Suffering from a personal injury could mean that your life is no longer the way that it used to be. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that their injuries are not serious enough to make it so that they can reliably get the result that they are looking for. Others might want to cash in, and get a settlement that is far beyond what they are owed which is essentially manipulating the legal system to meet your own ends, something that most lawyers and judges are going to look down on quite a bit.
Situations like this can make people feel like lying to their personal injury attorneys in Miami is the best course of action for them. They want their case to be taken seriously, after all, and lying can sometimes make something like this possible. However, your lawyer is on your side and if you lie to them you are setting them up for failure. If you have lead them to believe something that is untrue, this could come out in court and leave them looking incompetent.
What’s more is that if you have lied, this is going to reflect very badly on you as well. It will make the rest of your case seem extremely suspicious and cast a lot of doubts. Your legitimate injuries that need compensation might not be taken as seriously as they need to be anymore. Hence, by trying to mislead your lawyer you will only have managed to make it even more difficult for them to do their job. What this means is that you will have officially done a lot more harm than good and potentially even cost yourself your settlement.