You May Need an Experienced Lawyer to Fight for Your Rights in an Insurance Claim
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Serious Injury Claims Involving Insurance Coverage Get Denied By Insurance Companies All the Time. But You Can Protect Your Rights.
Insurance companies have a duty to their shareholders, not the people who pay their premiums. It's often in the "best interest" of the insurance company to deny your claim, whether or not they have a good reason for doing so. Our lawyers have been on both sides; they have worked for the insurance companies, and both founding partners made the decision to represent only people when they saw how the insurance company stacks things up against the insured. The insurance company will have adjusters, nurse case managers, vocational specialists, and dedicated lawyers on their side to help them protect their bottom line. You should have an advocate protecting your rights as well.
We limit the number of clients we work with at any one time. All of these cases have time limits. And we limit the number of cases we file every year for three reasons:
1. Every client and case (including yours) is too important for us to do otherwise.
3. You and your family can never get the time back and you need your income and earning capacity protected.
Contact Our Experienced Lawyers Today to Get The Help You Need and DeserveContact us today at 202-303-3320 or send us a confidential email at [email protected] and we will schedule a time to talk about getting you answers, help solving your problems and protecting your rights.
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Key points on what to do after an accident:
Focus on your health and recovery. Make sure you’re taking the advice of your healthcare provider.
Don’t give statements or talk to the insurance companies. Your best interests may not necessarily be in their interest.
Compile and make sure that any photos related to the incident are safe and will be accessible to you should they become relevant later.
If your medical expenses exceed what is available from auto insurance coverages or if you believe you may not be able to maintain your current standard of living due to loss of income or long-term injuries, consult an attorney to decide if legal action is a necessary part of your recovery.