In other words, what’s the point in hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer? They’re to advocate for their client who’s been injured by the negligence of another party. Ultimately a personal injury lawyer should be a trial lawyer who is willing to try the case against a client’s peers.
What often times is not discussed and quite frankly often is missed by lawyers in the industry, because of the business aspect of running a firm, is clients need someone who can be there to answer questions for them, be there to listen to them as they’re going through tough times, to be there through the ups and downs. Often times we are with a client for years while we are prosecuting their claim or case.
We get to know them on a personal basis. I have become friends with many of the clients that I have represented over the years. Still stay in touch with them. I learn about them and their family. All these things that ultimately are for the legal side of being a personal injury lawyer which is advocating for your client but it’s really there to help the client feel better, let them get the treatment that they need, focus on those things.
Take a lot off of their shoulders so that they’re not stressing as much about this part of their life, which is the claim that they’re prosecuted to receive the compensation that they deserve for losses that they have and so often times what I joke with folks about is I’m half lawyer and half psychologist but there is a lot of truth in that. I get to know this client intimately, the struggles that they’re having. I’m there to just listen to them.
It’s quite frankly the part that I love the most about my career is being there to meet new people, learn about them, become friends with them and help them through a difficult part of their life. This is a part that a lot of people don’t realize that personal injury lawyers are there for and it’s really the most satisfying part of being a personal injury lawyer.
Hire Injury Lawyer
1. First and foremost, now you’ll have someone on your side whose whole job it is to look out for you and your best interests.
2. Secondly, you can let go of the stress and the worry that you may be doing something wrong or not understanding something that’s going on your claim.
3. Next and this is an important one, the letters will stop, the phone calls will stop, you’re not going to get bugged anymore from the insurance company or anyone else about your claim and you can focus and truly focus on doing what’s your most important job and that is getting better from your injuries and once you’re well, you have someone on your side who can help evaluate the claim and present it to the insurance company for a fair and reasonable settlement. You don’t just have to take the insurance company’s word for it.
4. Finally, if the case can’t be settled and it has to go forward, now you’ve got someone who can file it in court and take it as far as it needs to go so you get justice and you get fairness in handling and your claim.