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Don’t sign insurance papers right away and, when you do, know what you are signing. One wrong decision cost one person $100,000! I won’t reveal his name, but this mistake was catastrophic, particularly since he was seriously injured. He had a clear liability case. His family repeatedly said that maybe he needed to hire a lawyer, but he put it off thinking, “I have a lot knowledge.” “I can get it all done and save money.” “It would be too hard to find the right lawyer.” These excuses were enough to keep him from making the right call. Eventually, after enough cajoling, he acted. He called me only to discover it was too late. He had signed a release without giving proper notice to his own insurance company. He discovered, to his horror, that the under-insurance company was off the hook for thousands of dollars, he had lost One Hundred Thousand Dollars!
Insurance forms will fill up your mailbox after a car accident like political postcards during the primary season. Should you sign these forms? The answer is no, at least, not at first. Never sign something you don’t understand. We can give you some general background information that will help you figure this out. Before you sign any documents, authorizations, releases, or contracts, it would be smart to discover if this is the kind of case you should handle on your own without a lawyer. Certain types of minimal injury or property damage claims you can handle on your own and will probably get to the same place with or without a lawyer. I will not take your case unless I believe I can add value over and above what you can get on your own. There are certain cases with serious injuries you can handle on your own because if there is limited insurance and no chance to recover a judgement you will end up in the same place. However, for other matters that are more complicated involving proof of liability, future damages, uninsured or under-insured issues, policy limits, or when the insurance company makes a low-ball offer, you will probably need an attorney. Sometimes cases fall somewhere in the middle, and folks will hire a lawyer because they know it’s just a hassle to deal with all the red tape themselves. This FREE BOOK can help you know the difference.
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