Why Should You Hire A Car Accident Attorney?

Roy DwyerAccident Injury Claim, Auto Accident, Car Accident, Car Accident Insurance Claim, Legal Advice, Personal Injuries Lawyer, Personal Injury

If you've had the misfortune to be involved in an car accident, the last thing on your mind is hiring a lawyer to help you. You may only have minor injuries (to start) and you may consider just calling your insurance company to determine your next steps.

What you may not know, however, is that insurance companies are hoping you do just that. Don't think about hiring an attorney and take a really low monetary offer to help you manage expenses, medical bills and lost wages.

An experienced car accident lawyer can help you handle any and all losses sustained during the accident. An attorney can also help you reduce the amount of paperwork and hassle involved with processing the accident insurance claims. Having the knowledge of when it’s necessary to hire or contact an attorney can make all the difference between losing or owing immense monetary sums and having a successfully resolved legal case.

It’s an unfortunate fact that car accidents happen every single day throughout Oregon. In fact, the great majority of personal injury claims concern accidents involving trucks, cars or other motor vehicles. The majority of accidents cause minor damage and can be handled directly by the victim and his or her insurance company. However, if you are involved in a car accident that causes a fatality, physical injury or significant damage, you will probably want to enlist the services of a qualified auto accident attorney.

We understand the enormous emotional and physical pain involved with suffering catastrophic injuries or the loss of a loved one in a motor vehicle accident and we will handle your case with dedication and compassion. If you wish to speak with one of our experienced auto accident attorneys to assess your rights and options, please contact Dwyer Williams Cherkoss Attorneys, PC at  1-800-285-8678 or visit one of our offices today!