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Too often an insurance company may try to get you to accept less than your claim is truly worth by using these tactics...

Recorded Statement to Make You Sound at Fault
Delay You Seeking Medical Treatment
Delaying Your Claim to Wear You Down
Offering a Quick Settlement at Fraction of Cost


Insurance companies are among the largest businesses in the United States. Many are included in the annual Fortune 500 list and their advertisements are everywhere you turn. Insurance companies are a business and they exist for one reason and only one reason: to make money for their owners, executives, employees, and shareholders.

Insurance companies make money by selling insurance policies, collecting the premiums, and investing the premiums in stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments. Like casinos, insurance companies are in the business of predicting odds and assuming risk. Every insurance policy is a calculated risk by an insurance company that over the life of the policy, the insurance company will make more in premiums than it will pay out in claims on that policy.

Unlike casinos, insurance companies get to negotiate the payout every time a covered risk happens. Every time an insurance company has to pay money because an insured driver injured someone, a worker got injured on an insured work site, an insured house burned down, or on any other claim, the insurance company wants to pay the smallest amount possible.  Every penny paid out for a claim is a penny the insurance company loses in profits.

This may be the first time in your life you are making an injury claim, but all the insurance company does all day every day is handle injury claims just like yours. While this injury may be your life, too often insurance companies view you and your claims as just numbers on a balance sheet. Their claim adjusters are trained professionals whose sole job is to handle injury claims and get them settled as quickly as possible for the smallest cost.

Too often, an insurance company may try to get you to accept less than your claim is truly worth by using these tactics:

  • Getting a recorded statement from you and trying to make it sound like you were at fault
  • Trying to get you to delay seeking necessary medical treatment so that your injuries can later be minimized or questioned
  • Trying to delay your claim in the hopes of wearing you down
  • Offering you a quick settlement for a small fraction of what your claim is actually worth

Your claim and your life are too important to leave them in at the mercy of an insurance company without having a qualified professional in your corner looking out for you. Before you speak to an insurance company representative about your claim, call us today for a free consultation, so that we can help you.

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9.7Leonid Kishinevsky
The National Trial Lawyers