What Do Personal Injury Lawyers Do?

Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jul 31, 2015 in Personal Injury

court houseIf you arent a skilled mechanic, would you attempt fixing your own car? Similarly, if you arent a lawyer, would you represent yourself in court? While learning the ins and outs of case litigation, filing paperwork, investigating the accident, etc., you may miss important details or run out of time to build the strongest case possible. Let Philips Law Group take care of the details while you focus on healing and receiving the compensation you deserve.

If you or a loved one has been a victim of a car accident and are thinking about hiring a personal injury lawyer, our skilled personal injury attorneys at Phillips Law in Utah, Arizona, California and New Mexico can help get the compensation you deserve.

Call or text 1-800-706-3000 to speak with a representative today.

Personal injury lawyers begin by investigating your accident. We will interview witnesses, gather evidence, and investigate what other factors may have contributed to your accident. This can include things not evident to you, like poor road design or faulty traffic lights.

While the police and insurance companies also investigate the accident, they do not investigate with your best interests in mind. It can also be very complicated to figure out what insurance coverage is available to pay for your injuries. A personal injury lawyer will assist you in this process.

A personal injury lawyer will also:

  • File paperwork for you on time
  • Help you determine the amount you should demand and from who
  • Negotiate with the insurance company
  • Hire expert witnesses
  • Take your case to trial if necessary

Contact our personal injury lawyers to discuss your personal injury claim and what a lawyer can do for you. At Phillips Law Group, we provide an initial evaluation for FREE, and our attorneys only get paid when a recovery is made on your behalf. We are 100 percent committed to giving our clients the justice they deserve.

Call or text 1-800-706-3000 to get started today or fill out a Free Case Review.

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