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Do You Need an Attorney for Your Car Accident Case?

Insurance companies and insurance adjusters handle personal injury cases all day. As  such, they are experts in their field and understand how to go about settling a personal  injury case. However, they are also business savvy and are looking to make a profit. the  less money that they pay out on your injury claim equals more profit for them. Thus, they  want to settle personal injury cases for the lowest amount possible. insurance companies  will employ various tactics aimed at getting you to accept a low settlement offer. Before  you decide whether to hire an accident attorney, you should consider a couple different  factors to make an informed decision. You may think that an injured person should always  hire a lawyer. While it is a good idea to consult with an attorney about your situation, there  are some instances in which she will be better off without one. In this blog post, we will  go over some of the instances in which hiring an attorney is a good idea.  

How an Attorney Can Help You with Your Personal Injury Claim or Lawsuit

While you can file a lawsuit without an attorney, it will be extremely difficult to litigate the  case on your own. Florida has very strict timetables, procedural rules, and evidentiary rules. The courts force the rules and requirements whether you are aware of them or not.  Without an experienced attorney working for you, you can harm your case. If you miss a  deadline of which you are unaware, it is possible that the court will dismiss the case and  you’ll receive nothing for your injuries. You would not consider treating yourself medically  to avoid paying a doctor or building your own house unsupervised to avoid paying a  contractor unless you have the necessary expertise and experience. Handling a personal  injury lawsuit requires specialized knowledge gained from years of training and  experience. An attorney who predominantly handles personal injury cases will be able to  provide you with guidance based on the facts of your case. Overall, the right attorney can  absolutely make a difference in the value of your case. If an injured party is represented  by an attorney who does not regularly try personal injury cases, and has a reputation for  settling, insurance company will likely take this into consideration when making offers.  

Call a Car Accident Attorney Miami Today!  

If you have decided you want to hire an attorney for your automobile accident case, the  decision of who to hire is an important one. There are many attorneys from which to  choose. You may be working with this attorney for several years so you should make sure  you choose an attorney was qualified to handle your case. If you or someone you love  were hurt in a car accident, it is wise to contact a car accident attorney so that you can  get information on how to make a claim against the at-fault party’s insurance company or  file a lawsuit against said party if necessary. The damages that can be recovered in a car  accident claim or lawsuit are meant to take care of the many expenses you may be faced  with after an accident. Car accident injuries can be severe and for many victims, medical  treatment can add up to thousands of dollars. Meeting with a car accident lawyer can  facilitate the claims process. At Suarez and Montero, our policy is that if you don’t recover,  we won’t charge you a dime. Not to mention, we also provide free slip and fall accident  consultations where we evaluate the facts of your case and provide you with an overview  of potential courses of action you may take. Our lawyers can provide you with efficiency,  experience, vital information, and can help obtain the compensation you need to recover  from your injury. We are available 24/7 to give you a free, no risk case consultation.  

We serve clients throughout Florida including those in the following areas:  

Miami-Dade: Aventura, Coral Gables, Doral, Fontainebleau, Hialeah, Homestead,  Kendall, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Lakes, North Miami, Tamiami, and Westchester.  

Broward: Fort Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, and Weston;  and Palm Beach County including Boca Raton, Lake Worth, and West Palm