DEFINITION: An advocate is a person who openly or publicly supports a particular cause. The word comes from the Latin verb advocare, meaning “to summon,” or “to call to [one’s aid].” An advocate is a helper, someone who not only stands by you, but also stands up for you. Someone who takes upon him or herself your cause, whatever it may be. You can call upon him or her, and he or she will come to your aid. An advocate is there for you when you need help, and he or she does things for you that you are unable to do for yourself.
What will an Advocate do for You?
Your personal injury attorney at Driggs, Bills, and Day is exactly that—your advocate. As your advocate, we are always there for you. We are ready to come to your aid when you need help standing up for yourself against the insurance companies who refuse to treat you fairly. When you have been injured in an accident, you need an advocate on your side. The insurance companies are nearly impossible to work with if you try facing them on your own; you will get nowhere with them. They will bully you, take advantage of you, disrespect you, and cause you even more stress. Being involved in a personal injury accident is bad enough, and fighting the insurance company on your own can be too much to handle. You can be sure that you will not get a fair settlement or the compensation you are owed without an experienced legal advocate helping you fight back. You need an adviser who knows the law and has experience fighting cases like yours.
Your personal injury lawyer at The Advocates law firm will protect your rights and be there for you every step of the way.
Let The Advocates at Driggs, Bills, and Day go to work for you. If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you do not have to fight it alone. There are challenges and tasks that you cannot face on your own. When you have an Advocate on your side, you have a teammate who will take on the challenges and help you conquer the impossible. Your attorney will be your friend, ally, adviser, helper, and much more.