Posted on Jan 21, 2020

Carabin & Shaw P.C.

Inadequate Settlement Offers from an Insurance Company
There are many instances where an insurance adjuster will try and get an injury victim to accept a settlement that won’t come anywhere close to properly compensating that victim for all the expense, pain, suffering and more that he or she has suffered. This is especially true of adjusters preying on injury victims who do not have legal help. The only purpose of this kind of low-ball offer is that an insurer knows there is every chance it will wind up having to pay a great deal more money in a trial. If you have received such an offer, you can almost guarantee that you have a substantial amount more coming to you. NEVER sign any sort of document handed to you by an insurance company without having a lawyer by your side. If you should sign a waiver of liability or some other document that eliminates your right to sue in the future, you have signed your case’s death warrant. Not even the ghost of Clarence Darrow, or the world’s greatest living lawyer, could do anything to help you if that happens. If you enlist the help of an experienced accident attorney will shield you from the tactics insurance companies use to fleece injury victims and will make sure it offers you a truly equitable settlement that compensates you fairly for the harm that has befallen you. You need not short-change yourself.
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