When to Involve your Lawyer for an Auto Insurance Claim
If you find yourself to be a victim of a car accident you will soon find yourself involved with an auto insurance claim as well. These can be difficult waters to tread on your own. With the help of a Lawyer from Robinson, Seiler, Anderson & Fife, LC. in Provo you can find your way through these troubled waters with the advice and experience we have to offer. Listed below are some instances in which you will want to involve your lawyer during the auto insurance claim process.
When there have been Extensive Damage on Injuries
If the accident you were involved in caused serious damages and injuries, an attorney can certainly be helpful when it comes to filing a claim and handling settlements. If you have sustained injuries, the most important thing for you to do is recover. Leave the stress of dealing with the insurance companies, filling out paperwork and making numerous phone calls to your attorney.
Figuring out who is at Fault
If determining who caused the accident is something you are dealing with, an attorney can be hugely helpful. Lawyers like the ones at Robinson, Seiler, Anderson & Fife, LC. in Provo, who specialize in auto accidents will understand how to determine who was at fault. They will work with the law enforcement officials who handled your accident, look at police reports, assess the details at the scene of the accident and will speak with your insurance company and the other party’s insurance company. Your lawyer will be able to fight your case and present who was at fault for the accident with the expertise and knowledge you need.
If you are Unable to Work
If the accident you were involved in caused injuries that have left you unable to work, an accident attorney will certainly be able to help you. If you are left unable to work, you may lose wages, or there may even be a chance that you will lose your job. Your lawyer will speak with your insurance company and the other party’s insurance company to determine who is responsible for covering any wages that you may lose while you are recovering. Also, your attorney will be able to speak with your place of work, notifying them of the extent of your injuries and the laws that protect injured workers.