WHY IS THE INSURANCE COMPANY SAYING I’M AT FAULT FOR THE ACCIDENT? WHAT DO I DO NOW?
We have had cases where no matter what the police department says, the other person is ticketed for causing the accident, and the other driver’s insurance company will still say our client is at-fault or is partially at-fault. There are also cases where a driver admits to our client that they were at-fault for the accident after the accident. The next thing our client knows, the other driver changes his/her story and now that driver’s insurance company is denying liability.
Insurance companies make more money the less they have to pay out in claims, whether they should pay the money or not. Therefore it is easy to see their motivation for taking such positions even in the face of overwhelming evidence showing the other driver was at-fault.
Contact a personal injury lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected and that you are paid for all damages you are owed. It is best to do this sooner rather than later, due to: 1) we can keep the insurance company from getting a statement from you recorded that may hurt you in the future; 2) we can quickly start to investigate the accident; 3) you have serious injuries and it’s best to get liability taken care of as soon as possible.
If you have been involved in any accident call the personal injury law firm of Law Office of Steve Roberts, LLC, for a free consultation (720)515-7058.