Do I need a lawyer if I’m in a car accident?

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you might be wondering whether you should handle the claim on your own or if you should hire an attorney.  Insurance companies tend to low-ball individuals who are not represented by an attorney because the insurance company knows that the injured person likely does not have extensive knowledge of the law and does not have the means of filing a lawsuit and litigating the case. In other words, when the insurance carrier hears complaints from an injured person about a low settlement offer, the insurance adjuster is thinking “So what? What can you do about it?”

Carr and Carr Attorneys can maximize the value of your case because insurance carriers know that if they are not fair to our client then we will file a lawsuit and pursue the case in court, something that unrepresented individuals often cannot do.  We have built a solid reputation for the last 40 years by holding insurance companies accountable for the injuries caused by their insured drivers.  Insurance carriers are aware of this and we believe this is reflected in the settlement outcomes we achieve for our clients.

Further, by having Carr and Carr represent you, we will collect all the evidence available to prove your case.  Lastly, we will handle negotiations with the insurance carrier so that you can focus on getting better. Of course, we will keep you informed every step of the way and will work with you on determining what an appropriate settlement demand should be.

Lastly, there is nothing to lose by hiring an auto accident lawyer at Carr and Carr since we do not charge anything if we are unsuccessful for you.  We only get paid when you get paid. If you would like to talk with a car wreck at Carr and Carr, please feel free to contact us. We have offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Northwest Arkansas. If you cannot travel to our office, we will gladly come to where you are.

 

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