After a Car Accident, Who Can Help Me?

Can I trust my insurance adjuster after a car accident?

At some point during your life, you or someone you love may be involved in a serious motor vehicle accident. It may feel as if your life has been turned upside down because of the doctor appointments, rearranged work schedules and resulting paperwork, not to mention the pain of your injuries.

During the hectic and often confusing recovery period, many people mistakenly believe that their insurance company — or the insurance company of the at-fault driver — will take care of them after a car accident. Unfortunately, that is not the case.

Assisting car accident victims and their families from two office locations in Coral Springs and Boca Raton.

Why You Should Not Trust an Insurance Adjuster

Insurance companies and their adjusters are in the business of making money. They love collecting your annual premiums — and don’t you dare make a late payment. However, when it comes to paying you what you are owed, they will try every way possible to pay you as little as they can get away with.

At the Florida law firm of Heller & Heller, P.A., our car accident lawyers see all the tricks insurers play. Some common ways insurance companies avoid paying benefits to car accident victims include:

  • Denying coverage
  • Claiming the victims were responsible for the accidents
  • Demanding more and more paperwork
  • Making lowball settlement offers

We often talk to people just like you who receive settlement offers before they even know the full extent of their injuries. Many denials for benefits are based on false information or bad faith tactics.

Don’t Accept Any Offers Without Talking to an Attorney for Free

You are under no obligation to hire our firm by meeting with one of our lawyers. We simply want you to get all of the medical treatment and benefits you deserve from your accident.

To schedule your free consultation, call us at 954-340-0037 or send us an email. All personal injury accident claims are handled on a contingency basis. This means you pay no attorney fees unless you win.