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Houston personal injury lawyer explains insurance traps

Brian Beckcom

Brian Beckcom


Dealing with the insurance company after a wreck can be a real pain. Adjusters rush to get a statement from you, but when it comes to reimbursing your medical bills, all you get is push back and delays.

What are insurance traps?

Simply put, insurance traps are ways insurance companies act as if they’re helping you when they’re really trying to get you to do something that will ruin your claim.  We know this because we used to set those traps. We know their entire playbook. That’s why we urge you to download a copy of our guide, How to Win Your Injury Case

Insurance companies have spent millions of dollars training adjusters and lawyers how to make it sound like they’re helping you when the truth is they’re gathering evidence to hurt your claim. Their job is to save their company money, not to pay you what you’re owed. Two of the most common insurance traps are asking for medical releases and asking you to give a recorded statement. 

Companies don’t have the right to all of your health information

When it comes to your health and recovery after a wreck, the most important thing is to be honest with your doctors about your injuries. When the insurance company asks for copies of your medical records, they don’t have an automatic right to all of your protected health information. That’s why you need to consult a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after you’ve been hurt in a wreck. Here at VB Attorneys, helping you protect your personal, private information is one of the many steps we take to make sure the insurance company treats you fairly.

How insurance companies use your words against you after a wreck

Just because you want to be honest with the insurance company doesn’t mean they trust you. Insurance companies check your statements for lies and medical records to see if you’ve told your doctors something different about your injuries. We can make sure that the truth comes out so that your personal injury claim moves forward and doesn’t get caught in the insurance company’s traps.

If you’ve been injured in a wreck, give us a call us now at 877-724-7800 to see if we can help you set the record straight and get you the compensation you deserve.