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3 situations an attorney can help you in

Self-reliance is one of the best qualities a person can have. When you are able and willing to advocate for yourself, you are likely to be safer and more secure in most situations. There are a number of instances, though, where it is necessary to rely on the expertise of a professional. You hire professional plumbers when you need their services, and similarly, you should hire a lawyer when you need legal help.

You might be wondering when exactly that is. There are a number of situations that call for help from an attorney. In each of the following three cases, a lawyer can help you better understand your case, recoup financial losses and seek justice after you have suffered an injury.

1. A motor vehicle accident

According to the Boulder Daily Camera, the car accident fatality rate for Boulder County is at its highest point in over a decade. One of the most important times to call a lawyer is when you have been in a car accident. Many people do not experience immediate symptoms of injury and thus neglect to involve an attorney, but no matter how serious your accident is, you should consult a legal professional. 

2. Harm caused by a product

When you purchase a product, you trust that its manufacturer has tested its safety rigorously. The last thing you would expect is that the item in question may, in fact, harm you. Unfortunately, however, this happens more frequently than it should. If you have suffered injuries from a product, you should seek both medical and legal advice.

3. An injury at work

Auto collisions are not the only circumstances that can cause injury, of course. Another common site for accidents is the workplace. Regardless of what industry you work in, you may suffer an injury. This may be due to negligence on the part of your employer, or it may be due to work that is inherently risky. Either way, an attorney may be able to help you handle the aftermath of an injury.

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