Video Summary

  • His answer is different from other attorneys' views, stating that it depends on the circumstances.
  • If the case involves minimal damage to the car, minimal injuries, and only a few hundred dollars in medical bills with no lost income, hiring an attorney may not be cost-effective.
  • However, if the case involves significant property damage, visible damage to the car, and substantial medical bills (thousands of dollars or more), hiring an attorney can be beneficial.
  • In any case, it is recommended to at least consult with an attorney to evaluate the situation and make an informed decision, as insurance companies often undervalue claims without legal representation.
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Kevin McManus is an accident injury and disability lawyer in Kansas City, MO, and Overland Park, KS