If you have been injured in an accident, you have enough on your plate. You shouldn’t have to watch out for ambulance chasing scammers too. Unfortunately, it happens and it can be hard to differentiate a helpful
Samaritan from someone who is employed by a lawyer to get your information. Here’s what to watch out for:
- Any solicitors at the accident scene
- People at the accident scene “offering advice” about which attorney to use
- Letters you receive in the mail from attorneys who know you were in an accident
- People who claim they are representatives of “accident victim organizations”
The goal of ambulance chasers is to manipulate you into signing up for a lawyer. No respectable lawyer will approach you in this manner to get you to sign up for legal services. “Ambulance chasing” is unethical, and in Texas it’s illegal.
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