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When Should You Hire a Car Accident Attorney? January 4, 2019

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When Should You Hire a Car Accident Attorney?, Boston, Massachusetts

Each year in the United States alone, some 20 to 50 million people are injured in car accidents. This astoundingly high number underscores how crucial it is for anyone involved in a serious motor vehicle crash to enlist the help of an attorney. A lawyer will fight for your rights to secure the best possible outcome and maximal compensation. Though legal counsel is always beneficial, below are three circumstances in which their guidance is especially vital.

Indeterminable Fault 

In some car accidents, the issue of fault is fairly straightforward. But this isn't the case with every crash, as a variety of factors come into play to determine who is responsible for the costs associated with the incident. In some situations, for instance, both parties could be found to have played a role in the accident, or one party could challenge the charge that they were negligent. If either of these scenarios describes your circumstances, an attorney's services are essential; they have the expertise and resources to launch an effective investigation to find evidence to support your claim.

Major Injuries or Vehicle Damage

car accidentA minor fender-bender that results in no injury and little vehicle damage can often be ironed out between insurance companies. Larger-scale accidents, however, demand a lawyer's guidance. Medical care is expensive, and an insurance company could deny your claim. Also, if your car suffered major damage or was declared a total loss, you may only recoup a fraction of the cost of its repair or replacement from an insurer. Car accident attorneys know how to deal with insurance companies and advocate on your behalf to get the resources you need and deserve.

Admission of Fault

In the hectic aftermath of a car accident, you may have inadvertently admitted fault for the incident. Doing so is a mistake, especially if there was no formal investigation into the crash. Often, extenuating factors can absolve you of at least some of the responsibility. But, if you have already admitted fault, a lawyer will work to shield you from shouldering the maximum amount of liability.

 

If you've been involved in a motor vehicle crash, enlist the support of a legal professional. The car accident attorneys at Bellotti Law Group, PC, have been serving clients in Boston, MA, for over 25 years, offering quality counsel and representation through every step of the process. They also assist in criminal and family law matters. Call (617) 778-1000 or visit them online today to set up a free consultation.

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