Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Contact an Attorney
Posted on September 10, 2013
In the hours and days following an accident and/or serious injury, you may be confused, overwhelmed and realizing that you are badly hurt. You know that you should be compensated for your injuries and property damages, but you don’t know how much your case may be worth or how to go about working with the insurance company.
Insurance companies will have an adjuster call you in the days following an accident or injury. Although an adjuster may sound compassionate, and tell you that he or she can help you and that you don’t need an attorney, you need to remember the adjuster is working to save the insurance company money.
Insurance Adjusters Are Working to Save Their Company Money—at Your Expense
The reason why insurance companies do not want you to call a injury attorney is that they know they will have to pay out more money on your claim than if they were working with you alone. The insurance adjuster may already be prepared to offer you a monetary settlement so that he or she can close your case quickly and get away with paying you as little as possible.
Most people do not know the extent of their injuries right away or know how much their medical bills will cost. You need an experienced attorney to help you determine all the expenses you may incur, such as medical bills, lost wages, future lost income, pain and suffering, and more.
Choosing the Right Attorney for Your Case
Once you have decided to hire an attorney to represent you, it is important to make sure you feel comfortable with his or her experience and results.
Our professional and caring husband and wife legal team will be committed to working with you all the way through your case. We are experienced with all types of Florida injury cases, such as:
- Car accidents
- Truck wrecks
- Motorcycle and scooter crashes
- Defective tire accidents
- Work accidents
- Birth injuries
- Slip and falls
- And more