When you have been involved in an auto or vehicle accident you likely expect financial compensation that will make you “whole” again. You expect the compensation to pay your medical bills and repair or replace your car. You also expect compensation for harm or loss of other possessions damaged in the crash and payment for lost wages. You expect that this compensation will be paid by the insurance company of the driver who caused the auto accident.
Many people believe that the hero of an auto accident story is the insurance adjuster, who will ride in on a white steed and ensure that each person involved in the crash will be fairly and generously treated in a large settlement. Unfortunately, although the insurance company is required by law to meet the terms of your policy, the adjuster will not be working to pay you a large settlement for your hurts, harms, and losses. [Read more…]