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Do I need to hire a lawyer soon after my injury?

While not legally required, hiring a lawyer soon after you are injured is a really good idea. It is often important to get “requests to preserve evidence” letters out to the at-fault defendant before they start losing or intentionally destroying evidence. In car wreck cases, the involved insurance policies often require timely notice of the incident and injuries in order to preserve the right to pursue the coverage afforded by the policy.

As an experienced injury attorney, nothing is more frustrating than coming into a case where the insurance defense attorneys have had a significant head start in gathering evidence on the claim. Don’t risk jeopardizing the valuable evidence in your case, call or text us today.

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