Reasons You Need A Certified Specialist On Your Side
After a serious accident, hiring a lawyer may be the last thing on your mind. You may even wonder if you really need an attorney. Can’t you just talk to the insurance company yourself and get your medical expenses covered?
At Smith, Feddeler & Smith, P.A., we have worked with many people throughout Florida who have had such questions. It’s natural to be uncertain about what to do next after an injury. However, we strongly believe that having a personal injury or workers’ compensation lawyer represent you truly is the best choice you can make.
Here are three reasons to get an experienced legal professional on your side:
- You’re already up against a team of lawyers who are working against you. The insurance companies have their own legal departments and their own investigators. They use these resources to help combat personal injury and workers’ compensation claims. If you are hit by a semitruck, for instance, you can count on the fact that the insurance companies will start working immediately to discredit your case.
- Even if you’re offered a settlement, it’s probably not what you deserve. In many cases, the insurance company will offer you a certain amount of money to settle the case. The amount may seem generous, but insurance carriers are out to make money, not give it away. To make sure you’re receiving full compensation, you need someone advocating for you.
- It’s easy to make mistakes on your own. Saying the wrong things, doing the wrong things or ignoring the strict deadlines can jeopardize your case. It’s worth it to have a knowledgeable professional guiding you through the process.
What About The Cost Of Hiring An Attorney? FREE Consultation!
We only get paid if we obtain compensation for you. It’s as simple as that. We’re staking our paychecks on the belief that we will be successful. You don’t have to pay anything upfront, and our fees will be subtracted from your ultimate award or settlement.
At Smith, Feddeler & Smith, P.A., we have an extensive history of service and results in injury-related cases in Lakeland and statewide. Call us today for your free consultation: 800-200-7546. You can also contact us online.
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Our Practice Focus
- Workers’ Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Why You Need A Lawyer
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Dangerous Property Conditions
- Wrongful Death
- Brain Injuries
- Personal Injury Information
- Understanding a Personal Injury Journal, Tampa Injury Lawyer
- After Your Injury
- Paying Bills Later
- The Defendant
- Discovery Requests
- Request For More Documentation
- Personal Injury Journals
- Valuing Your Lakeland Personal Injury Case Based on Medical Bills and Records
- Stalling Tactics Used by Insurance Adjustors
- Common Techniques Used By Claims Representatives
- Special Damages Vs. Pain And Suffering
- Evaluating Claims
- How Much Is My Case Worth?
- Social Security Disability
- Employment Disputes
- Unlawful Retaliation
- Overtime & Wage Disputes
- Employment Law Information
- Successful Deposition Testimony
- Initial Stages of Your Employment Claim
- When Are Mental Exams By the Defense Allowed to Be Used on an Employee?
- Getting Ready For Your Deposition
- Title VII: Protected Categories
- Title VII’s Prohibitions
- The Use of Direct Evidence to Establish Retaliatory Intent
- Arbitration Favors Employers (Not Employees)
- The Value Of Emotional Distress
- How Lakeland Employment Lawyers Evaluate Cases
- Limit Discussion of Your Employment Case