Some accident victims are accepting lower settlements because they are feeling anxious. Find out how to avoid this and get the compensation you deserve.
Some accident victims are accepting lower settlements because they are feeling anxious. They are letting the fear of these unprecedented times due to the coronavirus affect their decisions. Find out why you shouldn't let fear affect your personal injury claim.
You were in a terrible car accident about a month ago right when the coronavirus was hitting the news and beginning to affect all of our lives. You have injuries, but thankfully they aren't catastrophic, but you will need medical treatment, and your bills will be expensive.
There may be a lag time before you can get the treatment you need, and you can find out the extent of your injuries, which will determine what your car accident claim is worth. Try not to let the fear affect the outcome of your claim.
It isn't uncommon for the defendant's insurance company to contact you with a low settlement. This happens all the time. During the coronavirus, it's happening even more often. Insurance company's think that accident victims will be willing to settle for much less than they deserve. Don't let this be the case. You should speak with an experienced personal injury attorney who will advise you on how to handle your legal matter during these trying times.
A car accident can be traumatic, to begin with, and fears of the pandemic can make you more anxious to get your car accident claim finalized. We will describe how insurance companies will try to affect the outcome of your claim, so you can worry less knowing you have a knowledgeable and dedicated legal team on your side.