When should I get a lawyer to represent me?
The time immediately following an accident and injury is the most critical. While the injured party is still suffereing the negative physical and financial effects of their accident, any insurance companies and negligent parties who may be responsible for compensating the victim are typically already hard at work trying to minimize the expenses related to the incident. For this reason, and since the victim is usually in a state which can cause compromised judgement, it’s best that a personal injury lawyer is hired as early as possible following any incident.
The skilled New York injury lawyers at Lisa Michael and Associates, P.C., are waiting for you to contact them at (212) 776-1800. We’re eager to begin your free initial consultation and advise you on the best course of action regarding your accident and injury. We’re committed to zealously and aggressively seeking the maximum reward possible to compensate you for the losses you’ve suffered.
- How much time do I have to file a lawsuit if I've been injured?
- What should I do if an insurance company requests a statement or medical records?
- Am I eligible for compensation if I've been injured at my job?
- I've been offered a settlement. Should I accept it?
- When should I get a lawyer to represent me?
- What money could I recover as a settlement for a car accident?
- How will I be paid if I win my case?
- How do I know if I’ve been the victim of medical malpractice?
- What does punitive damages mean?
- What does negligence mean?
- What should I bring when I meet with a personal injury lawyer?
- Will I need to go to court?
- What does comparative negligence mean?
- What should I do if I’ve been involved in motorcycle accident?
- What if I wasn’t wearing a helmet when my motorcycle accident happened?
- How much of a settlement could I get if I win a medical malpractice suit?
- Why do I need to hire a personal injury attorney?