Shortly after a car accident, you will may be contacted by an insurance adjuster offering you a quick settlement. This offer may be rendered before you have completed treating or you have received a full diagnose. Although you may be in a precarious position and need the money urgently due to mounting medical expenses, it is generally never prudent to accept this quick offer.
The amount of compensation you receive hinges on a plethora of differing factors. These factors include such things as the injuries who have been diagnosed with, the amount of medical expenses, and whether you have permanent disabilities or pain. By accepting a conjecture of these factors before they have been ascertained may consequently undervalue your claim. For this reason it would implore you to wait until your treatment is complete and you have fully healed before discussing settlement figures with the adjuster. This way you will receive full compensation for the extent of your injuries.
The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth are experienced with motor vehicle accident claims and can help you or someone you know who has been in a motor vehicle accident. We have a track record of recovering millions of dollars due to car accidents and helping clients recover from their traumatic experience. Our personal injury attorneys are licensed in Missouri and Illinois. We have logged thousands of hours on the phone with insurance companies and recovered millions of dollars for medical bills, pain and suffering, and property damage. We have over 95 years of combined experience. Please contact us at (314) 300-3000 or (800) 391-4318 for a no-obligation assessment of your potential motor vehicle case.
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