7 Ways You Could Ruin Your Personal Injury Claim
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Do you have questions about the defective medical device insurance investigation in Florida? Watch this video, then call Paul Boone Law.
Should I speak to the insurance company regarding my defective medical device case?
When clients come in, sometimes they’ve been contacted by the insurance company for the manufacturer of the medical device or one of the other parties whose hands have touched the medical device. They want to know whether they should talk to them. Without fail, without exception, never talk to the insurance company. They do not have your interest at heart. They have their own interest of their insured, the maker of the device or any component part of the device. They want to get information that’s going to help and protect their insured, not you. Tell them that you’re represented by us and give them our contact information.
Once they know that it is illegal for them to talk to you directly, they will call us and then we will begin the process of conversation back and forth through our office. You get out of the process, which is the best place for you to be. If this has happened in Nassau County, Duval County, or any of the surrounding areas, call us. We’ll sit down. We’ll educate you about that issue as well as all the other issues that are connected with your case. We’ll devise a plan moving forward that will be best for you.
Did you or a loved one experience an unreasonably dangerous medical device in Florida and have questions about defective medical device insurance investigation? Contact an experienced Nassau County defective medical device lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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