why does the insurance company make offers when dealing wit ha case?
IS IT ALWAYS BETTER TO REFUSE THE FIRST OFFER ,FROM THE INSURANCE, CAN I TRUST MY LAWYER ON THAT ? WHEN SHOULD I TAKE THE OFFER FOR SETTLEMENT????
Asked By: gomesjerardo - 5/8/2008
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The first offer that the insurance co. makes is they feel you will take the money and run by doing this they don't have to pay for your future medical bills on your injury In turn saves them money... More
Answered By: Marcus B - 5/9/2008
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"can I trust my lawyer on that'. Apparently you have hired an attorney. As such, you will be paying him at least 1/3 (33%) of any settlement you get. Since you are paying him a huge chunk of money.....ask him your questions.
Answered By: MSAD - 5/8/2008
You're paying your lawyer for professional services. If you don't trust your lawyer, that they know what they're doing, fire them, and hire a different lawyer. And remember, the company is NEVER going to offer more than the policy limits.
Answered By: mbrcatz17 - 5/8/2008
It's all part of negotiations - very similar to buying a car. NEVER take the first offer. The insurance company will try to make you settle for as little as possible... More
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