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Not hiring a lawyer after a crash could leave your case a wreck

On Behalf of | Nov 25, 2019 | Car Accident

A car accident can leave you reeling. It can be hard to know where to turn, what your first step should be or what your responsibilities are. But you don’t have to do it alone. An experienced personal injury lawyer may already have answers to questions you don’t even know to ask.

Car accidents injure millions every year, amounting to billions in costs. But the financial burden that comes from an accident may not be entirely on your shoulders if someone else is to blame. But that doesn’t mean that getting compensation is always easy, which is why one of the first things you should do after an accident is to hire a personal injury attorney.

Knowing the system

The process after a car accident can have many facets, and a lawyer can help you handle them. You may have to negotiate with your insurance company, deal with the other driver’s insurer, speak with the police, and the list will likely go on. Having someone on your side who knows how to handle the next step can be crucial.

Gathering evidence

You may be able to handle the basics of tracking down eyewitnesses to get them on record to support your side of the event, but an experienced attorney could go above and beyond that. Lawyers often use investigators, engineers and collision reconstructionists to cement your claims and make sure your claim is airtight.

Building a case

You’ll probably have to show the damages you’re suffering from were caused by the accident. It can be hard to know exactly what that means for your case, but a lawyer will likely know just how to bring about proof. The basics like medical injuries and car damage may seem easy, but connections can be hard to make. And things can become more difficult when you’re looking for less concrete numbers like lost earning power and emotional loss.

A car accident could change your life, but a good attorney at your side could mean you get to pick the direction. Find a lawyer who knows what compensation you deserve and how to get it, and you could be on the road to recovery.