Negotiating with Your Insurance Company after an Arizona Car Accident
Dealing with an insurance company can be stressful especially if you have just been injured in an Arizona car accident. If you have been injured in a traffic collision in Arizona, you will have to submit a demand letter to the insurance company of the responsible party. After submitting your request you will have to negotiate with the insurance company to receive the compensation you rightfully deserve.
The initial phone call with the insurance company will involve both sides stating their demands. Injured victims must remember that insurance companies are highly profitable corporations and they do not rake in these profits by making generous payments to everyone who files a claim. In fact, insurance companies are notorious for going out of their way to reduce the value of a claim. Therefore, it is common for an insurance company to offer an amount much lower than the amount requested in a demand letter.
It would be in your best interest to seek the counsel of an experienced Phoenix personal injury lawyer, who will remain on your side, fight the insurance companies and ensure that you receive a fair settlement. It would be counterproductive for injured victims to rush into a settlement or hastily sign an agreement. Once you do so, you sign your rights away; the case is closed and you can no longer pursue any further damages. Remember, not all injuries sustained in a car accident surface right away. Injuries such as whiplash could become evidence days or even weeks after the incident. If you accept a settlement, you cannot claim damages for any required treatment or therapy expenses you may undergo later.
The reputed Arizona auto insurance dispute attorneys at The Breyer Law Offices P.C. work directly with insurance companies on behalf of our clients. We work diligently to present your case to the insurance company in order to help you receive just compensation. If the insurance company denies your claim or minimizes the value of your claim, we know how to fight them and stand up for your rights. Call us at 602-978-6400 to discuss your potential claim at absolutely no cost.
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