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12/04/2013
By: Richard S.
Hanson & Hanson
I have known Mitchell Hanson and family for over 30 years and know what a great law firm he and his brother have created. I was in a bad truck accident a few years ago and Mitchell helped me with my case long distance out here in Arizona. His overall knowledge of the different state laws was truly beneficial to my case. He gave me the tools to personally negotiate a couple of medical liens against me that proved invaluable and put a lot more money in my final settlement. Mitchell showed me all the ways the insurance company would try to shortchange me. My family and I are forever grateful to Hanson & Hanson and I would highly recommend them to family and friends.
10/04/2013
By: adonica.struhar
Hanson & Hanson
I have known Mitchell for over 20 years; my husband and I have asked him to help us a few different times. Every time he was approachable and empathetic to our situations. He was always available for support and advice via telephone or email, and we felt confident that his guidance was the best anyone could provide. On each occasion, we were very thankful for his caring personality and knowledgeable guidance.
Tips & Advices
This can vary depending on a variety of factors, including  the severity level of the injuries, if and when a lawsuit is filed, and how long it takes for a settlement to be agreed upon. The case can go on for many months depending on the seriousness of the accident and if there are major liability disputes between the parties involved.
  • Ask for referrals: Find out if anyone you know has ever had an accident attorney, and if so, what was their service like? Would they recommend them?
  • Research lawyers: How much experience do they have? What is their success rate? What is their level of willingness to go to trial? Do they specialize in auto accident law? Are there any peer reviews from other attorneys or clients available?
  • Know your budget: Employing an attorney can get costly, and some are more expensive than others. Have a budget in mind and find an attorney that won’t exceed it.
Call the police if someone is injured or if the damage to property is extensive.
  • License plate number, contact information, and insurance provider of other driver
  • What happened during the accident
  • If the other driver is intoxicated
  • Weather conditions
  • How many witnesses there are, as well as their names and phone numbers
Some states have a statute of limitations on when auto accidents can be reported. In addition, insurers often have specific time windows during which claims can be filed. Check with your insurer and local DMV for more information.

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