Important Questions to Ask Your Car Accident Attorney
September 13, 2021at9:30 PM
After you sustain an injury in a car accident, it feels like everyone has advice. Friends, family, and coworkers will offer opinions about what you should do to protect yourself–especially if you have ongoing medical issues or cannot work. But only experienced car accident attorneys can give you reliable legal advice that you can trust. As soon as you’re in an accident, it’s critical to reach out to an attorney to represent you.
When you retain the services of a car accident attorney, they’ll deal with the at-fault driver and their insurance company so you can focus on rest and recovery. It’s critical to contact an attorney as soon as possible while the circumstances of the accident are fresh in your mind.
When you meet with a car accident attorney, here are some questions to ask during the consultation.
What is your practice area of specialty?
Lawyers specialize in a wide variety of areas of law. A friend or family member may offer a personal recommendation for their lawyer or a lawyer they know. However, without a trial attorney experienced in car accidents and personal injury, your case won’t receive the necessary attention to get you a fair settlement.
Do your research and find a law group that specializes in car accidents and is comfortable going to trial. The car accident attorneys with Maxwell Tillman are experienced arguing personal injury cases in court, so they’re able to get their clients the settlements they deserve.
What is your success rate with personal injury cases?
Lawyers should be upfront with their success rate for your type of case, so you know your chances of succeeding.
Our well-known record is for our willingness to go to trial and 97.7% personal injury success rate.
How often do you go to trial?
Many law groups pressure their clients into settling for less than they deserve for their injuries, pain, and suffering because they’re hesitant to go to trial.
Maxwell Tillman has built a reputation for going the extra mile to get our clients the settlement they deserve––no matter the size of the insurance company we’re up against.
Who will handle my case?
It's disorienting to discuss your case with an attorney, build a rapport and trust, and then discover they’ve handed the case off to a junior partner.
We’re a small team of experienced trial lawyers. Your attorney will work one-on-one with you to explain the process, so you’ll always feel ready for what comes next.
How much will my case cost if we lose?
There’s nothing worse than facing expensive legal fees when you’re suffering in the wake of a car accident.
Our clients never pay us a fee unless we win. We’ve handled hundreds of successful car accident cases, pride ourselves on building solid and efficient cases, and never charge legal fees until we’ve secured a settlement.
Maxwell Tillman Trial Lawyers for the People is the car accident attorney Birmingham trusts.
We represent people at Maxwell Tillman with a 97.7% personal injury success rate. Regardless of the circumstances of your injury, we treat every case like it’s going to trial. Our method ensures our clients get the best possible settlement because insurance companies know we never “just settle.” When you are injured and unable to work, we’re here to help you manage the stress and find comfort in an equitable settlement for your pain and suffering.
We work across a range of practice areas, including dog bites, boating accidents, and slip & falls. As car accident attorneys in Birmingham, we have the experience, dedication, and expertise to get you the settlement you deserve. Schedule a consultation and never pay a fee unless we win.
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