Dealing with Insurance Companies
Alpharetta Car Accident Lawyer
As emotionally and physically jarring as a car accident is, the mere act of reporting this accident to your insurance provider can only add further stress. The process of trying to obtain your due compensation can often be full of hangups. You may have to work your way through numerous automated messages only to get passed from one insurance adjuster to another. Any answer from them can require endurance, and getting a straight answer may seem like too much to ask from some companies.
You should not have to face the aftermath of a collision on your own. With a dedicated Alpharetta car insurance attorney on your side, you may have a greater chance of succeeding with a positive insurance settlement. Our attorneys at Kalka & Baer, LLC are more than willing and ready to help you negotiate with insurance companies as you seek restitution for your personal injury or
wrongful death claims.
Our Alpharetta Personal Injury Attorney Negotiating on Your Behalf
After you have called the police, gathered the other parties' contact information, taken pictures, and you are in stable health, you will need to report the accident to your insurance company. Before you do this, however, you will want to call your lawyer. Legal advice is a crucial component for protecting your best interests, as most insurance companies are reluctant to give out settlements. When you you're your insurance provider, report the basic facts of the car accident, and NEVER admit fault. Also, remember that any apologies to the other parties involved can be misconstrued by their insurance company as an admission of fault.
You will want to keep in touch with your attorney throughout each step of this process. You should consult with them as things develop, and never sign anything before you talk it over with them. One of the first things you should prepare for is talking with a claim adjuster. You will have to answer their questions and give a recorded statement. After this call, adjusters will then determine who is at fault for the accident. If you are deemed responsible, then your insurance should cover the other parties. If the other driver is at fault, then his or her claim adjuster may call you. You may be asked to give a statement, but you do not have to. In fact, it is probably best if you do not. The other insurance company may try to get out of paying you. Should you give a report to the other company, make sure that it is not being recorded.
Even if you have faithfully done your part, you may still have issues with insurance companies, including your own. Despite the fact that you have been responsibly making your monthly payments, insurance will always be reluctant to give out anything in a settlement. Your claim may be rejected, or insurance companies may even claim that you are getting the greatest offer possible, even though it is an extremely low settlement. Protect yourself from insurance bad faith. Work with a respected car insurance attorney from our firm.
Retain a Alpharetta Car Insurance Lawyer
Do not settle for unfair compensation or ill-treatment. If you get help from Kalka & Baer LLC, you can know that you have committed advocates on your side. We are ready to dispute insurance bad faith on your behalf and work to attain a positive end result. When you are faced with serious personal injuries and associated medical bills, pain and suffering, and perhaps lost wages, then you deserve the maximum settlement possible. We are committed to working tenaciously to get you the full amount you are owed, and we have a
successful track record of doing so for our clients. For
more than 20 years, we have been defending the rights of the injured and our outstanding services have not gone unrecognized. Our car accident attorneys have been selected for inclusion in Georgia
Super Lawyers® as
Rising StarsSM. This honor is granted to only 2.5% of lawyers in the entire state.
With our firm's representation, not only can you be free from worrying about your rights being protected, but you also do not have to worry about upfront costs. Our lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not pay unless we win. You can get started on your case today by filling out a free case evaluation.
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