The Responsibilities of Your York Personal Injury Attorney

If you have recently been injured in a car accidenttruck accidentmotorcycle accident or in any other type of accident in the York area, having a personal injury lawyer on your case may not have been your first instinct. You will immediately seek medical treatment and patiently recover from your injuries, innocently awaiting the day that your medical bills will arrive. When they do, where will you turn?

The legal team at Ilkhanoff & Silverstein provides you with a list of responsibilities of your York personal injury lawyer, and the benefits of having a skilled attorney on your side.

Your personal injury attorney will protect your rights. While you may believe that insurance companies care about injury victims and intend on giving these victims the settlements that they deserve, this is untrue. Insurance companies are simply businesses, with the intention of saving as much money as possible.

Your lawyer will fight and negotiate while you recover from your injuries. Your attorney should believe in putting forth an aggressive effort to ensure the best possible outcome in your case while you rest in the comfort of your home or a recovery facility.

Your attorney should be able to litigate in and out of court rooms. At Ilkhanoff & Silverstein, the legal team has over 30 years of collective trial experience that we use to the advantage of our clients both in and out of a court room.

Your lawyer should fight to maximize your claim. After meticulously combing through all of the evidence, your legal representative should be able to find every single piece of damage, every injury and all non-economic damages as well.

To retain the services of the York personal injury attorneys from Ilkhanoff & Silverstein, call us today. We offer a free case consultation and can provide you with information and your rights!

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