Why Should I Hire a Personal Injury Attorney for My Car Accident Case?
Each year thousands of people are involved in car accidents throughout the state of California. While some of these are minor, many are serious accidents that result in personal injury and severe monetary loss from medical bills, lost income, and other damages. While anyone has the right to file a personal injury claim on their own, it is advisable for people to work with an experienced personal injury attorney who specializes in car accidents.
A seasoned attorney understands all the procedural rules, laws, and other nuances that surround a car accident case, and has experience going up against big auto insurance companies. By working with a qualified attorney, you can rest assured knowing you have a partner to go to bat for you in court who has your best interests in mind. There are several reasons to work with a personal injury attorney in your car accident case including:
- Severe Injuries: When a car accident results in severe injuries that require extensive time to recover and costly medical bills, it is best to hire an attorney.
- Permanently Disabling Injuries: When the car accident injuries are permanently disabling, and will affect your quality of life for years to come, an attorney can work to get you compensation.
- Disputed Liability: In some cases, an insurance company may claim the policyholder (the person who caused the accident) was not at fault, and therefore, are not responsible to pay your damages. When disputed liability is a factor, it is crucial to partner with an attorney who can advocate on your behalf.
- Refusal to Pay: Refusal to pay can stem from a disputed liability case, or it can occur when an insurance company refuses to pay any damages, or refuses to make a fair settlement offer.
Have you recently been injured in a car accident that was no fault of your own? We are here to get you compensation for your injuries and emotional suffering! Contact us at the law offices of Brian Brandt to schedule your free consultation.