Why You Should Call an Injury Lawyer Right After 911

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Accident is a common misfortune people face globally. Many people at first are puzzled at the scene. The one thing they recall at this moment is to dial 911.  Excluding for that, they don’t have the least idea of requiring an injury lawyer, especially if it’s the first time they bang their car in a crash.

My recommendation, don’t wait for it and do the second move: call your attorney when you are treated out of the hospital and okay to go.

Guidelines of the Road

Like I said, very few understand the consequence of such events. They don’t just hit you money-wise but also harm you in terms of healthiness. And you might be in the standards of the fortunate 70% that are not injured by it. But it’s risky to bet when it comes to your health. Because most of the hard crash victims suffer from permanent health disorders. So don’t be a wild fool who likes risk while betting on his life.

It’s a good choice to insure yourself earlier you hit the road. It certainly is a good news for you if you already did, and in time it will payout (although we all hope will never happen). But if you are accusing yourself now for not doing it, don’t fear! Lawyers fight numerous of such cases and they win 70% of it. So stay calm! And call an attorney.

The Battle of Law

Now you may wonder how a lawyer will win your case, specifically when you feel the one responsible. Well, think through for a second what you by now lost:

  1. Cash on health expenses
  2. Repair bills
  3. Working condition
  4. And in the nastiest case, when you are fatally injured or physical incapacitated.

So no matter the liability, you are a casualty. And that is all your attorney will want to prove in the court of law against the defendants or the insurance company of the defendants. And when he does, you will formally be proposed with a settlement with an additional reward for the suffering you faced.

A note for the negligent drivers: You are fortunate to live inside the barriers of a great country that protects your rights and commitments. But that does not mean you should drive around irresponsibly and jeopardize yourself just to reach somewhere a few minutes earlier. And summon up what Darcy Gilmore believed, “It’s better to be late, than to arrive ugly!”


Author: Billy Forester

  1. Piximnate

    May 16, 2015 at 6:17 pm

    Please note that the law speaks of the defendant’s conduct as being “a proximate cause” of an accident, as opposed to “the proximate cause”.


      May 17, 2015 at 7:39 pm

      Litigation is an expensive process. For most people with personal injury claims, a lawyer is hired on a contingent fee basis, meaning that there is no attorney fee unless the case is successful, and any attorney fee is a percentage of the money recovered.
      The law firm advances money for the cost of litigation, until such time as the case is resolved.

  2. Loreelo

    May 20, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    Many accidents have more than one proximate cause. It is typically not necessary for liability that the defendant’s negligence be either the only proximate cause of an injury, or the last proximate cause.


      May 19, 2015 at 7:38 pm

      You may benefit from approaching more than one company in relation to the sale of your settlement, to make sure that you obtain the highest payoff. You also want to be sure that the company which wants to buy your settlement is established, well-funded, and reputable – you don’t want a fly-by-night outfit to obtain the rights to your annuities but to disappear or go bankrupt before paying you the buyout money.

  3. Irish

    May 25, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    Please note that negligence law varies between jurisdictions, sometimes significantly, and you should check with a local legal professional if you wish to know the specific negligence laws of your jurisdiction.

  4. Adrian Pete

    May 26, 2015 at 12:52 pm

    Negligence is often claimed in personal injury lawsuits. For example, a personal injury lawsuit arising out of an automobile accident case or premises liability action is frequently based on the theory that the defendant was negligent.

  5. Coug

    June 18, 2015 at 3:19 pm

    Proximate cause exists where the plaintiff is injured as the result of negligent conduct, and plaintiff’s injury must have been a natural and probable result of the negligent conduct. In order for a defendant to be liable, the plaintiff must establish both negligence and proximate cause.


      May 22, 2015 at 7:39 pm

      You may have to go to court to get a judge to approve the buyout. It is usually a good idea to consult with a lawyer before entering into an agreement to sell your settlement. However, for plaintiffs who cannot find a lawyer who will work on a contingent fee, or who have significant personal expenses during the pendency of their case, additional funding may be required.

  6. MalissaUMinshew

    July 15, 2015 at 5:02 pm

    Great job!!

  7. JosefBConteras

    July 16, 2015 at 3:55 pm

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  8. TomokoAAsai

    July 19, 2015 at 7:37 pm

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