In Trouble? Get an Accident Attorney

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Accident Attorney

After an accident, get an accident attorney ASAP. You know the saying: “Misfortune never arises alone”. So let’s have a look into whatever’s in the future of you, so that you can choose to call an attorney or not.


After a crash, the first on the list of all the economic losses is the damage to your car. If you are fortunate, it may be up for a restoration. Or else, you drop it either to a destruction company or a sale.

Nevertheless, you have two choices here:

  1. If you are guilty, you can request your insurance agent for a settlement
  2. If you are not, the insurance agency of the guilty party will pay for you damages.

So go for an expert lawyer, who will fight for your privileges when you are neither in shape, nor in a condition of doing it alone. And that is only when you are a lawyer yourself. If you are not, you will need one who will guide you through your case.


Generally, car insurance companies offer injury liability to you. But in case they don’t, your attorney will file a claim against the people at fault. He will prove that you are eligible for it legally, because of:

  1. Costly medical fees.
  2. Permanent injuries to your body (if any).
  3. The misery and sufferings that you went through.

Time Limits

Though you should call your attorney right away, it’s essential to know that every state has its own regulations, so the time limitations for filing a claim varies. Moreover, there are laws that also defend the insurance companies in some cases against your lawsuit. So, the faster you call your attorney, the better the possibility of success you have.

And when you do, he will start gathering all the required details counting:

  1. evidences and reports,
  2. medical receipts,
  3. expert opinions.

And when he’s ready he will prosecute the insurance companies. Eventually, he will win the case for you.

In my lawsuit, calling an attorney helped me out a lot. Furthermore, he got me a good settlement plan to get me going with my lifecycle. So all I want to say at the end is that, “Turn your injuries into knowledge.”- Just like Oprah W. said.


Author: Jack Ryan (been there done that)



  1. Sanford

    July 5, 2015 at 1:45 am

    Even when the advertisements are paid for by a law firm, often many of the cases are referred out to other firms who share the enormous cost of advertising. Most of the time, the attorney with the big advertising campaign will not have an office near you. Unless your case is worth a lot of money, you may well find that you are quickly referred to a different firm or that you can’t get much attention for your case.

  2. Zudy

    July 7, 2015 at 3:20 pm

    There are also a large number of websites on the Internet which look informational, but in fact are owned by law firms. Be wary of any “injury information” site that lists law firms or offers lawyer referrals, particularly if it does not make obvious the identity of its sponsor.


      July 25, 2015 at 3:26 pm

      But beware, some sites may not be authoritative.

  3. Miless

    July 8, 2015 at 7:44 pm

    A number of commercial on-line directories claim to screen their attorneys, or claim to list only highly qualified attorneys. Most are not being completely honest. Regardless of their promises, most on-line directories will list any personal injury lawyer who pays the required fee, and there is absolutely no guarantee that the listed attorneys are qualified to handle your case.

    • Ty TOry

      July 6, 2015 at 12:52 pm

      Generally speaking, television and radio advertisements are a bad way to find an attorney. Many advertisements are paid for by referral agencies, which collect large numbers of calls and then divide them up between member attorneys.

  4. Derek

    July 9, 2015 at 5:33 pm

    There are also a number of specialty organizations, such as the American Association For Justice , which offer online directories of their membership. Most lawyers with significant personal injury practices are members of the AAJ. However, most legal organizations are open to all attorneys, and membership means only that the attorney has paid the membership fee.

  5. DamianPMagano

    July 16, 2015 at 3:21 pm

    I love reading your blog. Keep up the superb work!

  6. TraceyTBatalla

    July 19, 2015 at 3:41 pm

    Please let me know if you have more news on Injury Lawyers.
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