How To Deal With Insurance Companies After A Car Accident

How To Deal With Insurance Companies After A Car Accident

We Deal With The Insurance Companies, So You Don’t Have To

Car accidents can mean hardships that you don’t deserve: not only physical injury, but also extensive bills, both medical and covering your day-to-day life. Though an insurance adjuster may offer you a check right after the accident, it is unlikely that the amount will cover all your expenses, especially any future medical treatments. It’s important to work with a lawyer who can help you understand the extent of your injuries, while pursuing maximum compensation for all your accident-related expenses.

What You Should Do After A Car Accident

After being injured in a car accident, you can be sure that one of the first people to contact you will be the insurance adjuster. Though the adjuster may act like your friend, the truth is that he or she is only looking to protect the insurance company’s bottom line. Do not speak with the adjuster or accept a check. That’s why you need a lawyer looking out for you.

Attorney Mark Rufo has been advocating for residents of New Hampshire since 1979. At our firm, we have extensive experience getting compensation for our clients and a big part of that is dealing with the insurance companies. We know how to work with them and against them as necessary to get you the financial recompense that you deserve for your suffering.

Call Us And Get Answers To Your Questions Today

You deserve to get compensation, and a personal injury lawyer can make sure you get the full amount. Call our office to get answers NOW. Our office is in Nashua, but we work with car accident victims throughout New Hampshire. Call one of our local phone numbers listed below, or reach out through our online contact form. You can’t lose by making the call.


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  • Do I have a personal injury claim or a workers’ compensation claim?
    You may have both! If you are injured at work or have developed an injury caused by repetitive stress or strain from your job, you are often eligible for workers’ compensation. But this only prevents you from suing your employer. If a third party caused the accident, you could have an additional personal injury claim against that party.
  • What if I can’t afford an attorney?
    Personal injury lawyers do not cost anything upfront. In fact, we get paid only when you do — and we receive only a percentage of the compensation we secure for you. This means that not only can you afford high-quality representation, but you know we will be fighting for the maximum possible recovery, because our own pay depends on it, too.
  • Why can’t I just accept the insurance company’s offer?
    Insurance companies make their money cheating you. Claims agents are trained to get you to agree to the lowest possible amount, so the company can continue to maximize its profit. The only way to look out for your best interests and ensure that you receive fair compensation is to seek counsel from an attorney who is experienced in standing up to these insurance companies.