Insurance adjusters learn about each claimant’s demand by reading each claimant’s demand letter. Typically, an adjuster will note one or more weaknesses in that same letter. Hence, the adjuster’s next move consists of alerting the claimant to the observed weaknesses. (more…)
Category: Personal Injury FAQ’s
Should You Add Special Circumstances To Your Damages?
Sometimes an attorney’s awareness of a client’s special circumstances can push him/her to increase the size of the requested award for damages. (more…)
What Do I Do As My Claim Was Denied By The Insurance Company?
The answer is that it depends on your circumstances. You may want to head straight for the legal system if your deadline is fast approaching. However, if you don’t mind dealing with the insurance company for eternity and want to receive monthly payments, then an internal appeal is your best bet. (more…)
What If My Car Accident Was Caused By Drowsy Driving?
It’s a common occurrence, you are tired but you have to keep driving to make it in time or if you are driving on a long trip, the consistent motion, the sound of the wheels turning, and a lack of sleep will make you feel drowsy. When you feel drowsy, your reaction can be delayed. (more…)
Who Should Be Target of Lawsuit Following A Car Accident?
Some motorists do not know whether to sue the responsible driver or the same driver’s insurance company. They are left confused and traumatized with no clue how to claim damages that they are entitled to. That is why they need to quickly consult with a personal injury lawyer to ensure that no evidence is lost that can make their claim successful. (more…)