How Can a Car Accident Lawyer Help Me?
Fort Worth car accident lawyer Coby L. Wooten realizes how much this question matters to accident victims. Deciding whether to hire a lawyer is a major decision. Before you commit, it makes sense that you want to know if it's worth the effort. We understand you may have more questions than answers after being involved in even a minor car accident. That's why we've compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions explaining how our Fort Worth car accident law firm can help you.
- Do I need to hire a lawyer if I'm involved in a car accident?
- Can a lawyer help me fill out paperwork after an accident?
- Can a lawyer negotiate with insurance companies?
- My accident wasn't my fault. Can I file a lawsuit?
- How much does it cost to hire a lawyer?
You don't need to hire a lawyer, but having an experienced car accident lawyer on your side may help you get more money in your pocket. Hiring an attorney is especially important when your accident has caused injuries or significant property damage. Without the help of a lawyer, insurance companies may try to take advantage of you. They may even try to bully you into accepting a fast settlement that doesn't cover the long-term cost of your accident. We don't think that's fair. Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C. offers every prospective client a free case evaluation. From there, it's up to you to decide if we're the right law firm for you. We believe we are. Case results matter here.
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Yes. Fort Worth car accident lawyers can assist in filling out insurance company-required paperwork after an accident. We understand you might have never filed a claim before. We understand that it can be overwhelming when insurance companies use confusing language and require large amounts of paperwork to be filed on tight deadlines. Insurance companies deal with car accident claims every day. That's why some insurance companies may try to pay you as little as possible after your accident. We can make sure you submit the most accurate and detailed information possible - while not falling for the tricks insurance companies play to keep money out of your pocket.
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After an accident, you may find that you're pressured, even bulled by insurance company adjusters and other representatives into accepting an unreasonably low settlement that doesn't cover the true cost of your injuries. However, just because they've made the offer doesn't mean you have to accept it. Attorney Coby L. Wooten, P.C. has two decades of experience negotiating with insurance companies to obtain maximum compensation for each client. We've successfully obtained significant settlements and verdicts for our clients - and we have the case results to prove it.
Yes. After speaking with an attorney, you may find you have grounds to file a lawsuit against the negligent party who caused your accident. Attorney Wooten will work with you to file a lawsuit in the appropriate court. That decision is ultimately up to you, and we will only do so at your discretion, after every possible legal option has been explored. That's why we're here - to provide you with sound legal guidance and fight for the compensation you deserve.
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Some lawyers charge by the hour. Attorney Coby L. Wooten thinks differently. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay if we win your case. That's because we believe that injury victims in Texas have a right to access the state's court system - without having to worry how to pay for it. We only win when you win. Contact us today.
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You have rights. Contact Coby L. Wooten today
You might think that you don't need a lawyer. You might think that your case is a simple and straightforward legal matter. Don't be so sure. Even the simplest cases can quickly spiral out of control and leave victims feeling powerless. Contact Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C., today. Call (866) 408-0940 to schedule an appointment with a Fort Worth car accident attorney. Your initial consultation is free and we don't get paid unless we win your case. That's because we work on a contingency fee basis.