The Type of Injury Accident Lawyer to Hire When Going Against Insurance Companies
Man: What should I look for when hiring the right accident injury attorney? Jack Hirsch has been practicing injury and wrongful death law for over 30 years. He has handled thousands of cases exclusively representing accident injury victims. He is a State Bar of Arizona certified specialist in accident injury and wrongful death cases. He has been selected to Super-Lawyers, Arizona’s Finest Attorneys, American Board of Trial Advocates, and America’s top 100 Attorneys.
Jack: Hello, my name is Jack Hirsch. Thank you for taking the time to watch these videos. I am a Phoenix accident and injury lawyer that has practiced in this area of law for over 30 years. I am a certified specialist in accident injury and wrongful death cases by the state of Arizona. The purpose of these videos is to answer the question, what should I look for when hiring the right accident injury attorney?
They’re many lawyers handling accident injury cases in Arizona. It is very important you have an experienced attorney handling your injury case. Insurance companies care more about profits than people. In order for an insurance company to be more profitable, they must charge more in premiums and pay out the least amount possible to those injured. Insurance companies are not interested in paying you a reasonable amount. They want to pay you as little as possible, which means more profits for the insurance company.
Experienced, reputable, and compassionate accident injury lawyers fight against the insurance companies and its lawyers. Excellent lawyers fight to get the most compensation for their clients. We have over 70 years combined experience in handling cases such as yours and have successfully resolved thousands of cases. We have recovered over $100 million for our clients. We have litigated over 3,000 cases over the last 30 years. We are caring and compassionate attorneys. We will fight to get you the compensation you deserve and charge the lowest contingency fee percentage in Arizona.