self, should I hire an attorney?
No one ever wants to have to hire an attorney. Lawsuits can be scary and they sound expensive. On top of that, no one really wants to be the person suing someone else if they can avoid it. All that said, if you were in an accident and you were hurt, it usually takes the work of an experienced person injury attorney to work on your personal injury insurance claim to make sure you get all you deserve. At least initially, you’re not going to be suing anyone. A huge majority of the time, your claim will be worked out and you’ll reach a settlement long before anyone goes to court.
By hiring an attorney to guide you through the process and handle a lot of the paperwork, you can rest easy knowing someone else is handling the red tape so you don’t have to. Even simple claims often have small mountains of required processing. When you hire an attorney, they’ll handle most of it for you. On top of that, experienced attorneys know how to negotiate on your behalf. When it’s time to settle, you don’t have to face the insurance company alone if you’re hired a reliable attorney. Usually, in fact, your attorney will prepare all the necessary documents for the settlement and negotiate the total with the insurance company, all without anything for you to do except wait for a call with settlement information to you reject or accept. Once you’ve reached a settlement, your attorney will even make sure all of the care providers you saw during your injury treatment will be paid- you won’t have to worry about keeping track of them at all. The process can be long, hard, and complicated- by hiring an attorney you can trust with hundreds of insurance claims under their belt, you can rest easy knowing your claim is in very experienced hands. For most of us, the insurance process after an accident is something we only go through once or twice in our entire lives. If you can let someone who deals with it hundreds of times a year take care of it for you, why wouldn’t you?
The law firm of Daniel L. Jacobs is made up of experienced and dedicated lawyers who will always fight for you, help you through tough times following accidents, and make sure you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries. From fender benders that leave you sore for a few weeks to major collisions, we will always make sure your claim is handled efficiently, effectively, and thoroughly, so you get the compensation you deserve.
Attorney Jacobs believes that everyone deserves a lawyer and always strives to achieve the best available legal outcomes for his clients. Attorney Jacobs cannot make promises as to what legal outcome he will be able to achieve for his clients; however, Attorney Jacobs can promise you that the care and concern he will show for you and your legal needs will be second to none. If you sustained a personal injury, the law firm of Daniel L. Jacobs Jr. LLC and Attorney Jacobs are here to assist you.
If you have any questions about financial compensation for an injury sustained in an accident or during a medical procedure, schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys.
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