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Accident Attorneys

Most people don’t get the consequences of a car accident. And by accident, I don’t mean only a road accident. It could be anything counting from car crash, work-related accident, product liability and many more.

The first and primary thing to do is to call 911. Then get proper medical care if you are injured. Everyone knows the taking care part, but what we habitually forget is to call an injury attorney the second we get time to. But why would you need an attorney?

Before you reach to any idea, let’s see the initial things that comes right after an accident: Medical Charges! Yes, that one is way above the roofs for any regular people. If you are fortunate and just got a few bruises and cuts, then you can end up giving a couple of hundred dollar bills. But if you are seriously injured and need a few days in hospital, than your costs go a way higher. And if by bad luck, it’s fatal and too serious, than you can end up giving $100,000+ for only the first year and more in the upcoming ones.

Why an Attorney?

Most people thinks employing a lawyer is an un-necessary expenditure, but end up with serious burdens afterwards. Let’s see why you ought to get a lawyer and what they can do:

  1. Your lawyer will make your position stronger, finding the best laws that can protect you even if you get charged with something.
  2. You can retrieve your rights over a lawyer like demanding insurance, or persuade the prosecution about whether you are guilty or not.
  3. Even if you are not preparing to sue anyone because of getting afraid about ending up in the court of law, you must still get a lawyer.
  4. If you are nervous about the fee, then you should know that there are lots of law firms throughout the country who won’t charge you except if you win. Even if you succeed in your lawsuit you may have to pay a small amount if you select your lawyer properly after comparing the fees and the risks.

Accident Attorneys

Here is a list of things an attorney can do for you:

  1. He will note the details of your condition to the authorities.
  2. Reach out your insurance provider for a structured settlement.
  3. Sue the defendants in case they reject the payment. And,
  4. Arrange a mortgage for you expenditures.

 

And lastly, “Say no to negligence”. That is the best thing to do that will protect you from all the distress that you might one day place yourself through.

 

Author: Quinn Sullivan (Accident Attorneys Authority)

 

15 Comments
  1. Claudia

    June 28, 2015 at 10:40 am

    Since you are trying to get the job as a District Attorney, if there are judegs who are aware of your strong performance, give them a call and ask if you could use him or her as a reference. Another option would be to try to schedule a 15 minute coffee break with a judge, have a brief conversation about career plans, and then ask if you can use that person as a reference.

  2. JC

    July 6, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    Keep up the amazing work!

  3. Selena

    July 9, 2015 at 11:34 am

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    July 14, 2015 at 2:07 pm

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  6. DelbertDKuarez

    July 16, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    This is a good tip. Brief but very precise information… Thank you for sharing this one.
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  7. Charlie

    August 12, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    If you’re considering filing a personal injury lawsuit over a car accident, slip and fall, or any other kind of injury, you may be wondering “What is my case really worth?” The answer comes down to “damages” — figuring out what your injuries have cost you monetarily, physically, and mentally (and, in some cases, whether the defendant’s conduct should be punished). You know better than anyone else — insurance adjuster or attorney — how your accident happened. You were there; they weren’t. And you know best what injuries you suffered and what your physical condition and other circumstances have been since. Usually, these are the most important things to understand when settling an injury claim.

    • STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS

      August 25, 2015 at 5:23 pm

      Yes Charlie, you are right on point. And theses services are free in many firm luckily.

  8. Gregg

    August 12, 2015 at 11:52 pm

    Another concern might be that lawsuit funding might encourage plaintiffs to file frivolous lawsuits. This, however, does not consider the fact that lawsuit funding companies want to be repaid, and thus aren’t likely to offer funds to plaintiffs who don’t have strong cases justifying substantial awards. Similarly, it will often be in the strongest cases that a plaintiff is most in need of money before the conclusion of a lawsuit, and the absence of sources of funding can force premature and inadequate settlements.

  9. Joe Martini

    August 13, 2015 at 1:24 pm

    Most personal injury damages are classified as “compensatory,” meaning that they are intended to compensate the injured plaintiff for what was lost due to the accident or injury. A compensatory damages award is meant to make the injured plaintiff “whole” again from a monetary standpoint (to the extent that’s possible). This means trying to put a dollar figure on all the consequences of an accident. Some compensatory damages are relatively easy to quantify — like reimbursement for property damage and medical bills. But it’s harder to place a monetary value on pain and suffering or the inability to enjoy hobbies because of physical limitations caused by lingering accident-related injuries.

  10. lloyd

    August 13, 2015 at 4:25 pm

    If you are injured in the accident and sue the other driver, you may similarly find that the other driver argues that your injuries were not related to the accident.

  11. David Miller

    August 14, 2015 at 8:10 am

    The amount of fair compensation in any given case does not come out of a crystal ball that only lawyers and insurance companies know how to read. Rather, a number of simple factors — type of accident, injuries, and medical costs — go into figuring how much any claim is worth. The amount an insurance company will be willing to pay usually falls into a fairly narrow range, whether or not a lawyer handles your claim for you. In some instances, regardless of the nature of your injury or the amount of your medical bills and lost income, you will want to hire a lawyer because an insurance company or government agency simply refuses to make any fair settlement offer at all. In these cases, something — what the lawyer can get minus the fee charged to get it — is better than nothing.

    • Stephanie

      August 14, 2015 at 12:45 pm

      In a personal injury case, money damages are paid to an injured person (the plaintiff) by the person or company who is found to be legally responsible for the accident (the defendant or their insurer). A damage award can be agreed upon after a negotiated settlement — among the parties, their insurance companies, and their attorneys, for example — or may be ordered by a judge or jury following a court trial :) :)

      • STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS

        November 21, 2015 at 5:20 pm

        And if your opposition disagrees to pay you, you know you can legally sue them, thats the best part.

  12. Danny Sw

    August 15, 2015 at 7:14 pm

    Despite significant safety improvements in automobile and in the design of roads, car accidents remain quite common. It is likely that any given person will be involved in at least one serious automobile accident during his or her lifetime. This article explores when a car accident may result in litigation.

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