John Mobley - Car Accident AttorneyWhy Do I Need to Hire a Lawyer After an Auto Accident?

If you have been injured in an auto accident that was not your fault, you could be entitled to financial compensation for damage to your vehicle, injuries you received, lost wages, medical bills and more. If you don’t want to be paid or you know all about insurance and have plenty of free time to pursue your claim, you don’t need to worry about a car accident lawyer. Most people, though, want to be paid and don’t have the time or knowledge to pursue a claim. Auto accident attorney John Mobley specializes in car accident claims and will fight for your compensation.

As soon as you file a claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company, teams of lawyers and adjusters go to work to evaluate your claim. They could deny your claim or offer you just a few dollars to say they made an offer. Without an auto accident attorney in your corner, you are fully at the mercy of the insurance company and its attorneys. It is always in the best interest of the insurance company to give you as little compensation as possible.

An auto accident lawyer knows how to deal with insurance agencies and isn’t afraid to fight for what you deserve. Your attorney has the education, experience and time to pursue your claim.

Keep in mind that all personal injury and auto accident injury attorneys are not the same. Many attorneys are what’s known as advertising attorneys. They rely on heavy advertising to bring in large volumes of clients. Then they accept whatever settlement is offered, take their share and move on to the next client. Most of these attorneys have never even litigated a case in court and have never been to trial on behalf of a client.

John Mobley is a trial attorney with an extensive statewide trial practice. He is experienced in going to court for his clients and fighting for their rights and their compensation. If you have been injured in an auto accident, contact experienced auto accident attorney John Mobley today. There is no charge to discuss your case, and most cases are taken on a contingency basis, meaning you don’t pay us unless we get you compensated first.

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