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Monday, March 27, 2017

 

How To Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer

Get what you deserve by hiring a good personal injury attorney!


 
Each year thousands of Americans are injured through no fault of their own, resulting in a substantial loss of wages and huge medical expenses.

As most people who have to deal with a personal injury claim soon find out, getting a fair settlement is very difficult.

It is extremely important that you hire a well-qualified personal injury lawyer to help guarantee that you receive adequate compensation from the other party and/or their insurance companies.

Here are a few tips for finding a competent and successful personal injury lawyer:

  1. Look for an attorney with extensive experience in handling personal injury claims. This is a highly specialized legal niche, and just any old lawyer won't do.
     
  2. Evaluate the success rate of each attorney you're interested in. What percentage of their past personal injury cases have they won and what was the average award amount?
     
  3. Find out how effective the attorneys are at dealing with insurance companies. A competent personal injury lawyer should have a very good, verifiable track record of settling claims without having to resort to litigation.
     
  4. Ask for past client references and follow up with them. Steer clear of any attorneys who are unable to supply at least a half dozen satisfied references.

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