While establishing economic losses that have already happened (like medical bills and property damage) is a relatively straightforward process, the same is not true for future losses or noneconomic injuries like physical and emotional pain or suffering. The assistance of an attorney will ensure that you get the compensation to which you are legally entitled.
If you mistakenly say something that indicates partial liability, it could significantly affect the amount of compensation you end up receiving. When you retain a lawyer, he or she will communicate with the insurance company or the adverse party on your behalf, ensuring that you do not say or do anything to hurt your case.
Insurance companies are sophisticated parties that are in the business of denying claims and undoubtedly have an army of skilled insurance defense lawyers ready to litigate a case at the drop of a hat. As an accident victim, you need to prepared to take your case to trial, and Torgenson Law can help.