Why Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Car Accident?

Jun 03, 2016 Car Accidents

Posted by: Kisling, Nestico & Redick, LLC

Don’t try to handle your claim alone if you’ve been hurt in a car accident. There are numerous benefits to hiring a lawyer to handle your case.

1. Learn What Your Case is Worth

Don’t let an insurance company pay you less than the fair value of your claim. Your case may be worth more than just the cost of your ER bills or repair cost to fix your car. In a personal injury case, you may be able to obtain compensation for your:

  • Medical costs, including the cost of future treatments
  • Loss of income
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of consortium

A personal injury lawyer can explain all of your options for compensation — including those that an insurance company may not offer without a lawyer by your side.

2. No Upfront Fees

At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we don’t charge any fees unless you obtain compensation for your case. When you call us, you get a free consultation to decide that we’re the right Ohio personal injury firm to handle your case. Once you hire us, you still pay no attorney fees until your case has been settled or a jury has decided in your favor.

3. We Deal With Insurance Companies

Healing from injuries caused by a car accident takes a lot of physical and mental energy. A serious accident can cause significant disruption to your life. We want you to focus on what matters right now — getting better. That’s why we’re here to do handle the details of legal paperwork, investigating your accident and collecting evidence, and negotiating with insurance companies to get you the best possible result for your accident claim.

Our lawyers have more than 500 collective years of experience helping accident victims in Ohio and have recovered countless favorable results on behalf of our clients. Call1-800-HURT-NOW to schedule your free, confidential case evaluation. We’ll give you straightforward answers about your legal options and aggressively pursue compensation on your behalf.

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