The reality is that a majority of the cases I handle as a personal injury attorney at Davis Law Group involve motor vehicle accidents. But I have also represented thousands of clients who have been injured in other types of incidents. Simply put, if you have been injured due to the negligence of another party, there is a good chance I can help. 

If you have been hurt in an accident through no fault of your own, contact me today to speak with my team and to request a free legal consultation. If you wish to learn more about your rights and the legal process before speaking with an attorney, I encourage you to visit www.WashingtonAccidentBooks.com where you can order a free copy of one of the many books I have published on various topics relating to personal injury law. 

Get The Best Compensation For Your Personal Injury Case

It is not enough to simply hire someone with a law degree to handle your personal injury case. If you have been hurt due to someone else’s negligence, you want an experienced personal injury attorney who understands the insurance claims process on your side. Preferably, you want an attorney who has a track record of successfully resolving injury cases that are similar to yours.

The reason for this is that personal injury claims are unique and challenging in their own way. In order to get the best possible settlement for an injury victim, the attorney handling the case needs to have a game plan for investigating the incident and producing evidence that supports the victim’s claim. General practice attorneys or those who focus on criminal or family law may be over-matched in these situations, especially if the victim has suffered a high level of damages.

How Much Does A Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?

There are no hard or fast rules when it comes to the cost of hiring a personal injury attorney, as individual lawyers may charge different amounts for their services. As a general rule, however, most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means they take a percentage of the total recovery for their fee. This motivates the attorney to negotiate the best possible settlement for the client or take the case to trial if necessary.

It is also common for personal injury attorneys to advance costs associated with pursuing the case for the client. That means that the client will not be asked to pay out of pocket for important things like requesting medical records from the hospital or doctor, hiring experts to support the claim, or court filing fees. All of these costs are typically deducted from the settlement or recovery after the case has been resolved.

How Do I Know If I Need A Lawyer?

It is important to understand that not all cases would necessarily benefit from the assistance of a personal injury lawyer. Each case and injury victim is unique in their own way, so the facts of the case and the damages being claimed may play a role in whether an attorney would be able to increase the value or improve the chances of a successful resolution to any claim.

Insurance companies are especially known to fight tooth-and-nail when the injured victim is dealing with more serious injuries because those people often require extensive medical treatment and have experienced a higher level of pain and suffering. Injury victims often feel that the insurance companies are taking advantage of them or not cooperating in hopes that the victim will accept a low settlement or give up on the claim altogether.

Contact Us For A Free Legal Consultation

Our team of personal injury attorneys will review your case free of charge and help you determine if hiring Davis Law Group might improve the value of your claim or increase the chances of a successful outcome.

If we believe we can help, our legal team will meet with you in-person for a free legal consultation to discuss your legal rights and demonstrate exactly what we can do to improve the value of your case.

Contact my office today to request a free legal consultation. You may also request a free copy of one of my free legal guide books by visiting www.WashingtonAccidentBooks.com.