Last year, 16,000 San Diegans were hurt in auto accidents. As a result, they will incur medical bills and some will lose income. The insurance companies rarely (if ever) do the right thing. Getting the other driver’s insurance to pay your claim can be difficult, especially if you don’t know the claims process and how to avoid the dirty tricks played by most big insurance companies. Hiring an experienced accident attorney forces the big insurance companies to treat you fairly.
The following resources and information may be helpful to those who have been injured in a motor vehicle, motorcycle or other accident. Please click any of the links below to learn more. If you would like to discuss your case with me, please call The Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C. any time at 888-278-6688.
Contact me today for a no pressure consultation — over the phone or in person. I’ll speak with you personally. I have over 24 years of experience and I will fight the big insurance companies to ensure that you receive every penny of compensation you deserve.
A 1995 Allstate training manual instructed claims adjusters to say there was no need to hire an attorney, but what Allstate didn’t tell you is that those who hired an attorney received more than twice as much as those who dealt directly with the insurance company. The Insurance Research Council and the American Association for Justice agree.
A Research Council study showed that while only 47% of all claimants were represented by experienced injury attorneys, they received nearly 80% of the money paid out for claims! The other 53% of injured persons were NOT compensated fairly by the insurance companies because they didn’t know what they were entitled to and how to get it.
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