After a crash, many people make the mistake of trying to navigate things on their own. You don’t want to be part of this group that misses out on compensation because your insurance company doesn’t help you the way you hope they will.
You may think that you can go through your insurance company as a sole method to get compensation. However, this thought process can lead to numerous problems, and you may face a claim denial because of the other insurance company’s dedication to protecting their profits.
Most insurance companies focus on their bottom line. They’re not trying to pay out thousands of dollars to every claimant who pursues compensation following a crash. Instead, they’ll try to find any way to deny a claim and prevent you from receiving the just outcome you deserve.
Before you think the insurance company will handle all matters on your behalf, know that they don’t always have your best interests in mind. Instead, it’s important to speak with an attorney who can help you understand your rights.
Trying to handle a claim on your own or with solely your insurance company sets you up for potential issues. You may miss the details and deadlines that are crucial to your outcome. For instance, you may miss the statute of limitations regarding how long you have to file a claim, and the insurance company won’t always provide a reminder of this timeline.
Having a lawyer keeps you up to date regarding timelines and accuracy regarding paperwork. You can avoid some of the common pitfalls people encounter after a crash that prevents them from moving forward with the legal process.
Our Houston car accident attorneys at Daspit Law are here to help you through the challenging aspects of filing a claim. Don’t rely on an insurance company that puts profits ahead of policyholders. We’ll be here to help you right the wrongs you encounter.
All too often, accident victims are steamrolled by insurance companies determined to minimize or deny their claims. Don't let this happen to you. Hire us to fight for the compensation you deserve.