If you suffered injuries a motor vehicle accident, a car accident lawyer could help you to understand your rights and handle filing a claim against the responsible parties on your behalf. While you are allowed handle your case on your own, the attorneys at Anidjar & Levine are ready to deal with the negligent person’s insurance company so you can heal and get back to living your life.
Call us today at 800-747-3733 for a free case evaluation and consultation.
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Do Accident Victims Always Need to Hire an Attorney?
Attorneys are most beneficial to accident victims with severe injuries and expensive medical bills. However, even crash victims with mild injuries may not have the time necessary to file an insurance claim. An attorney can alleviate this burden and do all the work for you, allowing you to focus on recovering from your accident.
What Are the Benefits to Hiring an Attorney?
An Attorney Handles Your Claim Paperwork for You
Whether you are filing an insurance claim or preparing to sue in civil court, you will have to deal with a lot of paperwork and documentation. This paperwork may include correspondence with the insurance adjuster, submitting medical records for review, and filing motions during court proceedings. If you fail to provide all appropriate documentation in time, insurers may deny your claim or the court may dismiss your case.
Personal injury attorneys know about deadlines and are aware of what documentation you need to file your claim. With our attorneys on your case, rest assured that we will file the appropriate paperwork and meet every time limit.
An Attorney Represents Your Interests With the Insurance Company and in Court
Insurance adjusters take advantage of injured car accident victims who are desperate to recover damages as quickly as possible. Their goal is to pay out as little as possible, so they will use tricks to get you to admit liability or downplay your injuries.
If your case goes to court, the defense attorneys representing the negligent driver in your accident will protect their client and make you look undeserving of damages. They may doubt your injuries and the necessity of your treatment or blame you for the accident. Their goal is to make sure that their client has to pay you as little as possible.
If you want to recover the damages and benefits you deserve, work with a lawyer throughout the process to identify all your damages and pursue fair compensation. Our attorneys will be your voice when it comes to dealing with insurance companies and will make sure you do not inadvertently admit liability. If you file a lawsuit, we will present your case and counter the defense’s arguments.
An Attorney Understands Accident-Related Laws and Topics
Car accident cases seem straightforward, but the truth is, many factors go into whether you will recover damages. For example, to recover PIP benefits from your insurer, you have to show that you suffered injuries and that the accident caused your injuries. If your injuries are severe, you may file a lawsuit against the other driver and prove that their negligence caused your injuries.
To give yourself the best chance of winning your case, you need to know Florida driving laws, medical conditions commonly related to car accidents, damages awarded in cases similar to yours, and accident and vehicle mechanics. Personal injury attorneys who work on cases like yours every day know most or all these areas. If an attorney has questions about something relevant to your case, they have a team of experts to assist them.
Will Working With a Personal Injury Lawyer Be Expensive?
The main concern accident victims have about hiring an attorney is the cost. At Anidjar & Levine, we do not charge you anything unless we win.
Although you are allowed to handle your legal claim, you do not have to. A personal injury attorney can relieve your stress by helping you file insurance claims, file personal injury lawsuits, and negotiate settlement offers after an accident. For assistance, call Anidjar & Levine at 800-747-3733.