How to Find a Lawyer for Automobile Accidents

by on Jul 12, 2017

When you’ve been in a wreck, the first piece of advice you’ll likely be inundated with will be to hire a lawyer for automobile accidents. And that’s sound advice. But where do you start? And more importantly, how do you know you’ve found the right one?

 

  • Supply follows demand.
    This is why you’ll see pages upon pages of listings in the phone book and endless Google search results for accident lawyers. So, determine beforehand if you actually need a lawyer for the size of claim you’re filing. Was it a no-injury fender-bender, easily taken care of in small claims court? Or were significant medical bills accrued and work time lost, a situation that may require an attorney’s expertise?
  • Experience is essential.
    When searching for a lawyer for automobile accidents, concentrate on key words that apply to your case: personal injury, wrongful death, property destruction, accident liability, etc. The attorney’s physical location should also be a factor in your choice because office visits will be much more convenient, especially if you’re injured. During your free initial consultation, you can determine your candidate’s level of knowledge concerning state and national laws, how well they navigate the labyrinth of insurance company requirements, their level of education, years of experience, and their success rate.
  • Quality costs, but second-rate costs more.
    A qualified, successful lawyer for automobile accidents won’t generally cost you anything initially, not until you’ve won your case. Yes, the attorney’s fees (which should be clearly outlined from the start) will claim a portion of your court-awarded dollars. But before you’re tempted to save a few percentage points with a less-experienced lawyer, remember that if you lose your case, your lawyer may get nothing, but you’re still paying medical bills and car repairs.

 

 

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