- June 25, 2013
- In personal Injury
The majority of Americans spend thousands of dollars each year on insurance. But because most of us never suffer the large losses, we may have very little experience in dealing with insurance companies. Many people don’t realize that insurance companies only have one goal, to avoid paying on claims, even to their own insured. And when they have to pay up, they will do everything they can to get you to sign the release and discharge your rights before you even know what they are.
In order to avoid these cheap tactics and games the insurance companies like to play, you need to hire an experienced Orange County accident attorney to deal with the insurance company and get you the just compensation that you deserve.
Generally speaking, whether an accident victim will recover the full compensation they are entitled to largely depends on the individual’s own knowledge of his or her rights. And since most victims are either unaware of the full extent of their rights or may be too busy dealing with their injuries, the insurance adjusters will take advantage of the situation by tricking the claimant into signing a release that places the claimant at a major disadvantage.
In short, insurance companies and adjusters are not sympathetic to the rights of injured claimants. This is precisely why you need to have an experienced Orange County accident attorney on your side that will have your best interests in mind and advise you of all of your rights before you enter into any settlement agreements.
We Can Help
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. At the Law Offices of Samer Habbas, our legal team is dedicated to getting you the maximum compensation you and your family deserve for the injuries you have suffered.To schedule a free consultation with Orange County accident attorney Samer Habbas, please call (888) 848-5084 today.
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