Can I hire a lawyer after I have submitted a claim with my insurance company?
S.L,. Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney Answered 11 months ago | Contributor
You can retain an attorney. However, if you were at fault in the accident, it is unlikely an attorney will take the case. If the case is property damage only, it is also unlikely that an attorney will take the case.
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