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Why You Need a Sarasota Lawyer for Your Florida Injury Claim

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Sometimes, if an individual has been involved in a prior accident or has friends and family that have pursued a personal injury lawsuit in the past, the person is familiar with some basic terms or parts of personal injury law. While this can be helpful if you need to file a claim, it is beneficial to have an experienced Sarasota personal injury lawyer advocating for you after a car accident injury or a slip and fall event.

An experienced lawyer has the skills and knowledge to help you achieve the maximum compensation amount possible. Individuals who are not familiar with the legal side may attempt to negotiate with insurance adjusters and defense lawyers on their own. While they may land on a settlement agreement, it is possible the amount is far lower than what is possible. Insurance adjusters are working on claims and defense lawyers are negotiating lawsuits every day. With a lawyer on your side, you will be advised on what amounts could be achievable, making it possible to sidestep low-ball offers and achieve maximum compensation.

Education, Knowledge, and Experience

In order to work as a licensed attorney, an individual is required to spend years studying local and federal law, as well as pass a rigorous Bar Exam. They are also required to undergo evaluation of their character and fitness in order to become licensed. Education, evaluation, and practice give a lawyer experience. They then have the knowledge needed to help others.

Becoming an attorney typically takes seven years of full-time studies. There are four years required to obtain an undergraduate degree followed by three years of law school. Then, a person is ready to study and pass the bar exam, followed by joining a firm or practicing law in another capacity. Attorneys hone their skills practicing within their chosen field or fields of law.

Each and every day that a personal injury attorney is working on insurance claims and lawsuits, they are elevating their understanding of the intricacies of federal and state laws concerning insurance. Just as insurance adjusters spend a lot of their time on claims, personal injury lawyers spend hours negotiating with them. These on-going relationships mean that when you are moving forward with a personal injury claim, an experienced lawyer can look at the details of your case and understand what is possible in terms of settlements and timelines.

Increase Your Chances of Success

If you are seeking damage recovery after a Sarasota car crash, a Florida car crash or other event resulting in injury, connect with a Sarasota personal injury lawyer. To get an idea of why working with a lawyer could be advantageous, ask the attorney about their success rate in similar personal injury situations. Ask questions and seek clarity on how the lawyer will help you achieve your goals and objectives.

Were you injured in a Florida accident and now need legal help with your personal injury claim or lawsuit? A seasoned attorney can help you secure compensation for losses such as medical fees and time off of work. Accidents can lead to complex legal negotiations. The personal injury lawyers at Hale Law can help. To schedule a free consultation, call at 941-735-4529 or contact us online. We don’t recover unless you do.

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