It makes sense to most of us: your personal injury case will not be resolved (and you will not receive a check) unless your attorney will commit time to working, developing, and pushing your case. Nothing will happen in your case unless your injury lawyer actually commits the time and effort towards resolving your case.
HOW IMPORTANT IS THE WILLINGNESS OF YOUR INJURY LAWYER TO COMMIT TIME TO YOUR CAR ACCIDENT CASE?
The time that your personal injury lawyer can commit to the pursuit of your recovery should be one of your primary concerns as you try to determine whether the lawyer is a good fit for your injury case. As it turns out, the larger the size of a law firm may actually hurt the amount of time that your injury lawyer can or will spend on your case. If a lawyer begins the case by delegating it off to multiple paralegals or secretaries, you should know that you'll most likely be not not be dealing with the lawyer throughout the case. The reason why it is essential for your lawyer do you have time to pursue your recovery is that there are certain tasks involved in the development of your personal injury case that can cause severe bottlenecks or roadblocks to successfully resolving the claims. For example, if there is a delay in seeking certain medical records or billing statements from a provider after your injury, that can cause the ways of two and three months before a settlement demand can be sent to the insurer for the at fault driver. Another example is reimbursements to Medicare or Medicaid. If your lawyer waits until after a settlement amount is reached in order to contact Medicare or Medicaid for reimbursement amounts, your payment will be significant delayed.
If you have questions about your car accident or personal injury case, contact The Sessions Law Firm today for a free consultation. Yes, we will make the time to come see you.