When a person is injured as a result of the carelessness and negligence of somebody else, it’s perfectly natural for that victim to feel physical pain and discomfort along with financial and emotional stress. They expect that they’ll be treated fairly, but they soon learn that their perception of fairness isn’t consistent with that of the opposing insurer.
Protect Your Right to Compensation
By the time that many accident victims realize that they’re not being treated fairly, they have relinquished certain rights that they wish they had back. Arizona law doesn’t require the opposing insurer to give them back, though. It was the intention of that insurance company to gain control of the victim’s personal injury claim from the onset and that’s exactly what it did. The reason for that is because the victim failed to consult with and retain a car accident lawyer in Scottsdale, AZ, right after the accident.
Obtaining Maximum Compensation
A car accident lawyer in Scottsdale, AZ, can take control of the complex legal process involving your personal injury claim for you. Instead of painting yourself into a corner and settling for far less than the actual value of your claim, a quality personal injury lawyer will invoke your rights, protect your best interests, and endeavor to obtain the maximum compensation that you deserve for your injuries.
Don’t Give a Statement or Medical Authorization
If that opposing insurer gets to you before you have an opportunity to get to us, don’t give it any type of a written or recorded statement. Politely refuse. Under the circumstances, Arizona law doesn’t require you to give any type of statement to an opposing insurance company without an attorney being present on your behalf. Don’t provide it with a medical authorization either. By giving those, you’re relinquishing control of your case.
Contact a car accident lawyer in Scottsdale, AZ, here at Snyder & Wenner right away after being injured in any car accident by calling 602-224-0006. Let us take over control of your auto accident case for you.