Dealing with Insurance Companies
Shreveport Car Accident Lawyer Negotiating on Your Behalf
After being injured in a car accident caused by another person, you can pursue compensation for the losses you suffered by making a personal injury claim with the appropriate insurance company. Depending on your particular situation, this might be your insurance company or the insurance company of the individual whose negligence caused the accident.
Unfortunately, there are many deserving injury victims whose claims are unfairly denied by these companies, or who are offered settlements that are far below what they should be receiving. This is because the top priority of many insurance companies is to protect their own profit margins, sometimes at the expense of accident victims.
We Can Fight for You
At Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers, we use our decades of experience to protect you from being taken advantage of by these companies. When you work with our Shreveport car accident attorneys, we act as your legal advocate, dealing directly with the insurance company on your behalf to negotiate a settlement that actually meets your needs. If the insurer is not willing to make a fair offer, we are fully prepared to take your case to court.
We fight aggressively for the maximum level of payment because we know how important it is. Compensation can pay for:
- Medical expenses
- Financial support due to your inability to work
- Physical pain
- Emotional pain & suffering
If you are ready to begin fighting for full and fair compensation, contact our Shreveport car accident lawyer at your earliest convenience.
Fighting Against Low Settlements and Claim Denials
There are a number of reasons your insurance company might try to justify offering you a lower settlement amount of denying your claim altogether. There are many ways to disprove these claims and to obtain the full amount of damages you are rightfully owed. Let our strong negotiators and litigators protect your best interests. Within the past year alone, our Shreveport car wreck lawyers have already obtained many million-dollar settlements for our clients.
The company might try to do this by claiming the following:
- The other party did not actually cause the accident.
- You (the claimant) were fully or partially responsible for the accident.
- You are faking your injury.
- You are injured, but not to the level you claim to be.
- Your injury occurred through other causes not related to your accident.
- It does not cost that much to treat your injury.
Contact us for help dealing with an uncooperative insurance company after you accident!