Can I sue without a lawyer?

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car wreck, then YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to seek compensation for your medical bills and car wreck-related expenses. Your personal injury claim allows you to either directly file on your own or with the assistance of an attorney. However, self-filing comes with significant risks and challenges for those unfamiliar and inexperienced in the legal process. A car wreck attorney provides the expertise, knowledge, and skill to win your case and get you the deserved settlement.

Here’s how to file a personal injury claim if you decide to do it on your own.

4 major steps to file a personal injury claim

  1. Set up your injury claim:  Inform the individual at fault for your injuries and their provider.
  2. Gather evidence: Gather the evidence to prove your injuries, whether it’s a visible injury or an injury that’s not visible to the naked eye, like a spinal injury or brain concussion. E
  3. Determine a fair amount for your accident: You MUST know what fair value is to demand your type of injuries based on the severity and permanence of which and compare that to the available insurance.
  4. Once you deem it’s unfair, you need to put it in suit: With ligation, there are a lot of procedures. Unless you comply with all the procedures, you won’t be able to present your injuries in court.

Why you should hire a personal injury lawyer

Hiring a personal injury attorney will ensure you get the compensation you deserve. Knowledge of the law, insurance company tactics, and previous case history cannot be taught or learned overnight. An experienced attorney will have years of experience dealing with similar claims. In addition, they will save you time by thoroughly investigating to prove your case. Communicate back and forth with the insurance adjuster, review medical records, and make rational decisions.

Do you want to feel heard and fought for? Contact 770 GoodLaw, the Law Office of H.Q. Alex Nguyen and Associates, LLC, to discuss your case. 

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