I was involved in a wreck last week when a car ran a stop sign and t-boned me. The other driver who caused the wreck has insurance. The police investigated and gave the other driver a ticket. I was taken by ambulance to the hospital. The bad driver's insurance company called me on the phone and said the conversation was being recorded. They offered me $1,250 to settle my claim and they would pay for my reasonable medical bills for the next 30 days. Should I take the settlement?

No. The insurance company is playing its usual tricks. 

The insurance company knows that your medical bills from the ambulance and hospital are more than $1,250. Plus, the insurance company will get to decide if your future medical bills for the next 30 days are reasonable or not. If the insurance company denies the bills, you are responsbile for paying the bills. In addition, what if your treatment lasts longer than 30 days? You will have to pay for the medical bills. 

An experienced personal injury attorney can guide you through the process and help prevent the insurance company from trying to trick you.

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To speak with one of the experienced attorneys at VB Attorneys about your car accident, contact us now. Call us at 877-724-7800 or fill out a contact form on the website.

Curtis Bickers
Personal Injury Attorney