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Facts to Keep in Mind After Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Things to Keep in Mind After Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

Usually, if not all the time, accident victims believe that hiring a personal injury lawyer is the ultimate answer to all their woes and compensation claim pursuit. The sad truth is that this is never the universal case and varies from one point to another. Consider the following issues to keep in mind after hiring a personal injury lawyer in Chicago, IL.

Keep your lawyer updated.

For instance, if you finish your medical treatment, tell your attorney. If the defendant or someone working on behalf of the defendant tries to contact you, describe your attorney. If you receive additional medical bills or other documents that substantiate your damages claim, notify your attorney and send them copies of relevant documents. In case anything comes up concerning your claim, inform the lawyer. Click here to read about the Benefits of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer.

Don’t Talk To Anyone Else Apart from the Lawyer.

If you get a call from an insurance adjuster or someone you’re not familiar with, don’t talk to them about your case. If they have legitimate questions or concerns about your case, you can refer them to your personal injury attorney. On a related note, unless your attorney advises you otherwise, do not sign any document relating to your case, and do not change doctors.

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