After a car accident, it is important to file an insurance claim as soon as possible. However, you have to be careful about what you say to the insurance adjuster. They are employed by the insurance company and are trained to use what you say against you to try to devalue your claim.
If you were injured in a car accident, it is important to seek help from a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. He or she can deal with the adjuster on your behalf to defend your rights. The Maryland car accident lawyers at The Law Offices of Peter T. Nicholl can discuss your rights in a free legal consultation.
Insurance adjusters are often eager to talk to car accident victims so that they can gather information to use against you. They may twist information you give them to deny your claim or offer you a low settlement. However, they do not come right out and say this when they talk to you. They do not inform you of your legal rights and are not interested in protecting them.
Sneaky insurance adjusters often get this information by using tactics such as:
If you deal with an adjuster, it is important to know what to say – and not to say – to the adjuster:
When an insurance adjuster is trying to contact you, it is often a sign that you need to contact an experienced personal injury lawyer who can protect your interests.
Our Maryland personal injury attorneys are experienced professionals with ample experience in negotiating fair settlement offers. We can handle communications with the insurance company. We can also take the lead in negotiating a fair settlement on your behalf.
Before talking to an insurance adjuster, contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation case consultation. We will not charge any costs or fees unless you are compensated.