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Were you or a loved one injured in a car accident caused by someone else? If so, you may have already been contacted by an insurance adjuster attempting to settle your claim. It is important to know that the insurance company is not interested in fully and fairly compensating you for your losses. Insurance companies are focused on their profits, and the less they pay for their claims, the more it benefits their financial standing.
The attorneys at ALL Trial Lawyers, represent clients injured in car accidents in Diamond Bar and throughout southern California. We know that insurance companies work to minimize the value of their claims. In doing so, they often leave injury victims undercompensated and unable to pay for their accident-related medical bills and other damages. Our attorneys know how insurance adjusters operate, and we can help you get theR compensation that you deserve.
As mentioned above, we do not charge anything for your initial consultation and case evaluation. After we take on your case, we do not collect attorneys’ fees for our work on your claim until we have helped you win compensation from the defendant. We know that finances are often tight after a car accident due to medical bills, automobile damage, and missed work. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that our payment is a percentage of your settlement or trial award.
After an accident, you should say as little as possible until you have spoken with an attorney. This is especially true if an insurance company contacts you to ask about the accident and your resulting injuries. The insurance adjuster may seem sympathetic and like he or she is on your side, but that’s not the case. As discussed above, insurance companies want to pay as little as possible for their claims.
Insurance adjusters usually contact injured parties to ask questions about how the accident occurred and the extent of injuries sustained. Anything you say during an insurance interview can be used against you in the future. It is especially important not to admit fault, even if you think you may have been partially to blame for the accident. Insurance representatives will take any of your statements or admissions to justify denying or reducing the value of your personal injury claim.
California’s comparative fault laws benefit those who have been injured in car accidents because even if your fault contributed to the accident, you may still recover compensation from another at-fault party for your injuries and damages. Once responsibility has been allocated between parties, your compensation will be reduced by your percentage of fault. For example, if you were 20% at fault for your accident and the defendant was 80% at fault, the defendant will be responsible for paying 80% of your total injuries and damages.
The attorneys at ALL Trial Lawyers, have represented injured clients in car accident claims for more than 20 years. We know how challenging the financial recovery process can be when you are dealing with your physical and emotional recovery, and we can help. As soon as we take on your claim, we will begin investigating your accident and gathering important evidence to support your claim. Contact us today at (866) 811-4255 to schedule your free case consultation.
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