Accidents with uninsured motorists can be complicated. Here's what drivers should do after being in an accident with someone who's uninsured.
Get other driver’s information. Exchange insurance information
Exchange insurance information
Get contact information for witnesses
Call 9-1-1-: take note of the pólice agency that investigates the accident (city pólice, state pólice, or sheriff)
Take photographs of everything (the scene, vehicle damage, other driver´s insurace card, other driver´s license plate and driver´s license).
You are injured.
Insurance company is pushing you to settle your claim before you know the full extent of your injuries
Insurance company is being unresponsive
Insurance company is giving you low offers on your property damge
Insurance company in demanding you give a recorded statement
Smaller Caseloads: More personal attention to you case.
Close relationships with your attorney: Better understanding of your case.
Directly speaking to your attorney: Knowing the status of your case
More tailored approach to your case: better results
No outsourcing leading to extra expenses: more money in your pocket
1. Call “me”
make sure you know who “ME” is – most likely its not the guy on TV.
2. Big Numbers
These never tell the full story – every case is unique and this tactic is misleading.
3. “No Free guarantee” or “we don´t Get Paid Until You Get Paid”.
Most injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis – this is common and nothing that sets them apart.
4. “Free Consultation”
Most injury attorneys will consult with you on your case at no cost. Be wary of extra costs some firms will charge to sign you up.
5.Easy pone numbers.
Do your research and don´t blindly calla n easy number because you remember it from these flash ads