Battling Insurance Companies to Pay Automobile Accident Claims

Driving on our roads is a necessary risk we all have to take. In Texas we are required by law to buy auto insurance for our cars and trucks in order to compensate injured parties in the event we cause an accident. Unfortunately, insurance companies do not always adequately compensate those injured in serious collisions or the families of persons killed by negligent drivers. They prefer to pay as little as possible on legitimate accident claims when they can get away with it. If you don’t have a lawyer and have been offered compensation on a current claim, it is possible that you are eligible for cash damages many times what is being offered. Hiring an attorney especially in catastrophic damage cases can greatly increase the amount that you recover in your claim for damages.

Whether the accident was caused by reckless driving, mechanical error, and/or alcohol, you need a lawyer that understands insurance companies, can navigate liability insurance, PIP, medical pay, uninsured, and underinsured motorist coverage. You may be able to receive compensation, not only for property damage, but for medical costs, lost wages, future losses, impairment, disfigurement, pain and suffering and other damages. If you have been seriously injured in an accident, it is important that you contact an attorney so you fully understand your rights before proceeding with a claim.

Please feel free to contact The Law Offices of Brian White for additional information on vehicle collisions, truck accidents, and car crashes.  Don't think that if you have suffered serious injuries in an automobile collision that the insurance industry will take care of you or voluntarily pay you for all the medical bills, lost wages, pain & suffering, impairment, disfigurement, and other damages that you have suffered.  They probably won't.  In fact, many insurance adjusters will offer low settlement amounts hoping that you will sign away your claim prior to knowing the full extent of your damages.  I have also seen insurance adjusters will delay and allow the statute of limitations to run relieving the insurance company of any liability.

 

 

 

 



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