In Minnesota, no-fault auto accident and truck accident claims are very common. If you have been hurt in an accident, you may be confused about your rights and what would constitute a fair and full settlement. Before speaking with the insurance companies, undergoing an "independent" medical examination or signing any statements, it is important to speak to an attorney.
Whose Side Is The Insurance Company Really On?
It is easy for insurance companies to be loyal when their customers pay their premiums for years without making claims. When they are looking at paying out claims, however, the relationship becomes adversarial. As you pursue your no-fault claim, you need to be extremely careful not to say anything or sign anything that can be used against you. Talk to a lawyer before talking to your insurance company.
In most cases, the insurance company will look to cut off your no-fault benefits as soon as possible. In some instances, it will send you lots of forms to get you to allow it unrestricted access to your medical records, which it will use to undermine your injury claim. If we cannot reach an amicable settlement with your insurance company, we will take the insurer before a judge and negotiate in court.
Without Help, You May Struggle To Pay Medical Expenses
At the Law Offices of Robert N. Edwards in Anoka, attorney Bob Edwards has been helping injury victims maximize their claims for more than 30 years. He can help you pursue compensation for economic and noneconomic damages such as medical expenses, disability and income loss benefits, replacement services and loss.
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A Certified Civil Trial specialist, Anoka no-fault insurance attorney Bob Edwards understands how to maximize the value of a claim. Call for a free consultation or request your complimentary appointment online.