Even if you don’t want to reach out to a personal injury lawyer, there may come a time when this is your only option. In Baraboo, if you have been injured due to the negligence of another party, you owe it to yourself to recover as much compensation as possible.
A Baraboo personal injury lawyer can help in many ways, even if it is only to communicate with an insurance company to ensure that you are getting a fair shake.
Note: due to complex laws, your lawyer can step in to ensure that you are not being “taken” by an insurance company or another party.
Insurance Company Refusing to Pay?
In the event that an insurance company is refusing to pay, you only have two options:
- Communicate with the insurance company on your own, doing your best to get what is owed to you
- Hire a personal injury lawyer who has experience negotiating with insurance companies on behalf of injured parties
There are times when an insurance company refuses to make a reasonable settlement offer. No matter what you say or how much information you supply, they continue to “low ball” you in hopes of you accepting and subsequently going away.
In the event that no settlement is being offered, you definitely need to hire a personal injury lawyer. If this person is able to get any money for you, it is better than what you were able to obtain on your own.
Immediately following an accident in which you were injured due to the negligence of another party, you should first receive medical attention. Once you are stable and aware of your injuries, as well as what the future holds, you can begin to seek compensation.
With the help of a personal injury lawyer, it is often times easier to file a Baraboo personal injury claim and collect the money that you rightfully deserve. Krueger Hernandez & Thompson SC levels the playing field against insurance companies. Go to KH-LAW.NET to download your FREE Personal Injury Survival Kit.
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