When should I call a lawyer about my Dallas car accident case?


The first question is ‘do you really need a Dallas accident lawyer?’ If it is a simple accident with no injuries and very little property damage, you may not an attorney. On the other hand, it is always a good idea to speak with a lawyer when:

  • There is significant property damage
  • You have sustained serious injuries or long term injuries
  • You are unable to work because of your injury
  • A child was injured
  • A person has died
  • A person is left with a permanent or long-term disability
  • More than one party is at fault
  • You are accused of being partially at fault

It may also be a good idea to consult a Dallas car accident attorney if:

  • You may be partially at fault for the accident
  • You don’t know the value of your accident claim
  • You are asked to make a recorded statement
  • The insurance adjuster has made an offer that seems low
  • The insurance adjuster has offered a structured settlement
  • The insurance adjuster wants you to provide medical records that are not related to the accident
  • You are having difficulty documenting lost wages
  • The insurance company is stalling
  • Your claim has been denied

If you need a Dallas car crash lawyer, the best time to call is right away!  The sooner you call, the sooner the attorney can start preserving evidence, filling out paperwork, and dealing with the insurance adjuster on your behalf. To learn more, request a free copy of Accident Claim Do’s and Don’ts or call the Rasansky Law Firm at (214) 651-6100.



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Disclaimer: As a valued member of the Dallas community, Rasansky Law Firm’s goal is to improve the safety of all residents in the great state of Texas. These posts should not be viewed as a solicitation for business and the information included herein should not be taken as medical or legal advice. The photos used in this post are not representative of the actual crash scene.

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