Seek Counsel After an Auto Accident

by admin on July 7, 2010

If you are recently involved in an auto accident you should give that to consulting a qualified auto accident attorney.  Because there are hidden costs connected to any damages and injuries sustained during the accident it would be prudent to explore your options with a lawyer.

It is common for someone involved in an accident to fail noticing seemingly mild injuries until much later.  There are instances where someone in an accident died from injuries that weren’t even noticed by paramedics at the scene!  If you must make note of injuries and police reports and report to an emergency room from the accident site.  If you don’t you will find that the other person will debate their liability.  This may mean the person injured will have to pay all medical costs and won’t receive compensation for lost job time.  However, a good auto accident attorney will be able to pursue claims to the fullest measure and negotiate fair and reasonable settlements.

Often it is the insurance companies, and not the other driver, that hesitate to pay after an auto accident.  For this reason it is important for anyone involved to seek an experienced attorney immediately.  This is important for both drivers because insurance companies debate making payments on their own customer’s claims.

A good auto accident attorney will have no problems answering your questions and addressing your concerns.  If they hesitate to give information seek a different attorney.  Don’t be afraid to spend a few minutes asking about their track record, and researching the frequency with which they win cases.


About the Author:
South Florida Attorney Joseph M. Maus and Associates has been helping victims of injuries and accidents for close to 17 years. The firm prides itself on having the resources and experience of the largest state-wide law firms, yet providing individualized attention to each and every client.
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