Why Experience Matters When Hiring An Injury Lawyer
Unfortunately, personal injuries are the result of many different types of accidents, some of the most common of which include:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Motorcycle accident
WHAT DO PERSONAL ATTORNEYS DO?
Your injuries may not have even been properly diagnosed when you start receiving phone calls, demands for payment, and bills from medical personnel, emergency services such as ambulances, insurance companies, law enforcement, and others. At the very time when you should be focusing on the healing process and your recovery, you may be overwhelmed and under intense pressure worrying about how you are going to pay for all of this.
If you or a loved one has been injured. We’ll guide you through the intimidating insurance and legal claims processes, stand beside you as your advocate, and help protect you from harassing phone calls.
WHY EXPERIENCE MATTERS
Experience is the best teacher. When it comes to the area of personal injury law, experience counts at least as much as knowledge of the law, and it could be argued that more knowledge of the law comes directly from experience rather than from any particular legal treatise. Specifically, experience helps personal injury law attorneys in the following ways:
Experienced personal injury attorneys understand that various tasks have to be attended to immediately, such as understanding the facts of the case, gathering evidence before it goes stale, developing the theory of the case, listing specific potential witnesses, drafting initial paperwork for filing, and contacting insurance companies and opposing counsel.
Although court proceedings are shown on TV as knock-down, drag-out battles of wits, surprise witnesses and documents, in most cases, the attorneys and judges often know each other casually and all understand that drawn-out, contentious proceedings almost always benefit no one. Your best bet for a favorable and inexpensive outcome rests upon cooperation between the parties involved, and such cooperation is most possible when the parties are familiar with each other.
Furthermore, when your attorney is familiar with opposing counsel and the judge, there are certain predispositions that can be taken advantage of, such as “this judge hates discovery disputes” or “this attorney likes to settle quickly.”
Skilled negotiators are like artists; they understand the potential parameters of a settlement and how to use sympathy, factual arguments, settlement history, and small concessions to their advantage. Experienced personal injury attorneys know how to use a settlement offer as leverage, and when it is time to reject a final offer and go to trial.
WHEN TO BE AGGRESSIVE AND WHEN TO CONCEDE
Rarely does any attorney win every single point they argue. Experienced attorneys know when to concede a point and when to stick to their guns.
LET OUR PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS USE THEIR EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR CASE
Contact the Orlando Firm injury lawyers for help. We have experience with these types of injuries and will treat you with compassion and respect and treat your claim with efficiency and care. Contact us today for a free consultation call us 404-373-1800.