7 Ways You Could Ruin Your Personal Injury Claim
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Should I speak to the insurance company after a motorcycle accident?
People often ask if they should talk to the insurance company. There are two answers, yes and no, depending upon which insurance company it is. With your own insurance company, the answer is yes. In a motorcycle case, many times you’ll be covered under a policy. You have a duty to cooperate. You want to cooperate with your own insurance company. They will want to take a statement from you, so give them a statement. They’ll send you a good deal of information, either online or through the mail, that you’ll have to complete, too. You’ll want to do that because that provides the basis for getting your medical bills paid and getting your wages paid partially. So, yes, talk to your own insurance company.
Beyond that, the answer is no. In our first meeting, we always tell clients to forward all queries from the other side’s insurance company to us. Once the insurance representative knows that you are represented by a lawyer, it is illegal for them to talk to you. They know that, and all the information will come and go through our office at that point. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident in the Duval County or Nassau County areas, give us a call. We’ll sit down and go over your case and give you good direction. We’ll figure out a road map of how best to help you.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash in Florida and have questions about motorcycle accident insurance investigation? Contact an experienced Nassau County motorcycle accident lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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