Leading Personal Injury Attorney Kevin Sprenz Shares Little-Known Facts That Get Your Bills Paid - Las Vegas, NV

Legal Insights podcast featured guest Kevin Sprenz, PI Lawyer and founding partner of Sprenz Law in Las Vegas, NV, revealed little-known facts that can get your bills paid when dealing with an injury case. For more information please visit http://www.sprenzlaw.com

In a recent episode of Legal Insights podcast, featured guest Kevin Sprenz, founding partner of Sprenz Law in Las Vegas, NV, revealed little-known facts that can get your bills paid when dealing with an injury case.

For more information please visit www.sprenzlaw.com

When asked to comment, Sprenz explained to listeners that, “Insurance companies are in the business of making money, not paying it out.”

A great way to help ensure a proper settlement when dealing with insurance companies, according to Sprenz, is getting concrete evidence.

Sprenz made the point that if someone is in a car accident, the victim should take pictures of both cars and their location at the time of collision.

When asked what would happen without concrete evidence, he explained, “Let’s say you get into an accident with someone who was at fault. You’ll call your insurance company, and they’ll call theirs. By the time that person gets home, they’ve already talked themselves into thinking the accident wasn’t their fault even though they admitted they were in the wrong at the scene, and they’ll say that to their insurance company.”

“Then, their insurance company will take their client’s word and begin fighting you.”

Sprenz continued, “However, if you have those pictures right at the beginning, then you can bypass this whole stage and focus on trying to recover your losses.”

Another point Sprenz raised during the podcast was that not all injury lawyers are made the same.

When asked to elaborate, he explained, “There are different types of attorneys: the billboard attorneys who do the commercials all the time and the attorneys who do pre-litigation and settle cases as fast as they can without going to trial." Another type of attorney is the trial lawyer. One that actually takes cases from the beginning all the way through litigation to a jury verdict. The amount of attorneys that actually do litigation and trials is very small.

The key message from Sprenz was that there’s normally only a handful of attorneys a plaintiff would want on an injury case fighting for them.

These are the lawyers that actually do trial work, file complaints, and force insurance companies to compensate victims to the full amount.

He added that selecting law firms not familiar with the process of an injury case and who don’t have the ability to go to trial can harm someone's chances of reaching a favorable outcome.

"These firms can drop the ball in certain areas without even knowing it. For example, they may not realize that it's important to know as soon as possible what the policy limits are, what types of injuries you have, when not to accept a settlement from an insurance company and instead prepare for trial, and the steps that go with that," he said.

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Contact Info:
Name: Kevin A. Sprenz, Esq.
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Organization: Sprenz Law
Address: 9960 W. Cheyenne Ave. Ste. 170 Vegas, NV 89129
Phone: 702-243-4900
Website: http://www.sprenzlaw.com

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