What You Should Know Before the Insurance Adjuster Calls
Injuries can completely alter the course of your life. Whether it's a car accident, slip and fall, or workplace injury, the aftermath can be overwhelming. On top of dealing with physical pain and emotional distress, you may also have to subject yourself to the insurance company's scrutiny.
Delayed Pain After an Accident
If you’ve ever been involved in a car accident, you know firsthand how startling and traumatizing it can be. You have adrenaline pumping through your body, and at the same time, you’re expected to get yourself and others to safety, assess your situation, exchange information with the other driver, while also documenting evidence for insurance claims.
Don’t Take the First Offer the Insurance Company Gives You
After most people are injured in a car accident, they watch the medical bills pile up while their paycheck stops showing up. Then, the insurance company for the negligent driver who caused the crash makes you an offer to settle your car accident claim.
What to Do If You Are Hit by a Drunk Driver
Drinking and driving is among the leading causes of traffic accidents, injuries, and fatalities in Texas and across the United States. Unfortunately, victims of drunk driving accidents are often confused about the next steps to take or how to pursue damages for their injuries.
The Dos and Don'ts After an Injury
Getting injured in an accident can be an emotional and unsettling experience. Fortunately, Texas personal injury laws allow the injured party to seek financial compensation through an injury claim or lawsuit. However, many accident victims are often uninformed about the steps to take after the accident or how to proceed with their injury claims. A skilled Texas personal injury attorney can help you understand the dos and don'ts after an injury when seeking damages.