It will usually ensure that a client maximizes the full extent of the value of the client’s loss, though not necessarily the net value of the loss (i.e. what the client actually may receive), because the client when retaining an attorney, must pay the attorney.
A lawyer is best able to evaluate a client’s claim, circumvent any mistakes a client may make in handling the claim, and ensure to preserve the most relevant evidence necessary to pursue the claim. Most importantly, an attorney can litigate a client’s claim through the court process if a settlement cannot be reached. It is litigation or even the threat of litigation (and the accompanying ability of a lawyer pursuing a client’s case through to its legal finality) that most likely ensures that the client realizes the receipt of the full value of the client’s loss.
A lawyer understands what losses a client can recover for and how to best effectuate a recovery. This process can be complex and perplexing for the average person. The lawyer brings the ability to litigate the case through finality which often enables the client to maximize a settlement, simply because a lawyer makes trial a real possibility.
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