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Personal Injury Questions Answered

How much does it cost to hire a lawyer?

Hiring an attorney at is 100% free unless you win, and it costs nothing upfront.

Should I talk to a lawyer if I’ve been injured?

Yes. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you evaluate the strength of your case and improve your bargaining position.

Does hiring a lawyer increase my settlement?

A good attorney can often negotiate a larger settlement and/or convince your medical providers to reduce their bills. What is ultimately important is not the total amount of your settlement, but how much of it ends up in your pocket.

What does a Personal Injury Lawyer do for me?

Personal injury attorneys investigate the claim and help determine negligence. If there is a responsible party, the attorney’s job is to use the tools of the law to get an injured person the maximum compensation they can get.

Can’t I file a lawsuit myself?

If you have suffered serious bodily injuries it is important to consult with a personal injury attorney. Because filing a personal injury lawsuit requires specialized skill and training, as well as, a complete knowledge of the legal system, you should never file a personal injury lawsuit without a lawyer.

Should I sign the medical release form for the insurance company to get my medical records?

No. By signing a medical authorization form, you are giving the insurance company full access to your medical history, including unrelated issues.

Should I give a statement to the other driver’s insurance company?

Yes, but never agree to a recorded statement. It is your right to not make a recorded statement if you are not comfortable. Its always best to have a legal representative on the phone with you during a statement.

What should I say to the police?

Tell the police the truth. Make sure you understand the questions before giving an answer and always tell them about any injuries you are feeling at the time.

When should I seek medical attention?

If you are in pain, you should see a doctor right away. The longer you delay medical treatment the easier it is for the insurance company to make you a low ball offer.

Its been a while and I haven’t seen a doctor, what do I do now?

If you have not sought medical treatment, you should talk to a lawyer.



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