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4 Reasons to Call a Personal Injury Law Firm | Reiner, Slaughter & Frankel, LLP

There were 1.35 million attorneys working throughout the U.S. in 2019, but not all attorneys have experience with personal injury cases. If you’ve been hurt in a motor vehicle crash or some other type of accident, you may be wondering if you should contact an attorney. Here are four reasons to contact personal injury attorneys in Redding CA.

1. Your Injuries Have Lasting Consequences

If you’ve been informed by medical professionals that you will need long-term care for your injuries, or if permanent disabilities have resulted from your injuries, don’t waste any time in retaining an attorney who is experienced in handling personal injury cases. A lawyer who knows the ins and outs of current personal injury laws will be able to estimate your financial costs, such as lost work time and diminished earning power. Your attorney can also determine how much you could be compensated for pain and suffering.

2: You Want to Be Fully Informed

Keep in mind that the law is changing all the time. If you try to do your own research on the internet, you may come up with advice that is outdated or incorrect. A personal injury attorney will provide you with up-to-date information about laws that are relevant to your situation and to the geographic location in which your accident occurred.

3: You Want to Discuss Options

In addition to the pain that comes with a personal injury, you may also feel stressed or overwhelmed. You may have no idea what your legal options even are. Personal injury attorneys can outline your choices and the positives and negatives of each potential outcome, as well as provide general peace of mind.

4. You Want the Case Handled Professionally

Don’t try to be your own lawyer. Again, information found online may be outdated or incorrect. Plus, deadlines and rules about court filing and procedures are complicated and are therefore best left to a licensed attorney. If you try to handle your own case and then end up needing to consult an attorney to correct your errors, you may pay much more than you would have if you’d hired a lawyer to begin with.

Being hurt in an accident can bring pain, stress, and financial strain, but you don’t have to go it alone. A personal injury lawyer can inform you of current law pertaining to your case, determine your potential financial losses, and handle deadlines and court filings in a professional manner. If you’ve been injured in an accident, contact the personal injury attorneys at Reiner, Slaughter & Frankel in Redding California. They have represented hundreds of personal injury victims like you, recovering millions of dollars in settlements and court awards. 


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