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Why do you need a car accident lawyer?  It doesn’t matter if it is your first accident or your second accident this month.  You need a car accident lawyer.

There are over 6,000,000 auto accidents a year in the United States.  In Texas over 3,000 of those accidents resulted in death.

Car Accident Lawyer and Insurance Company

If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, you will be dealing with an insurance company.  Most of us think that the insurance will treat us fairly and help to settle our claim.  Unfortunately, this is very seldom the case.

Over the last few decades insurance companies have continuously increased their profits.  They do this lowering the settlements.  At the beginning, the reductions were very small.  Most people hardly noticed.  But, more recently, they make insulting offers forcing you to sue to get a fair settlement.

This is were your car accident lawyer comes in.  The insurance company knows your lawyer.  Insurance companies know when it is likely that a lawsuit will be filed.  A lawsuit will increase the costs to the insurance company.  This reduces their profits.  So, they will work with your attorney.  This is usually with a quicker larger settlement.

Types of Insurance

Your car accident lawyer will understand the different types of insurance.  If you have been involved in an accident, you may have different types of claims that can be made.  For instance, personal injury protection (PIP), under insured motorist (UIM), or even workers’ compensation.

You will be asked a lot of questions by your car accident lawyer.  You may not understand why they are asking some of these questions.  We are trying to make sure that we get you all the coverage that you have available.

Conclusion

If you have been in a serious accident, use a car accident lawyer to help with your claim.  The insurance company will tell you that you do not need one.  But, if you go to court, you will see that the insurance company will use an attorney.  Let that sink in.