7 Ways You Could Ruin Your Personal Injury Claim
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Should I speak to the insurance company after a slip and fall accident?
There are two answers to this question. When you’ve been hurt in a slip and fall case in northeast Florida in Duval Count and Nassau County, report it to your insurance. If you have health insurance, report it to them. Yes, talk to them. They will want to know what happened. You have a responsibility to cooperate with your own insurance company, so yes. When it comes to the other side of the case, however, no, do not talk to the insurance company, or the store, the shop, or the business. You are on their turf. You are not on your own. They are the experts. They do not have your interest at heart. They have their insured’s interest, meaning the storeowner, the business owner. They will do you no favors, so do not talk to them.
In fact, in the initial conferences with our clients, we always tell clients to have the insurance company for the other side contact us. At that point, it is illegal for the representative to call you. Then they call me and the information to and from comes through my office, which is the way it should be. Yes and no, your own insurance company, talk to them, cooperate with them, otherwise, no. If you get hurt on somebody’s property slipping and falling, tripping and falling, Duval County, Nassau County, call us. We’ll sit down. We’ll go over your case and see how best we can help you. Thank you.
Were you or a loved one severely injured in a trip and fall in Florida and have questions about slip and fall insurance investigation? Contact an experienced Nassau County slip and fall lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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