You Shouldn’t Have To Pay Your Lawyer Up Front

April 3rd, 2014 | by RON BELL

A good attorney will typically accept your case on a contingency fee basis or “We win or you don’t pay” basis – this means that the attorney feels your case has merit and is willing to stick their neck out for you.

Insurance companies are not your friends and the less money they give you for your accident, the more money they make. Their adjusters may seem kind and polite, but they do not get ahead in their jobs by giving you more money. They make more money when they give you less. That’s why you need an injury lawyer in Albuquerque on your side.

If an attorney asks you for money up front for an injury claim, you should probably be looking elsewhere. Some auto accident claims can be handled without a lawyer, such as accidents that are often referred to as a fender benders. But, auto accidents that involve physical injury, fatality or other significant damage will require a lawyer to recover medical expenses, lost wages, and car repairs.

When looking for a lawyer, you should take into consideration the lawyer’s experience, fee structure, location and reputation. You should be seeking an attorney who is well versed in state and national transportation laws, and knows how to stand up against insurance and health care companies.

To avoid any costly mistakes, you should hire Ron Bell Injury Lawyers as soon as you can. For these types of claims, there are time limits and you should act quickly and call and get us in your corner today.

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