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Isn’t My Insurance Company Looking Out for My Best Interests?

In an effort to illustrate why you probably shouldn’t deal with insurance companies without a lawyer on your side, let’s play make-believe.

Let’s pretend you are the head of a large profitable company. An insurance company. The competition on the insurance company playground is tough. Some don’t always play fair and they’ll do anything to take business (translation: money) away from your insurance company. Even if it means trying not to pay out money to accident victims.

Experience has taught us that the insurance company playground can have its share of bullies. Bullies who have been known to try to take money away from accident victims, just like schoolyard bullies try to take candy from little kids! And just as appalling, some clients may not even know they’re being bullied into giving away their candy!

Here’s a perfect example1 as recalled by one of our negotiators:

“We often hear about some insurance adjusters who will put $500 checks and releases on the cars of people who have been in wrecks to encourage them to take the settlement money. If the people sign the checks, sometimes there’s nothing we can do. They don’t realize they’re signing away their rights. This happens a lot in the Latino community because the releases and checks are in English.”

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Years of experience has taught us a painful lesson. Sometimes, some insurance companies (and others) don’t play nice. We won’t stand for that kind of abuse of the system, the laws, and especially our clients – 30,000 for whom we’ve recovered over $600 million total since 1997!*

If you’ve been injured and you feel like you’re getting the run-around from the insurance company, contact us right now or call 1-866-900-7078. We’re here 24/7, and we will evaluate your situation for FREE over the phone or online.