Some people assume that a personal injury attorney has one job, and that job is to argue your case in front of a jury. The truth is that more than 95% of cases never get before a jury because they are negotiated out of court. Does that mean you don’t need an attorney? Far from it! Learn why those who hire attorneys will, on average, recover more than those who do not. If you would like to request a free legal consultation, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 right away.
- We Bring Knowledge and Experience
- We Have Access to Resources You Do Not Have
- We Know How to Negotiate a Lawsuit
- We Know How to Document and Prove Your Injuries
Our job is to take on personal injury cases. We have experience working within the court system, negotiating with insurance companies, and aggressively going after defendants. A person who tries to take on a case themselves could make a minor mistake – such as forgetting to file paperwork on time – and lose their case as a result. When you work with an attorney who specializes in these cases, you can trust that we will not let things fall through the cracks.
We work with investigators, we have expert witnesses ready to help, and we have a wealth of other resources that you would be hard-pressed to have as an individual. For example, if your case involves not just physical injuries but pain and suffering too, you will need someone to testify to those non-financial damages. We work with experts who can assess you and determine the impact of your invisible injuries.
It is not enough to know how to negotiate. You must know how to negotiate a lawsuit. For example, if a car salesperson tried to negotiate a lawsuit, they would not necessarily know what a reasonable sum is to help support a long-term injury like a brain injury. They might negotiate to cover all past and current charges, but what about the six months of therapy that might be required?
Even if they do have a good idea of how much it would likely cost, they will not necessarily know how to make a convincing case for it. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies. We do so for a living, and insurance companies know to take us seriously. When they see a civilian doing so, they are likely to assume they can take advantage of them and act accordingly.
It might seem that showing up with an x-ray of a broken leg is enough to prove that your leg is broken – and it is. But that does not mean that it proves that the defendant is responsible for that broken bone. We know how to connect the legal dots to show who caused the accident, the injuries they caused, and how they should be held accountable. Call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 now for a free legal consultation.