While it may seem like car accident claims are cut and dry and don’t require a lot of legal knowledge, this is not actually the case. Read on to learn why it’s in your best interest to secure an experienced attorney for your car accident case.
Your Attorney Has Your Best Interest in Mind
You may think that your auto insurance company has your back when you call in to provide your statement about your accident, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Auto insurance representatives are looking out for the companies they work for—NOT you. Even though your insurance company representative may have a warm and concerned tone when you speak with them over the phone, remember that this is an industry tactic.
It’s common for insurance company representatives to sweet-talk you so that they can coax information out of you that you’d only relay to someone you trust.
Insurance company representatives are trained to be able to gain your trust so that they can exploit you later on.
Your attorney will never treat you that way. It’s in your attorney’s best interest to treat you as best they can because when you win, your attorney also wins.
A good, honest attorney will be there for you every step of the way and make sure you don’t say or do anything that could ultimately hurt your claim.
Your Attorney Has Resources
Skilled attorneys have friends in high places that average people don’t have access to who can provide expert opinions to help your case succeed.
In addition, skilled attorneys have legal knowledge that average people who aren’t involved in personal injury law don’t have. This knowledge will be very important for your case later on.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, our attorney here at Dore Law Group, PLLC is here to help. Attorney James “Jim” Dore has over 25 years of experience in the field of personal injury law and has helped countless people just like you attain justice. Don’t hesitate to contact our firm with your case right away!
Give our Kent personal injury attorney at Dore Law Group, PLLC a call today at (253) 236-3888 to discuss your case.