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Tips for Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

When you are injured by the fault of another, you almost always have the right to file a lawsuit against the negligent party for damages. When seeking compensation from the at-fault party, it is smart to have a lawyer represent you throughout the process. An attorney not only knows the law – and can help you to navigate it as such – but is also responsible for advocating for your best interests.

As you start to look for an attorney near you, here are some tips for choosing a personal injury lawyer you can count on:

  1. Look Up the Attorney via the State Bar Association for Your State

You want to make sure that you hire an attorney that is actually licensed to practice law, is bar certified and is in good standing. Most states maintain an online search function where you can search an attorney by name, such as the one provided by the Florida State Bar Association

  1. Make Sure the Attorney Is Experienced in Your Area of Injury

As you search for an attorney, make sure you choose one who is experienced in the area of the law that you are injured in – i.e., you do not want to hire a truck accident attorney if you have been injured in a slip and fall accident. Hiring an attorney who is experienced in handling claims that are similar to yours, and that has had success in these claim types, is smart.

  1. Ask the Attorney Who Will Be Working on Your Case

When you hire an attorney, you want the attorney being the primary person over your case, not another party. Some law firms are too big to provide clients the attention that they deserve, handing cases off to new lawyers in the firm, or even assigning many of the duties to paralegals. When you meet with an attorney, ask them if they will be the one managing your case.

  1. Schedule a Free Consultation

Once you have narrowed down your options, schedule a free consultation with the villages personal injury attorney. This is your chance to get to know more about the lawyer and to ask questions about your case.

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