You have been in an accident. You hire an attorney, or you decide to handle the case on your own.
Eventually, you get to the point that the insurance company offers a settlement. They say it is their top offer, and you just don’t feel it is fair.
What are your options? Can you say no? If you do, what next?
Our forefathers resolved this question 229 years ago, in a document you may have heard of: The United States Constitution.
They established three (3) branches of government, one being the Judicial Branch. Yep. Our civil court system.
The purpose: To allow the people of the United States an 1) organized, 2) orderly and 3) peaceful system to resolve disputes.
You think your case is worth more than the insurance company is offering? Okay, you have rights. File a lawsuit. Is that “bad”?
Well. The insurance companies want you to think so. Why? Simple: They do not like being held accountable.
The court system is the most important system in the United States that keeps us safe and free; I am certain that our forefathers would all disagree with the insurance companies.
Don’t like the insurance company offer? Go to a higher power. File your lawsuit.
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