Do I need a lawyer for my case?
You need a lawyer if you feel you cannot handle the case by yourself. A California personal injury attorney knows how to collect medical records, obtain necessary medical reports, assembled wage loss documentation, and preserve proof of liability. These steps are not impossible for any person to carry out but they are time-consuming and there are certain nuances that improve the likely success of the case.
As an example, you're general practitioner Doctor may have solved your medical problem that does not know how to prepare a narrative report for the insurance company. Doctors notes are usually incomplete. A personal injury lawyer knows what needs to be included in the report of the Doctor, and can communicate with the doctor's office when the report is not accurate or complete.
If you are self-employed, proving your wage loss can sometimes be difficult. A personal injury lawyer knows what documents to collect, and what documents you should not give the insurance company like your tax returns.
A personal injury lawyer may also help you with your selection of doctors. Sometimes the specialist is needed in the input from a specialized personal injury attorney can be invaluable.
Not all persons who could help our office wish to hire an attorney. For those that are want to handle their own case we empower you with this website and others to find the information you need to present a claim. However, if you feel you need an attorney we always invite your call if you're a California resident. Call 1 888 752-7474 for a free consultation.
DISCLAIMER. The information on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should formally consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Please be advised, however, contacting us, submitting a case to us, and/or discussing your case with us does NOT create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.