Every day, thousands of Americans are injured in traffic accidents. Even minor injuries can cost thousands of dollars in hospital, doctor, and rehabilitation bills and serious injuries easily can cost hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars to treat. While California law requires all drivers to carry automobile insurance, the big insurance companies typically make “low ball” offers which may not even be enough to cover medical expenses. Will you know what to do to protect yourself from having to pay medical bills for an injury that was caused by someone else?
A “low ball” offer is one that is drastically less than your true damages, including reimbursement for medical expenses and lost wages, and pain and suffering. The big insurance companies make “low ball” offers hoping that you will accept it before you realize the full extent of your damages. Do NOT accept a “low ball” offer which may cover only a small fraction of your expenses and will preclude your ability to seek further compensation. Do not allow the big insurance companies to sacrifice your health for the sake of their profits! Call a San Diego auto accident attorney to protect yourself from “low ball” offers.
The first step in ensuring that you get the compensation you deserve is to call for a free initial consultation. Together, we will discuss all of the facts and circumstances of your case, including the types of compensation available to you. Do NOT trust the big insurance companies to settle your claim fairly. “Low ball” offers are routine, even though “fair claims settlement” regulations prohibit them. You need someone looking out for your rights. I know the tricks and tactics used by the big insurance companies and I can fight for maximum compensation for your injury and losses.
At Bruno & Associates, we are committed to protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients and the public while still continuing to provide the best legal services possible to every single person who needs our help. For our clients and potential clients, we offer remote video conferencing appointments and we are experimenting with new and different ways to remain available to those who need us during this crisis.
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