If you have been in any type of incident or accident, suffered injuries and now face the prospect of presenting insurance claims for your property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and other out-of-pocket losses, how does this work? Can you afford to try to go up against the insurance company on your own?
Handling your own Phoenix, Arizona personal injury case on your own is a bit dangerous. This is because the people you are up against (insurance companies) have been in the business for years. This might be your first claim.
Do you know what to say? Do you know what not to say? What if you make a mistake – could that seriously harm your case?
In dealing with the other insurance company on your own, you are playing with fire. The first thing the insurance company will want to do is to deny your claim and pay you nothing. If they are unable to completely deny your claim, then they will focus their efforts to pay you as a little as possible. They do this by getting information from you, which would they will then use against you later to pay you as little as possible.
What can you do?
If you have no experience in this area at all, then do not attempt to handle your own personal injury case on your own. Say the wrong thing or say too much, and I could seriously damage your case.
Look for an experienced Phoenix personal injury attorney to assist you with your case.
At Zachar Law Firm, in dealing with insurance companies:
WE control communications.
WE tell insurance companies what
WE want them to know and when WE want them to know it.
We don’t provide unnecessary information at any point in time. We control the flow of information and therefore, we control the manner in which your claim will be presented to the insurance company. They are not entitled to know everything (even though they think they are). And unfortunately, without having experience on your own in this area, it is very difficult for you to know the difference.
Please feel free to call Zachar Law Firm, your experienced Phoenix personal injury law firm, for a free consultation to discuss your case.