Absolutely! Even though the law on damages may initially appear to be simply structured, depending on the case, one can quickly encounter sometimes complex questions that can only be answered reliably by a competent lawyer / specialist lawyer.
This applies - not only but above all - for the "classic" of tort law: the traffic accident. The processing of the consequences of a traffic accident is often much more complex than the layman suspects.
Especially in case of personal injury unforeseen consequential damages can occur and the signature under a pre-formulated by the insurer compensation offer can have devastating consequences. Often underestimated topics are also the variety of different damage positions (eg compensation for pain, loss of income, budgetary damage, increased needs, etc.) as well as the relationship between the claims of the injured party against the injured party and claims against third party service providers (eg against a professional association).
The handling of allegedly easy-to-use pain callout tables also needs to be learned, which is why it is better left to a specialized lawyer / specialist lawyer. Depending on the individual case and severity level, values of 0, - up to several thousand euros, can be taken from the relevant compensation tables, for example for the typical "whiplash" accident sequence. Those who set too high endanger their claim; If you start too low, you'll end up giving away cash! Legal know-how and a sense of proportion are required here.