You Should Talk to an Attorney Before Signing a Release from an Insurance AdjusterMarch 10, 2018
Insurance companies know that it is common for a person who was in a collision to feel fine immediately afterward, only to notice within a few days that their neck or back hurts, or that they are much sorer than anticipated. The insurance company is likely to present you with a release, but the check that would result from signing that release may not cover all of your harms and losses.
You can’t adequately assess all of your harms and losses immediately after the collision. You may have unknown medical bills that will result from treatment of injuries you have not yet identified.
It is best to first talk to an attorney to discuss the full range of your harms and losses resulting from the accident and to determine whether the release from the insurance adjuster is appropriate. This is especially true when many attorneys offer free consultations. Watch the video to learn more.
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