When you get injured at the hands of someone else's fault or negligence, you deserve compensation. Most plaintiffs want to get through the process as quickly and simply as possible, working with the defendant or their insurance company directly without third-party representation. However, that's not always the wisest decision. Here are some signs that you need a personal injury attorney for your case.
1. Lowball Offer From the Insurance Company
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Circle the Date: It's vital to appear on the right date and at the right time. You are risking an arrest for not appearing unless you have a very good excuse.