I’m Not Sure if I Need a Lawyer
Making a determination that you need a lawyer depends a number of variables. For instance, if you were clearly at fault in an accident in which you got injured, or if you were trespassing on someone’s property and was attacked and bitten by their dog, you may not have a case. Unfortunately, there are subtle nuances to every situation that may cast doubt or cause you to question whether or not you have a case. It is for this reason the attorneys at the law firm of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath at For Your Rights have compiled the following information to help answer this question.
If you are not sure that you need a lawyer, it is usually best to discuss the accident or situation with an attorney before moving forward with filing a case. A skilled lawyer can assist you to determine whether you have a legitimate claim, what to expect and if it is worth pursuing. In many instances, individuals underestimate the value of their injury or loss in an accident that was caused by others. Our legal team help to protect your quality of life for the present as well as the future.
You may need a lawyer if: