Accidents can be complicated events. If you have been in an accident and are to the point of dealing with an insurance company, you have more than likely either finished your medical treatment or are well on your way to doing so. If not, you should complete your medical treatment first before speaking with an insurance company. An insurance company should not be pushing you to settle your claim until you have completed all medical treatment.
You should only be dealing with an insurance company to settle any property damage you may have before you complete your treatment.
If you are being contacted by an insurance adjuster for any reason other than settling a property damage claim, you should have the information you need to protect your rights. Insurance companies and their adjusters are out to protect their bottom line, which means hurting yours. Insurance companies won't tell you everything you need to know, but we will! You have a right to have your medical bills, lost wages, property damage taken care of. You also have a right to be compensated for your injuries, which includes pain and suffering. Do not let the insurance adjuster take advantage of you. We have the information you need!
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