Far too many car accident victims fail to take legal action because they have a common misconception about lawyers. They don’t think very highly of legal professionals; therefore they either feel they can handle a case on their own or they just trust that whatever offer they receive is enough.
Lawsuits can be complicated, and in a matter of negligence, you’re taking up your claim with a large insurance company that doesn’t care for your needs—they only want to protect their own policyholder and profits.
Because of this, it is imperative that those who suffer injuries due to negligence to hire a good plaintiff’s lawyer who can help guide them through the complex matters. Here are the main benefits of hiring someone you can trust.
Leveling the Playing Field
History shows that when individuals try to handle their own cases or hire inadequate representation, they do themselves a disservice and the insurance company is bound to take advantage of the inexperience.
Hiring a good plaintiff’s lawyer makes a difference. It levels the playing field and prevents victims from having their rights taken advantage of by large corporations.
We understand that there are a lot of people out there who don’t agree that lawyers are necessary for personal injury matters. Many feel that the main priority of an attorney is money. However, many of those who have joined the profession do so to make a difference—because they care.
For instance, Attorney Ellyn Rapaport has a personal connection to civil law. She was severely injured in a crash caused by a drunk driver. After taking the time to recover, she made an effort to practice law and now stands with other victims in pursuing justice and pursuing change.
At the Lowe Law Group, our personal injury attorneys are not just looking to churn through cases like some others. We take the time to really care about our clients and their cause because it matters to us.
You can feel peace of mind with our team in your corner and by your side every step of the way.
Call our firm today at (801) 900-4681.