Find the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in California Near You
Choosing the right California personal injury lawyer is not an easy task. There are thousands of attorneys in The Golden State serving over 39,000,000 people that live here. We can help you find the right attorney to help you in your particular situation. Let’s cover some common questions people have about hiring an attorney.
How do I choose the right lawyer?
Look at their past results for an indicator of what they have been able to recover for past clients. While every case is different, if they have been able to recover large settlements and verdicts that is usually a sign that they have been successful in the past.
Are there California attorneys that will make home and hospital visits?
Yes, we know many attorneys who will come to you no matter where you are in the state of California. There is no fee for the lawyer to visit you, if they feel you have a good case then many attorneys will come to you no matter where you are in the state.
Should I hire an attorney before talking to the insurance company?
Maybe. You should at least talk to an attorney first and get their opinion. If you don’t have a good case or you are better off handling on your own, honest attorneys (yes, they do actually exist) will tell you so. It is dangerous talking to the insurance company because they are trained to ask you questions that can reduce the value of your claim. Some of the best personal injury attorneys in California that we know of have former insurance company adjustors working for them so they know exactly what to expect and how to negotiate with them in order to get the most money for your accident.
How much is my case worth?
This is a question everyone wants to know but the truth is every case is different. The more serious the injuries and costs associated with the accident, the more a case is worth. Factors like medical bills and healthcare costs, how much time was missed from work, how much income is the injured party losing by not being able to work, is it a permanent injury, etc. To get an idea, you need to have a conversation with a lawyer about your specific situation.